We are Going
planting a missions minded church
Andrew Hopper desires to make disciples that make disciples. Hopper is a graduate of Southeastern and the lead pastor of Mercy Hill Church in Greensboro, North Carolina. He hopes to reach his city with the gospel so that they will in turn be sent out for the glory of God. He prays his church will be missions-minded and models that for his congregation and his family by going overseas every year.
loving boldly to reach the nations
London is an incredibly diverse city, and people are coming from all over the world to live there. God is moving many muslims to the city, and one Southeastern 2+2 family has been seeking to love that community for the last two years. They recognize what an incredible opportunity this is to reach people who otherwise may never have heard the gospel. "They need the gospel. And we're here, and we have the gospel. So let's give it to them as boldly and as lovingly as we can."
caring for orphans in their distress
Several Southeastern families are finding ways to care for orphans and show the world a picture of what Christ has done for his children. Dr. Tony Merida and Alumni Justin and Rachel White and Chip and Ginny Perkins share their stories of adoption and the hope they have for their children to become disciple-makers. Southeastern seminary wife Megan Calhoun hopes to adopt eventually, but for now has found a unique way to support families currently adopting.
playing baseball to preach the gospel
Matthew Hodges and Joel Harford desire to reach their city for Christ. Both are students at Southeastern and members of First Baptist Church of Durham, N.C., which is located in the heart of the urban center. They play baseball weekly at a nearby section 8 housing community, Liberty Street Apartments, regularly sharing the gospel and applying it to the lives of the young men they are getting to know.
meeting needs to save lives
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