"This Week on the Hill" is a weekly roundup of campus news, announcements, and events from Southwestern Seminary and Scarborough College.
Grab a cup of coffee and enjoy music presented by Abraham Prado in the Coffee Shop in the Naylor Student Center. $1 off coffee with coupons provided at the event.
Coke, volleyball and laser tag. It's a weekend on campus you don't want to miss. Make plans now to attend - hang out with friends, relax, have fun! Here are the details:
Fall 2021 Course Schedule Posted!
Class schedules are posted for Fall 2021! Visit swbts.edu/register to see the list of available classes and begin planning your schedule. *Enrollment opens for all sessions on April 19.
Preview Day - April 16 & April 17
Spring Preview Day is coming soon! If you know someone looking for an excellent place to study, invite them to this event for a chance to explore everything Southwestern Seminary and Scarborough College have to offer.
Audition Day for Prospective Students
If you know prospective students interested in the School of Church Music and Worship, encourage them to register for an audition for our ministry-based ensembles, graduate assistantships, and scholarships while they are on campus for Preview Day on April 16 or 17. Attend Preview Day and audition at the same time! Share the following link for application and registration information.
Bringing the Word of God in Chapel this week will be Matthew McKellar, professor of preaching at Southwestern Seminary. Join us on campus in MacGorman Chapel on Wednesday at 10am, or watch online at swbts.live.
Ministry Now with Ted Cabal
Last week on Ministry Now, Ted Cabal, professor of philosophy of religion, discusses apologetics, doubt, and cultural theories.
Ministry Now is a resource from the faculty of Southwestern Seminary, helping you live your calling in an ever-changing ministry landscape.
World Missions Center highlights Great Commission opportunities in South Asia
During its spring Global Missions Week, March 22-25, the World Missions Center (WMC) at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary hosted workers from the International Mission Board’s South Asia affinity team to share stories of how God is working in the region as well as to connect students with opportunities to reach people with the Gospel.
Among the events during the weeklong emphasis was the Going Global Luncheon, March 24, during which IMB personnel gave an overview of the missionary task available to every Christian.
“Every believer must find their role in the Great Commission and in that missionary task of fulfilling that Great Commission Christ gave 2,000 years ago to all disciples that would follow,” said one IMB representative. Due to security reasons, none of the workers can be identified. “As followers of Christ, we hope that you would consider your role in that.”
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Christians called to discover their role in God’s story, Wellman preaches
God is telling a grand story and Christians are invited to find their role in that story, said Jared Wellman, lead pastor of Tate Springs Baptist Church in Arlington, Texas, during his chapel sermon at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, March 31.
“God is a sovereign storyteller who is inviting us into the greatest story ever told,” Wellman said.
Wellman is a current Ph.D. student in Southwestern Seminary’s Roy J. Fish School of Evangelism and Missions. He also serves as a trustee of the Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee.
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