the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary


FEBRUARY 20-21, 2015

Jesus deploys His disciples on a global mission. In fact, central to the mission is a call to discipleship. The objective is to make disciples of all peoples teaching them to obey all that Jesus had commanded (Matthew 28:19-20). The question is: does your life include a passion for discipleship? Does your life mirror Paul’s when he says, “Be imitators of me, as I am of Christ” (1 Corinthians 11:1)? Paul was a man eager to follow Jesus and, in turn, to disciple others and you also are called by God and commissioned by Jesus to this great work of discipleship.

Join us for Resolute 2015 to learn from R. Albert Mohler Jr., Tommy Nelson, and Sean McDowell about what it means for us to pursue lives that glorify God. Come for a time of fellowship and encouragement and learn how to engage in Christ-honoring discipleship.




R. Albert Mohler Jr. (@AlbertMohler) is the president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.  He is an esteemed authority on contemporary issues and his writings have been published throughout the United States and Europe. Full Bio



Tommy Nelson is the pastor of Denton Bible Church, in Denton, Texas. He has been featured on Focus on the Family, FamilyLife Today, Josh McDowell, For Faith and Family, and other national broadcasts.



Sean McDowell (@Sean_McDowell) is a gifted communicator with a passion for reaching the younger generation with the gospel message. He travels through the United States and abroad, speaking at camps, churches, schools and conferences. Full bio





The Norton Hall Band at Southern Seminary was formed to serve the seminary and constituent churches and institutions through Christ-centered, gospel-focused corporate worship.  Members of the Norton Hall Band are all involved in the department of biblical worship in the Billy Graham School of Missions, Evangelism, and Ministry at Southern Seminary.

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That the man of God may be perfect, throughly furnished unto all good works.