KNOXVILLE— The annual Festival of Christmas Joy concert will be held 7 p.m. Saturday in the Phillips-Welshimer auditorium. The concert is free admission and will feature the Johnson University choir and soloists. View last year’s Festival of Christmas Joy by clicking the link below. Festival of Christmas Joy 2016 Check back to the Scribe for … Read moreAnnouncement: Festival of Christmas Joy approaching
KNOXVILLE— The Johnson Royals Men’s basketball team wore “We are family” shirts during warm-ups for Monday’s game against Tennessee Wesleyan. Team members said the shirts are meant to promote a message of brotherhood and unity. Coach Perry said the purpose behind wearing the shirts is to show the school that they stand together as brothers … Read moreJUTN Men’s basketball team takes stance on unity
KNOXVILLE— A panel discussion will be held tomorrow, at 5 p.m. to raise awareness on the issue of abuse in America. The event has been organized and promoted by the JU Students Promoting Social Unity organization. The panel will include members of the community, each with different perspectives on the issue of abuse. Captain Greg … Read moreBreaking silence on abuse discussion panel to be held on JUTN campus
KNOXVILLE—This year at JU there is not only a men’s Ultimate Frisbee team, but a mixed team as well. The new mixed team has won the past two tournaments they have competed in this season. Never in JU history has an ultimate team won first place in two consecutive tournaments before. Lexi Overcash and Colin … Read moreJUTN Ultimate mixed team wins second tournament this season
KNOXVILLE— JU hosted a panel discussion over the history and evangelical effects of the Stone-Campbell Movement last Wednesday. This panel included Jamey Gorman, Matt Shears, Jon Weatherly, Mark Weedman and Bill Wolf. Dr. Gorman, a professor of Restoration Movement history at JU, discussed background information involving the relevance of the Stone-Campbell Movement. The main question discussed on the … Read moreStone-Campbell Movement panel discussion held on JUTN campus
KNOXVILLE — Everyday missionaries work to bring the Kingdom of God into the darkest corners of the world. Many of these missionaries have amazing stories, but they do not have a good platform to share them.