By: Freddy Cardoza
I'll never forget staring out my dorm window, watching the wall around the Southeastern campus being rebuilt, brick by brick. Each day, I'd watch as it was masterfully and painstakingly done by a fellow SEBTS student.
By: Michael Guyer
My name is Michael Guyer. I am currently working on my Ph.D. dissertation in biblical studies. I graduated with an M.Div. in advance biblical studies in 2012. I am married to my wife Emily of six years and we have a three-year-old daughter. I serve as the minister to students at Open Door Church in Raleigh, North Carolina.
By: Pamela Moore
Hi everyone. I am so glad to be able to connect with SEBTS faculty and alumni through this new network. I graduated in 2013 with an M.A. in biblical counseling. Since graduation, I have served in churches as a volunteer counselor of women and girls.
By: David Stark
How and where you are serving:
From September 2013-May 31, 2017, I served as the director for Faulkner University online. As of June 1, I became the Winnie and Cecil May Jr. Biblical Research Fellow at Faulkner’s Kearley Graduate School of Theology.
By: Keith Marriner
Currently I serve as executive editor of One Accord Resources and adjunct professor in the School of Christian Ministries at Emmanuel College, both of which are in Franklin Springs, Georgia.
By: Bekah Stoneking
My name is Bekah Stoneking. I graduated from SEBTS in 2013 with my MAIS and plan to graduate with my Ed.D. within the next year. In September 2016, I moved to Nashville, Tennessee and joined the LifeWay Kids team as a content editor for “Explore the Bible” for kids.
By: Brian McKinney
My journey of full-time ministry started in the summer of 2006 when God called me to attend Southeastern to earn my M.Div. in Christian Ministry. In May 2009, I completed my degree and started searching for associate pastor positions even though I wasn’t exactly sure what God was calling me to do; however, thanks to the provisions of God putting Dr. Coley into my life, I was able to realize my call was to stick with education as I had been serving as a teacher and administrator since 1995.
By: Martin Sheldon
My name is Martin Sheldon. I graduated from SEBTS with a Ph.D. in Biblical Studies in December 2012. I have been a college professor and administrator at Liberty University since 2003.
By: David Rathel
I am pleased to update my Southeastern Seminary family on my current ministry status. I have great affection for SEBTS, and I count the years that I spent there as some of my most formative.