the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

Events

Church Planting Round Table

CPR_Generic Friday, November 21  •  Noon  – 1:30pm •  Library Basement

Are you planting a church, replanting,  or training to deploy in a similar capacity? Join us for lunch and dialogue as you engage with other church planters and pastors.

Great Commission Race

The Great Commission Race BannerSaturday, October 18  •  8am•  SBTS

Join us on October 18 for a great race, live music, family activities, prizes, and more- all in support of our student missionaries! Proceeds benefit SBTS students involved in Great Commission ministry around the world.

Global Connections

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Friday, October 3  •  Noon-1pm  •  Library Basement 

Global Connections is your link between the classroom and the mission field. You will hear from and interact with seasoned missionary practitioners, some who are currently engaged in hands-on ministry among internationals overseas, and others in Louisville. RSVP below and plan to come for a free lunch, practical information, resources and preparation for international mission service today and tomorrow.  

1937 Project

Saturday, April 26  •  8 am - 12 pm  •  Heritage Hall

The 1937 Project is an outreach project in which the entire seminary community comes together for one day to serve the city of Louisville through acts of service and evangelism.  On April 26, 2014, The 1937 Project volunteers will flood the streets of Louisville performing acts of service and sharing their faith throughout the city.  For more information and to sign up, click here.

 



Previous Events

CP 101: Plant or Revive?

BC-549-2014 Church Planting Panel Discussion SlideAre you called to church planting or church revitalization? Are you prepared?

Join us for a free lunch and a panel discussion with Aaron Coe, the Vice President of Mobilization and Marketing of the North American Mission Board. Coe will be with us in Thursday’s chapel and then join with Aaron Harvie, Dr. Jeff Walters, and Jim Stitzinger to discuss the current trends and challenges of starting a church or revitalizing one.

October 2 – Legacy 303

12:15 pm – Free Chick-fil-A lunch for the first 100 people

12:30-1:30 pm – CP 101: Plant or Revive?
Church Planting and Church Revitalization Panel Discussion with Aaron Coe

Operation: Preach the Word – Fall 2014

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Op: Preach

The goal of Christian preaching is nothing less than the glory of God in the Christlikeness of his people.

The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary is launching a one-day initiative called “Operation: Preach the Word.”  The goal is to serve the churches of the Kentucky Baptist Convention by sending out its best trained seminarians on September 28th to “Preach the Word.”

All across Kentucky, the churches of the KBC proclaim the Word of God from their pulpit and support the work of God through the Cooperative Program. The sacrificial giving of each church to the Cooperative Program is then invested in the seminary training of the next generation of church leaders. When a church participates in “Operation: Preach the Word,” they will see firsthand how their investments in the Cooperative Program are used to train and equip those who have been called into ministry.

Professor Plunge

Thursday, April 17 – 3:20-5:00pm – Seminary Lawn

A special thanks to our supporting profs who took the plunge for student missions: Peter Gentry, Eric Johnson, Jeff Walters, Rob Plummer, and Jim Hamilton.

Church Planting & Catholicism

image002Thursday, February 20  •  Noon •  Heritage Hall

*You can listen to audio from the event here.

An Evening With An Astronaut

Click Here to see Colonel Williams’ pictures from space! Click Here to listen to the audio recording from the night

About the Speaker

Colonel Jeffrey Williams (U.S. Army, Ret.) Jeff Williams received his commission as a second lieutenant from the U.S. Military Academy in 1980 and served over 27 years in the Army.  He has advanced degrees in aeronautical engineering and national security and is a graduate of the Naval Test Pilot School. In 1996 he began his career as a NASA astronaut and continues today in that service.  Over the past 17 years, Colonel Williams flew one 10-day Space Shuttle mission and two Russian Soyuz missions, each for approximately six-month stays on board the International Space Station (ISS), in positions of flight engineer and commander.  To date, Williams has logged more than 362 days in space and more than 19 hours in three spacewalks.  He is currently preparing for another Soyuz flight to the ISS in 2016 for another six-month stay. Jeff serves the Lord as a lay leader and Bible teacher in his local church.  His coffee-table-style book, The Work of His Hands, was published in 2010 and features a collection of his photographs from space paired with his observations of his experience during the 2006 stay on ISS.  He and his wife, Anna-Marie, live near Houston, Texas and have two grown sons and three grandchildren.

That the man of God may be perfect, throughly furnished unto all good works.