Don’t waste your time in Louisville. Commit yourself to proclaiming Christ to unbelievers.
Life-long training through short-term missions that advance the gospel in cross-cultural contexts.
Planting a new church is a tenacious work that requires careful training. Are you equipped?
We are relentless in evangelism because Jesus seeks and saves the lost. Here at Southern you will be able to do ministry while you train for ministry. Southern has long standing relationships with many ministries in the city of Louisville. There are many opportunities to preach, speak, counsel, and minister to those who are in need of truth.
Effectiveness on the mission field begins with thoroughness in the classroom.
What sets Southern Seminary apart from many other seminaries is the theological acumen and field experience that characterizes so many of our professors. Here you will not only receive accurate biblical instruction, but learn from those whose example and influence is forged in the very fire of missions.
Professors will lead the way, extending your classroom training to the mission field. Our short-term teams are designed to advance strategic missions while learning.
Whether you want to spend a few weeks, a semester, or the rest of your life overseas, the Bevin Center is at Southern to help students connect with the International Mission Board.
Planting a new church is a tenacious work that requires careful training. Those called to plant a church will gain critical experience by being alongside skilled church planters and serving in the “living laboratory” of local churches. Experienced pastors will join with you to help set your theological education in action.
Three times each semester, the Bevin Center hosts Church Planting 101, free lunch events for those interested in church planting to dialogue with planters in the trenches.
Dithson Noel is strategically placed on campus to help connect aspiring church planters or church plant team members with the North American Mission Board.
The Bevin Center was opened on October 9th, 2012 in honor of Brittiney Bevin; a 17-year old who tragically died in a car accident in front of the seminary. Matthew and Glenna Bevin provided an endowment to fund the center for the advancement of the gospel amongst the nation and nations.
The night before she died, Brittiney Bevin wrote this prayer in her journal.
“You hold the only peace that can fill the deepest hole. But how do I get it? You said, ‘Ask and you shall receive.’ I am asking and I know that you will give it to me. Every week you bless me so much and teach me lessons after lessons. I know that once again you are showing me your love. I can’t fathom how much you feel when one of your children suffers, but I’ve had a glimpse of your heartache. Please fill me with your wisdom that I won’t just watch others suffer, but that I’ll be able to say what they need to hear. As a new week approaches, my dangerous prayer is that you’ll place broken hearted people in my path and fill me with you so that I can let your love heal their pain.”