Category: Missions/Culture

Intercultural Studies hub, School outreach, International outlook/giving

Ignite Prayer Night to be held Feb. 2

Ignite Prayer night will be held on February 2nd, from 9 p.m. to midnight.

JUFL Cycling Event Raises over $30,000 for Missions

Over Spring Break (March 17-21) faculty and students from JUFL participated in the Key West Bike Ride 2018 (#KWBR2018), a cycling tour created by Ends of the Earth Cycling (a […]

From inner city life to inner city work

KNOXVILLE — Beginning in the fall, Thomas Davis Jr., a senior at Johnson University, majoring in Journalism and Digital Mass Media, will begin working with the Knoxville Fellows. “We are very excited […]

Internationals find community in Knoxville

It’s warm out, the sun is shining and there is a nice breeze. The sidewalks and roads are busy and people are happily going about their days. Everything is full […]

JUTN student travels to Guatemala

The sun beating down at a perfect temperature, people all around playing fútbol and a country with indescribable beauty, seems like the perfect place to just visit and relax. But […]

Myanmar Hope Christian Mission founder shares purpose, vision at JUTN 

KNOXVILLE — This week Myanmar Hope Christian Mission founder, Dr. Palal Khongsai visited Johnson University Tennessee. The story behind MyHope is what connects Palal and his wife Kikim Khongsai to the mission […]

Civil rights leader imparts wisdom on JUTN students

KNOXVILLE — Dr. John M. Perkins visited Johnson University Tennessee as the guest chapel speaker on Tuesday. Perkins later visited with 10 students in Private Dining Room three to answer […]

JUTN student hosts Missions Madness: Hoops for Peace

KNOXVILLE — JUTN student Jonah German will be holding a three on three basketball tournament, this Friday. The tournament will be held to raise donations for Jonah and Ericah German’s three […]

JU students experience Holy Land firsthand

KNOXVILLE — During the Week of Evangelism, students and faculty members from Johnson University took a trip to Israel. See what two undergraduate students thought about the trip and what […]

Students can earn salt hours with Yoke, transform lives

KNOXVILLE — Yoke is a local Knoxville nonprofit organization that connects college students with middle school students as part of an after school mentorship program. Yoke has programs meeting after […]