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More than 2.2 billion people live in countries where religious liberties are declining.
One-fifth of the U.S. public — and a third of adults under 30 — are religiously unaffiliated today.
Number of people who live in a people group with no gospel witness at all.
Every dollar given to the Southern Fund is a dollar that a student will not have to pay in tuition and fees. To find out more about the Southern Fund and the critical role it plays in furthering the mission and ministry of Southern, please click HERE.
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Some of the most important gifts to Southern Seminary are those given in perpetuity. Planned gifts to Southern provide the foundation for financial stability and academic excellence for generations to come. For more information about Planned Giving simply click the button below.
All unrestricted gifts are directed toward the Southern Fund to be used where they are needed most. This type of giving is critical to keep the cost of tuition affordable to all our students.
Endowed Faculty Chair
Establishing or completing a previously established endowed faculty chair ensures Southern will be able to recruit and retain a world-class faculty.
Endowed Ministry or Missions Center
Establishing an endowed Ministry or Missions Center allows Southern students to gain valuable ministry experience in the local church and mission fields of the world.
Endowed Student Scholarship
Establishing a student scholarship in honor of a loved one is a lasting way to honor their memory and benefit specific students as they prepare for gospel ministry.
Southern has been blessed with an exceptional campus and facilities. Capital gifts provide financial resources to expand, enhance, and repurpose facilities for more effective use.
For more info about any of these giving opportunities or other opportunities not listed here, please contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (502) 897-4700.
For many students, the decision to train for ministry is a decision to leave behind financial security. This is a necessary sacrifice as they seek to fulfill God’s call on their lives. Many years ago, a group of people came alongside Seminary with the goal of supporting its mission and students. These people are known as the Southern Seminary Foundation. You can find out more about Southern Seminary and the Foundation by clicking HERE.
The Leadership Briefing luncheons provide the opportunity for business leaders from around the city to gather and hear from distinguished speakers such as Hugh Hewitt, Scott Pruitt, R. Albert Mohler, Jr., and others on leadership principles. Our next Leadership Briefing will be held this fall on the campus of Southern. For more information you can contact our event coordinator at email@example.com.
Click HERE to hear an audio recording of the most recent Leadership Briefing speaker.
The 4th Annual Aiming High Sporting Clay Shoot will be held on May 26th, 2017 at the Jefferson Gun Club in Brooks, KY. Enjoy top-flight recreation, silent auction, awards, and lunch. All funds raised will go toward the Southern Seminary Annual Fund which helps offset student tuition rates and prepare future pastors and missionaries for gospel ministry.
The Heritage Classic is unlike any tournament you have ever
participated in. From the player experience to the cause it
sustains, this event is unique. This year’s Heritage Classic will be held on August 28th at Big Spring Country Club. Help your business and have a great time all while supporting the next generation of gospel ministers.
Vice President for Institutional Advancement and Executive Director of the Southern Seminary Foundation
Associate Vice President of Institutional Advancement
Director of Development
Regional Director of Development, West Coast
Regional Director of Development, Texas
Associate Director of Advancement Operations
Administrative Assistant to the Vice President of Institutional Advancement
Secretary to the Executive Director of the Foundation
Assistant Director of Institutional Advancement Events