At Southeastern Bible College, Chapel seeks to provide opportunities for exposure to various forms of worship, conferences such as the Legacy Bible Conference and Missions Conference, different speakers and ideas with the intention of affirming our common commitments. Chapel is required of all students taking 6 or more course hours.
Mondays and Wednesdays
10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Spiritual Formation is a phrase we use often, but what does it mean and how does it happen? At Southeastern Bible College we believe spiritual formation primarily happens as the Holy Spirit shapes a student into the image of Christ. This means that spiritual formation is a process that cannot be determined by merely looking at outward appearances. We do not determine spiritual growth by external behavior modification, but we focus on an inward modification of the heart. We believe that by engaging in God’s Word and engaging the Southeastern Bible College community, that inward change will happen and spiritual growth will result.
Service Learning supports the mission of Southeastern Bible College by providing a practical opportunity to apply classroom knowledge in real-world situations, to develop skills which will help meet career goals and to serve other people. Students participating in Service Learning positions will faithfully serve their chosen ministry throughout the semester. Participation in this program requires a minimum of 3 hours a week for 13 weeks in a single semester at the ministry.
Students are expected to approach the ministry/volunteer position with an enthusiastic, teachable spirit. To begin a Service Learning position in your chosen ministry, complete the Service Learning Plan Form and send it back to the Student Life Department at Southeastern Bible College. Mid-semester and end of semester self and supervisor assessments are required to complete the Service Learning Program.