JUTN offering recipient affiliates with New International

KNOXVILLE – This year’s chapel offering is assisting five Johnson alumni who are currently serving in strategic vocations, including alumna Bekah Ochs. Ochs graduated from Johnson in May 2019 with a degree in Cross-Cultural Media Communication. She is now serving with New International, a mission sending organization stationed in Florida. “At our core, [New International] … Read moreJUTN offering recipient affiliates with New International

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 division of New Mission Systems International). In 2016 Ends Cycling hosted the Tennessee Bike Ride in conjunction with JU—a 300-mile trek from JUTN to VA … Read moreJUFL cycling event raises over $30,000 for missions

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 for Thomas to be coming into our program,” Rick Khulman, Director of Knoxville Fellows, said. Davis will remain with Knoxville Fellows for one year. Knoxville Fellows … Read moreFrom inner city life to inner city work

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 for Abigail Barron, freshman at Johnson University Tennessee, going to Guatemala for a week was not a typical spring break trip. While many of her fellow classmates … Read moreJUTN student travels to Guatemala

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 and purpose of the organization. Palal and Kikim lived under an oppressive military dictatorship in Myanmar, formerly known as Burma. Khongsai said he was accustomed to … Read moreMyanmar Hope Christian Mission founder shares purpose, vision at JUTN 

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 questions regarding faith, mission work and racial reconciliation. Perkins is a Christian minister, civil rights activist and recipient of 13 Honorary Doctorate degrees. Perkins has … Read moreCivil rights leader imparts wisdom on JUTN students

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 month trip to the Middle East. The tournament is a double elimination and teams can have as many as four players. Teams must donate $30 … Read moreJUTN student hosts Missions Madness: Hoops for Peace