Welcome to the new SES Moodle site!

This is where you will do all your course work for online courses. On-campus course will also utilize many of the powerful features Moodle offers in order to make your education experience more efficient and profitable here at Southern Evangelical Seminary.

This page is the Home page for Moodle and you will always start from here.

If you have any questions about Moodle and online courses, please contact Jeff Lenhart (jlenhart11@ses.edu).

If you have any questions about registration, policies or student records, please contact Dr. Doug Potter (dpotter@ses.edu) in the Registrar's office.

ISIS cover     Chapel Message: What is ISIS, and What Do They Want?

Click here to access the chapel message on ISIS (Feb. 24, 2015)

Click here to access a PDF version of the presentation. Click here to access a Black and White PDF of the presentation.

SES Chapel     Chapel Message: The Lifestyle of the Dead versus the Lifestyle of the Living

Click here to access the video message (November 10, 2014)
Most people are motivated by fear as they act on their beliefs. This is a result of the actions taken by Adam long ago. Genesis 3:9-10 reveals the three components of the motivation that controls all people outside of Christ, as well as many who are in Christ. Fortunately, when we are guided by the Lifestyle of the Living, where the prime motivation is Love instead of Fear, we can avoid the destruction caused by the Lifestyle of the Dead and develop a ministry based on Love that will lead to the growth of godly character and an increase in the Fruit of the Spirit.

Click here for the PDF version of this message.

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Forum Instructions and Moodle Help
by Admin User - Friday, 28 June 2013, 11:38 PM


All online courses will be using Moodle and many of your professors for your on-campus courses will also be using Moodle in order to provide a place for obtaining resources, completing online forum discussions, taking quizzes and tests, uploading your completed papers, as well as a ...

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