Introducing Phillis Wheatley {Black History Month}

In light of Black History Month, Walter Strickland, Professor of Theology, acquaints us with Phillis Wheatley Black History Month is an excellent time to be introduced to new literary, theological, and political figures.  I’d like to acquaint you with a young poet who lived in the second half of the 1700’s by the name of Phillis

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Identity Theft {Black History Month}

February is Black History Month! We are excited to hear from Beverly Headen and be encouraged about our identity in Christ.  Identity Theft  Everyday someone or something in our culture is attempting to steal our true identity.  I grew up in rural North Carolina, the eldest of three girls, raised by a single mom. Looking

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A Challenge {Black History Month}

“You are the light of the world.  A city on a hill cannot be hidden.  Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a bowl.  Instead they put it on its stand, and it gives light to everyone in the house.  In the same way, let your light shine before men, that they

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Song {Black History Month}

For the month of February, Walking Worthy will be dedicated to the celebration of Black History Month. We have loved the Casual Conversations and intentional emphasis that Southeastern has devoted to diversity on our campus and in our churches. This month, we will continue the discussion with posts from students and faculty. In today’s post, Mrs. Faye Dunbar

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Spoken Word {Black History Month}

For the month of February, Walking Worthy will be dedicated to the celebration of Black History Month.    We have loved the Casual Conversations and intentional emphasis that Southeastern has devoted to diversity on our campus and in our churches. This month, we will continue the discussion with posts from students and faculty.  We serve the incredible

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