I will answer this question in three parts.
First, one of my professors, who happened to be my faculty chair, became more than a mere educator. He invaluably assisted in my spiritual, ministerial and academic growth.
By: Thomas West
Last spring, I completed my 9 years of training at Southeastern Seminary (I reflected on my experience for the Intersect Project here). Southeastern taught me the importance of integration. Anyone who has read a syllabus at SEBTS knows that theological integration is one of the core competencies that every course is taught in view of.
By: Josh Miller
My name is Josh Miller and I graduated in December of 2016 with my Master of Divinity in Christian Ministry. I currently serve as the pastor of ministry training at The Summit Church in Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina, where I oversee all that we do to train men and women who feel called to vocational ministry.
By: Brian Goodwin
Studying at Southeastern Seminary flipped my world upside down, it stretched me to my emotional, mental and spiritual limits and it caused me to move my family halfway around the world. And you know what? If we could go back and do it all again, we wouldn’t have it any other way.