This year’s Southeastern Classic golf tournament raised more than $120,000 for student scholarships for Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary students.
“This tournament is a unique event in terms of its longevity, its size and its impact,” noted Drew Davis, director of the seminary’s financial and alumni development. “We are thrilled and excited to share with the golfers all that God is doing at Southeastern, which is made possible in part through their generous support of this event.
“Our goal in hosting this annual tournament is not only to raise money to support the mission-critical needs of the seminary, but also to encourage and invite men and women into Southeastern’s mission of equipping students to serve the Church and fulfill the Great Commission.”
For more information about the tournament visit sebts.edu/classic.
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EDITOR’S NOTE — This story was written by Chad Burchett and originally published Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.