Virtual Event, “Let There be Light” to be held Saturday

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This Saturday, Sept. 12, Johnson University will host “Let There be Light,” a virtual, ticketed event, during which JUFL alumni Andrew Peterson will provide a concert, and Arron Chambers will deliver a message. The two will also be interviewed by Dean of the Chapel, Bill Wolf.

JUFL Rapha International chapter fundraising almost complete

KISSIMMEE – The March for Rapha Fundraiser, organized by the Johnson University Florida Rapha International chapter, reached $1,000, meaning a string of faculty fundraising goals will end later this month. 10 minutes before the fundraiser’s end April 1, the goal was reached, sealing the fate of Assistant professor in the school of Bible and Theology … Read moreJUFL Rapha International chapter fundraising almost complete

JUFL training room completed last week by campus staff

KISSIMMEE – Johnson University Florida Athletic and Plant Services staff completed construction of a campus training room, which began in late December, on April 1. According to Bob Mehlenbacher, a staff member who has held several roles in JUFL history, players have advocated for the training room for 10 to 15 years. The athletics staff … Read moreJUFL training room completed last week by campus staff

Johnson University addresses Covid-19, steps to help students

KISSIMMEE – Following Johnson University’s decision, made on March 26, to move all remaining Spring courses online, Johnson University Florida students have been provided with a combination of campus and online resources to facilitate the transition.  Johnson University Tennessee and Florida faculty are working to be supportive as they transition students off campus and into … Read moreJohnson University addresses Covid-19, steps to help students

Inventory Director serves campus from behind the scenes

KNOXVILLE – Johnson University Tennessee Inventory Director Scott Dunlap decided to leave his job driving big trucks and tractors to come to Johnson for the great community. Dunlap has lived in Seymour his whole life. He went to trade school right after he graduated from Seymour High School. He has had a passion for cars … Read moreInventory Director serves campus from behind the scenes

Senior Brielle Smith enjoys serving in many capacities

KNOXVILLE – Johnson University senior Brielle Smith works hard to serve on a variety of missions fields on campus, in her community, and even across the globe. Smith is currently a senior at Johnson University, earning her four-year degree in psychology. She is also a Teachers’ Assistant in Johnson’s counseling center. On top of her academics … Read moreSenior Brielle Smith enjoys serving in many capacities

Upcoming graduate shares story of his time at JU

KNOXVILLE – Johnson University senior Kenyon Helmuth, who is a preaching and youth ministry major with a minor in intercultural studies, looks back fondly on his years in Johnson University. Although he has enjoyed his experience here and treasures the relationships he has found, he is very excited to move on to the new adventures … Read moreUpcoming graduate shares story of his time at JU

Johnson University senior serves others in many roles

KNOXVILLE – Braden Harris, a senior worship ministry major at Johnson University, serves in many roles on and off campus. Harris, who is originally from the St. Louis area of Missouri, came to Johnson because it has a great reputation, especially for worship ministry. Another influence on his college decision was his youth minister, who … Read moreJohnson University senior serves others in many roles

JUTN Students Take On Church Planting Service Opportunity, Orlando

KNOXVILLE – From February 29 through March 6, students within the Johnson University Tennessee Intercultural Studies and Congregational Ministry programs will attend the Exponential Church Planting Conference in Orlando, Florida. The students will arrive at First Baptist Church, Orlando on the Sunday prior to the conference in order to help set up. While many will … Read moreJUTN Students Take On Church Planting Service Opportunity, Orlando

Community invited to attend “Jonah Movement,” 40 days of prayer

KISSIMMEE – This month, community pastor Gonzalo Venegas kicked off an event consisting of 40 days of prayer with the Kissimmee community for citizens to encounter God in a local civic office and on the Johnson University Florida campus. The first community prayer took place at city commissioner Olga Gonzalez’s office on Feb. 20 before … Read moreCommunity invited to attend “Jonah Movement,” 40 days of prayer