Southeastern’s Center for Great Commission Studies maintains its own blog, which is full of great articles and resources for students and friends interested in fulfilling the Great Commission. Here’s a recap of their top posts in March.
In the coming weeks Greg Mathias, Associate Director of the Center for Great Commission Studies, and Sam Morris, Electronic Marketing Specialist at SEBTS, will discuss the links between the Great Commission and social media. Here’s an excerpt of their first post:
Thanks to social media, news and events move at a break-neck speed. Think of the Arab Spring, Ferguson, or other current events and movements in which Twitter, Facebook, and other social media connections caused a tipping point of awareness and engagement. We are in a new age of communication, the digimodern age according to Alan Kirby, where social media is often the kindling of a growing fire.
In light of these cultural shifts, Electronic Marketing Specialist at SEBTS, Sam Morris and I began a conversation on The Great Commission and the Digimodern Age. Involvement in missions means you care about areas like communication, contextualization, and culture. Sam and I feel this conversation is one that needs more attention. Over the next few months, we hope to unpack the various questions and layers of this topic.
Read the full post and join the conversation.
Southeastern’s Center for Great Commission Studies has an exciting opportunity for those gifted and equipped to teach ESL. Check out this excerpt of their most recent post:
Do you enjoy teaching, serving overseas and linking up with people already on the ground? We along with one of our SEBTS families living in East Asia want to make you aware of an opportunity to do these things.
Bei Hang University High School, previously had a relationship with Cedarville College— during that time Cedarville would provide English teachers for this high school, however their relationship ended a year ago and the high school is now looking for 4 new Oral English Teachers.