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.
My most formative experience during my time at Southeastern that has impacted my current ministry context is sitting in classes to study books of the Bible. Above and beyond being a mere seminary student, I was challenged in these classes to be a student of Christ.
The most formative experience during my time at Southeastern involved me having to do two practical experiences for my seminary classes. In one of my seminary classes, we had to have hours of volunteer experience in the church setting.
The most formative experience? Wow, that is tough, because there were so many. I’ll mention two particular things. I’m not sure I would call them experiences, but they were instances the Lord used to remind me of key truths about him, and I have recalled these lessons well in the years since.
During my time at Southeastern, my wife and I loss our first child. She was stillborn at 39 weeks. My wife was going into labor as we found out.
I think my most formative experience during my time at Southeastern was from the then- chair of the Christian Education department, Dr. Edward Buchanan.
My name is Dale. I began studying at SEBTS right out of high school in 2011. I was uncertain as to a career/ministry path, but I knew I wanted a strong foundation in biblical studies. I chose to pursue a B.A. in music and Christian studies.
After serving with the International Mission Board for three years in Bangladesh, South Asia, my family and I returned to our local church in Raleigh, Treasuring Christ Church, where I’m now the international church planting resident.
By Robert Williams
I am currently serving as the pastor of biblical soul care at Harvest Bible Chapel (HBC) in the Chicagoland. I work on three campuses in Elgin, Aurora and Crystal Lake. I provide biblical counseling to the people of Harvest Bible Chapel as well as train and equip lay counselors and small group leaders to care for God's people.
by Justin Perry
In May 2009, our family was sent out of North Wake Church with the hopes of planting a local church in Tampa, Florida.