At Southwestern, the world is our campus.
At the dawn of the Reformation in 16th-century Europe, a band of believers sought to pattern their lives, their theology, and their churches after the Bible, even at the cost of their lives.
Deep in the thorny thickets of Southern Madagascar, Southwesterners have embraced the challenge to reach the Antandroy people with the light of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Arguably the most significant archaeological manuscript discovery of modern times, the Dead Sea Scrolls have amazed Christians, Jews, and others for 65 years.
The Winter 2012 issue of Southwestern News introduces our readers to the MacGorman Chapel of Southwestern Seminary.
When the apostle Paul received the vision to bring the Gospel to Macedonia, he ventured on a pioneer church planting movement throughout modern-day Greece. Today, the call to reach those in this region continues to beckon Southern Baptist missionaries and Southwestern graduates.
From coast to coast, Southwestern students andfaculty traveled to churches across this nation to preach the Word during springbreak revivals.
Southwestern trains men and women to engage people of all ages with the Gospel and equip them to be devoted followers of Christ.
Men represent one of the greatest mission fields in the United States. The church must define biblical manhood and reach men with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, the ultimate Man.
The College at Southwestern equips the leaders of tomorrow with a truth worth knowing, a truth worth defending, and a truth worth sharing.
From the East African bush to the western frontier, Southwestern students are some of the greatest students in the world, telling the greatest story in the world.