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At Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary the Great Commission infuses classrooms, captivates hearts, and undergirds every decision.
Thanks to the generous support of Southern Baptists, since 1950 men and women studying at Southeastern have been trained to be effective missionaries in every context. Christ's commands — go, teach, baptize — are obeyed in countless different ways by thousands of alumni, students, faculty, and staff.
Southeastern Seminary seeks to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ by equipping students to serve the Church and fulfill the Great Commission. Its more than forty different undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate degree programs mean students are being trained for Kingdom service in numerous fields — pastoral ministry, counseling, international and domestic church planting, apologetics, discipleship, music, research, student and collegiate ministry, ...
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary is a relatively young school with a singular goal of seeking to glorify Christ by equipping men and women to serve the church and fulfill the Great Commission.
The Wake Forest, North Carolina, seminary has been a strong force in the development of Great Commission-minded ministers since its founding in 1950. Today, the institution stands poised and ready to continue taking the Gospel message to people across the nation and across the world.
Where It Is Now
When Daniel Akin became the sixth president of Southeastern in January of 2004, he continued to lead the growing Southern Baptist seminary in becoming a force for God by training up men and women, just as his predecessors had done.
In the fall of 2007, during the Building Bridges Conference in Ridgecrest, North Carolina, Akin addressed the need for Southeastern, and for the Southern Baptist Convention as a w...