The Stewart Custer Lecture Series — which honors one of BJU Seminary’s most celebrated scholars, the late Dr. Stewart Custer, who served 56 years at the Seminary and BJU — offers insights into contemporary challenges to the church based on in-depth, faithful analysis of the biblical text. Each fall we invite a conservative scholar to lecture in his area of expertise.
The Foundations Conference, organized by SermonAudio, will address today’s need to return to the foundations of ministry described in Acts: preaching and prayer. Pastors and church leaders are welcome to come to Bob Jones University’s campus Dec. 16-17 to hear a unique combination of six powerful speakers at this in-person event.
The Seminary’s 2022 CoRE Conference, “AWAKE! Proclaiming Truth to a Broken Culture,” will feature two of the most innovative thinkers in conservative Christianity — Christopher Cone and Dave Doran — to empower the church, especially pastors, for compassionate but uncompromised preaching and teaching to awaken the church to today’s unparalleled Gospel opportunity. Join us Jan. 31–Feb. 1.
BJU Seminary presents Expositor’s Weekday to support local pastors — and in turn, serve the church — through free church-based seminars that model and resource pastoral exposition of a specific book of the Bible. Spend one morning immersed in uncompromised, next-level teaching to proclaim the Word; hands-on, basin-and-towel training to serve the church; and inspiration, motivation and commitment to advance the Gospel.
BJU will hold its annual Bible Conference Feb. 15–18, 2022, with the theme “Contending for the Faith,” taken from Jude 3. BJU President Steve Pettit will open the conference, preaching the first service at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 15. The schedule will include breakout sessions on the sufficiency of Scripture on Thursday afternoon, Feb. 17.
Every year the University’s Concert, Opera & Drama series brings world-class performances — from Shakespeare to one-man shows, from grand opera to piano quintets — to the BJU and Greenville communities. Seminary students are provided with free attendance at these events. In addition, there are recitals, plays, and exhibitions put on by the University students throughout the year.