Do you want your life to make an impact? Is God calling you to something more? We want to walk with you in the calling God is giving you. Celebrate Church in partnership with Southeastern University offers a unique education and learning experience.

Southeastern University in Lakeland, Florida offers excellent faith-based college academics, hands-on ministry training, and a Christ-centered community all for an affordable price. SEU has partnered with Celebrate Church to host an instructional site on our church campus.

EDUCATION OPTIONS

Degree Options:

    • Associate of Arts in General Education
    • Associate in Ministerial Leadership
    • Bachelor of Science in Ministerial Leadership
      • Biblical Studies Track
      • Christian Ministry Track
      • Pastoral Care and Counseling Track
      • Worship Ministry Track
    • ONLINE PROGRAMS:
      • Bachelor of Science in Business and Professional Leadership
      • Bachelor of Science in Digital Media & Design

Certificate in Biblical Studies:

    • Six classes
    • Non-degree
    • Each class = three credits
    • $299 per class

Non-credit Option:

    • Six class options
    • Take one or all
    • No assignments, grades, or credit
    • $80 per class

CLASS OFFERINGS

(Certificate & Non-credit)

 

Each class is eight weeks (Tuesday nights from 6:30-9:30pm). The classes will be taught by Dr. Keith Loy and other highly qualified leaders/teachers as directed. Also available via livestream for those at a distance.

CURRENTLY REGISTERING FOR

HOLISTIC DISCIPLEMAKING
August 31 – October 19, 2021
This course explores biblical and practical methods of helping people find Christ, integrate into the life of the local church, and grow to spiritual maturity.

UPCOMING CLASSES

EVANGELISM & MISSION
January 18 – March 8, 2022
This course will study the major methods of evangelism through the history of the church and focus on skills that can be developed to become an effective and relevant witness for Christ in this generation.

PAULINE LITERATURE
March 15 – May 3, 2022
This course examines literature that is attributed to Paul, considering Pauline authorship, major themes, commonalities and differences in the writings, and influence upon the development of the church during the first century. Particular attention will be given to Paul’s use of narrative to express theological truth and its historical correlations.

INTRODUCTION TO THE NEW TESTAMENT
FALL 2022

INTRODUCTION TO THE OLD TESTAMENT
SPRING 2023

CHRISTIAN THOUGHT & PRACTICE
SPRING 2023

QUESTIONS?