A PBS videogra- pher films a class Thursday at South- eastern Bible College in Laurel. (Photo by K.D. Parker)

A PBS videographer films a class Thursday at Southeastern Bible College in Laurel.(Photo by K.D. Parker)

Lights... camera... action at Southeastern Baptist College. Videographers for the Pub- lic Broadcasting System show “On Demand with Rob Lowe”

were on the SBC campus all day Thursday for what is expected to be a feature on the small Laurel college.

Show producers spent nine hours at the school on Highway 15 North, filming classes and interviewing students and administrators.

Among those interviewed were state Sen. Phillip Gandy, who is a graduate of SBC. He represents District 43, which is Wayne County.

“This is an amazing opportunity that will further advance the school, and we could not have done it without the prayers, love and support of our faithful followers, sponsors, donors, staff and media partners,” said SBC President Dr. Scott Carson. “All have been part of something great!”

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