Part 4 — Pastor Tim sees references to America in the Bible

Pastor Sergei Timokhin went from a rock singer in Russia to a prisoner being tortured by the KGB —  all because of his faith. Now a pastor in Nashville, he preaches the Gospel and prays for America. Sergei’s son Philipp Timokhin, a senior at JUTN, recently documented his father’s journey by producing a four-part series … Read morePart 4 — Pastor Tim sees references to America in the Bible

Orange and Black Affair offers spooky, silly enjoyment

On the rainy night of Oct. 28, excited, festive students gathered in the Gally Commons for SGA’s annual Orange and Black Affair. They were met with thick spiderwebs stretched across the windows and speakers, bales of hay, and a plethora of Halloween-inspired snacks. Guests had the opportunity to display their competitiveness by facing off in rounds of corn … Read moreOrange and Black Affair offers spooky, silly enjoyment

Local Bible study group invites Johnson students to join them in ‘The Pursuit’

KNOXVILLE — One area church is reaching out to college and young professionals with a new Pursuit. On Sept. 13 Woodlawn Christian Church launched  The Pursuit, a Bible study directed at attracting 19-35 year-olds. The group’s mission is to bridge the gap between generations by having participants studying the Word of God together. This rare … Read moreLocal Bible study group invites Johnson students to join them in ‘The Pursuit’

Regional Tournaments hosted at JUTN

For Johnson University Tennessee, the upcoming weekend is packed with athletic events of all kind. These important athletic events rang from both on and off campus. The Johnson Royals Volleyball and Soccer teams will be playing in regional tournaments hosted here at Johnson. For both teams, the season is coming to an end. Both volleyball and … Read moreRegional Tournaments hosted at JUTN

Part 3 — Timokhin faces torture at hands of KGB

Pastor Sergei Timokhin went from a rock singer in Russia to a prisoner being tortured by the KGB —  all because of his faith. Now a pastor in Nashville, he preaches the Gospel and prays for America. Sergei’s son Philipp Timokhin, a senior at JUTN, recently documented his father’s journey by producing a four-part series … Read morePart 3 — Timokhin faces torture at hands of KGB

Florida students, staff, faculty say goodbye to the Eubanks

EDITORS NOTE: Royal Scribe Reporter Christian Arnold experienced first-hand many of the events surrounding the departure of Dr. David and Margaret Eubanks from Johnson University Florida. In his report, he shares personal perspective on the impact the couple had at the campus.  KISSIMMEE —  A portrait of Dr. David Eubanks, and his wife Margaret hangs in the halls of Johnson University Florida. … Read moreFlorida students, staff, faculty say goodbye to the Eubanks

Part 2 — Timokhin faces torture, hears call to America

Pastor Sergei Timokhin went from a rock singer in Russia to a prisoner being tortured by the KGB —  all because of his faith. Now a pastor in Nashville, he preaches the Gospel and prays for America. Sergei’s son Philipp Timokhin, a senior at JUTN, recently documented his father’s journey by producing a four-part series … Read morePart 2 — Timokhin faces torture, hears call to America

JUTN Men’s Basketball Blue and White game kicks off season

KNOXVILLE — Tuesday the Johnson Royals Men’s Basketball team kicked of the season with the official Blue and White Game in the Phillips-Welshimer Building Gym. It is clear to see that after the game was played Tuesday night, the team is prepared and motivated for their first game of the season. The first official game of the … Read moreJUTN Men’s Basketball Blue and White game kicks off season

Apple cider event held at Johnson University during crisp fall evening

As fall rolls around and the October temperature drops into the 50s, everyone seems to be rushing around in sweaters and scarfs trying to stay as warm as possible. Some turn to steaming Starbucks coffee to keep toasty, others to turn to hot soup from the Gally. There is, however, an alternative idea for those students … Read moreApple cider event held at Johnson University during crisp fall evening

Part 1 — Timokhin hears call of Christ

Pastor Sergei Timokhin went from a rock singer in Russia to a prisoner being tortured by the KGB —  all because of his faith. Now a pastor in Nashville, he preaches the Gospel and prays for America. Sergei’s son Philipp Timokhin, a senior at JUTN, recently documented his father’s journey by producing a four-part series … Read morePart 1 — Timokhin hears call of Christ