Seminary Courses for 2018

Seminary Courses for 2018

The Equip Network seeks to empower local churches and ministry organizations to take an active role in the theological education of their students.

With our partnership with Southeastern, a degree-seeking student will be able to earn up to 36 hours of practical graduate-level, seminary (through Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary) or collegiate credits (through the College at Southeastern) and practical ministry experience.

While a student cannot fulfill all degree requirements at Rocky Creek, we will serve as a satellite campus where students can receive a significant portion of any graduate or undergraduate degree through Southeastern.

Here are our courses available for 2018.

2018 Courses

Personal Discipleship is our Spring course.  All are welcome to attend.  For those seeking credit, it matches this course’s requirements: Personal Discipleship and Disciplemaking Practicum (EVA 6611).
In the summer months, all are welcome to come to the course entitled “Be the Church.”  It fulfills the requirement for Developing a Church Planting Methodology Practicum (MIS6551).
Our Fall 2018 course is entitled “Teach the Word.”  It fulfills the requirement for Bible Exposition II: Communication and Delivery (PRS 6501).
During any semester, any college student can apply for a ministry internship or a seminary student can receive credit for a mentored internship through the course Mentored Internship (PMN7900).
In addition, we have already taught Hermeneutics and the course can be taken through an online hybrid format.  The course is Bible Exposition I: Hermeneutics and Preparation Practicum (PRS 6101).

Need-to-Know

  1. While all church members can audit these courses with no registration or fees required, those who are degree-seeking must enroll with Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.  You can apply here.
  2. For those with a bachelor’s degree, you can apply to Southeastern for a master’s degree in seminary.  There are many options of degrees that this program works well with but for other options, you will need to contact the seminary directly.
  3. For those seeking or currently in the process of earning a bachelor’s degree, you can dual enroll in your school and the College at Southeastern so that these courses can count towards your degree requirement.
  4. In addition to applying to Southeastern, we need your declaration of intent with the church.  You can fill out the simple form for more information below.
  5. The primary meeting time will be on Sundays at 6PM in the Fellowship Hall.
  6. Each course will have the syllabus available at least 4 weeks ahead of the first class period.
For those who are seeking a ministry position, missionary assignment, or further theological education, we pray we can help equip you for the work of the ministry (Eph. 4:12).

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