Dr. Lisa Seeley Named New Director of the Great Commission Center at ETBU
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Dr. Lisa Seeley Named New Director of the Great Commission Center at ETBU

 

MARSHALL, Texas (8/30/13) - The East Texas Baptist University Office of Spiritual Development announces that Dr. Lisa Seeley has been named the Director of the Great Commission Center. Dr. Seeley began her service on August 26, 2013.

            Dr. Seeley comes to ETBU after serving for the past seven years as an Adjunct Professor in the College of Humanities/Social Sciences and the Gary Cook Graduate School of Leadership at Dallas Baptist University (DBU). She has also served as the Associate Director (2005-2007) and Coordinator ((1996-2005) for the Scarborough Institute for Church Planting and Growth at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (SWBTS). She received both her graduate diploma and Master of Arts in Theology from SWBTS.  Dr. Seeley earned her Doctor of Philosophy degree from DBU in Leadership and Ministry.

"We are thrilled to have Dr. Seeley join our ETBU family. She is a gifted administrator and student minister but most importantly is passionate about advancing the Kingdom of God,” said University Chaplain and Vice President for Spiritual Development Dr. Scott Bryant. “Through her leadership of the Great Commission Center our students will continue to make a dynamic impact for the kingdom in Marshall, the United States, and around the world."

            The Great Commission Center of East Texas Baptist University is dedicated to creating and equipping servant leaders that can serve locally in Marshall as well as anywhere around the world where God may call them.  ETBU students contribute hundreds of volunteer hours each year for local ministry and service initiatives through ongoing involvement and special events.

            ETBU provides a Christ centered education that emphasizes the integration of faith and learning. The ETBU experience is known for “Embracing Faith, Engaging Minds, and Empowering Leaders.” ETBU offers graduate programs in business, counseling, religion and education, as well as 40 undergraduate degree programs. For more information, visit www.etbu.edu.
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