Many in Johnson University’s community believe that evangelicalism has stifled the voice of women and their participation in church leadership roles. Some students and faculty feel there is a lack of women in Johnson’s Preaching and Church Leadership major. Students suggest changes that they believe need to be made regarding women in church leadership.
KNOXVILLE — Black History Month, the annual observance marking the importance of African Americans to history, began February first, and Johnson … More
Two Johnson students spoke out on the SALT requirements, saying it can be difficult to find the time to put in the hours, however, volunteering in the community and helping other people is rewarding.
Don Trentham, director of music education, conducts the first class in the School of Communication and Creative Art’s new music … More
Buddy’s Bar-b-q in Sevierville held their first ‘Hometown Pork and Pickin’ Mondays’ event of the month, Feb. 5. This night of bluegrass/gospel music featured The Ray Ball Singers.
KNOXVILLE — Johnson University’s campus has been shaped and molded by hundreds of individuals through the years. Approaching the 125th anniversary, … More
KNOXVILLE— Johnson University has shaped and molded hundreds of individuals through the years. Approaching the 125th anniversary, the Royal Scribe … More
Instead of their regular meetings, men’s community groups will be able to attend a presentation given by graduate counseling intern Jarrod Justice. The presentation will cover sexuality in our culture. There will also be a Wednesday chapel group to be started by Justice, expanding on the things talked about in the upcoming presentation.
KNOXVILLE — Students Promoting Social Unity, along with other Johnson faculty and students participated in the annual MLK parade in … More
KNOXVILLE —With finals on the horizon, students can easily feel overwhelmed. The annual Miller Scott Banquet gives Johnson University students … More