Month: April 2019

JUTN presented student awards, recognitions, scholarships April 25

KNOXVILLE – Johnson University and its individual schools presented awards and recognized students in the last chapel of the semester, April 25. There were approximately 200 students that made the […]

A year in review

KNOXVILLE – In the words of President Tommy Smith, “This has been a year of celebration.” At the end of his first year in office Smith feels like he has […]

Johnson University Women’s Conference to be held May 17-18

KNOXVILLE – The Johnson University Women’s Conference happening this May will be a way to relax and dive into God’s word. The event will be held May 17-18. The theme […]

Annual Spring Retreat brought youth to Johnson once again

KNOXVILLE— During the weekend of April 12-14, churches from all over the country came together for another yearly weekend of Spring Retreat at Johnson University. This is a time when […]

Opinion: The Church Should be for the broken

A few months ago I woke up on a Sunday morning and went to church. While I was parking my car and walking into the building, I saw a couple […]

Founders’ Day celebration to take place Thursday

KNOXVILLE – Johnson University’s Founder’s Day, which will be held April 11, is a tradition of Johnson University, during which the campus community celebrates the day Johnson was founded. For […]

Alumni Feature: Kayla Bowman

KISSIMMEE— Kayla Bowman works as Choir Director and Elementary Music Teacher at Mountain Missions School (MMS) in Virginia. Bowman graduated from Johnson University Florida May 2017 with a Musical Arts […]

JU to host Health and Wellness Fair, Blood Drive Tuesday

KNOXVILLE – Johnson University’s Public Health and Global Community Majors and Health Services Offices are holding a Health and Wellness Fair and Blood Drive on Tuesday. The Health and Wellness […]