Category: Missions/Culture

Intercultural Studies hub, School outreach, International outlook/giving

Missions Services merges with ICOM to further the Kingdom

KNOXVILLE — After 70 years in operation, Missions Services has decided that it is in the best interest of the organization to merge with International Conference On Missions. Missions Services was […]

JU students serve inner-city Knoxville youth

Part of Johnson’s mission  is to spread God’s word to the ends of the earth. While Johnson’s passion for international growth is flourishing, a handful of students have accepted the […]

Johnson student honored by Boys and Girls Club

KNOXVILLE — Dalton Sauer was presented with the 2016 Seymour Branch Volunteer of the Year award for his outstanding service at the Boys and Girls Club last month. Sauer is a […]

Trio plans trip to Uganda

KNOXVILLE — Three Johnson students will be traveling to Uganda for Week of Evengelism this semester. Hannah Baker, Emily Beamon and Chastedy Johnson will travel to Jinja, Uganda from March […]

Students to spend Week of Evangelism in Dublin

KNOXVILLE — A handful of JU students are spending their Week of Evangelism on the Emerald Isle. Johnson student, Raelyn Lomison, said she has always been intrigued by English and […]

Original lost boy of Sudan finds refuge in America

KNOXVILLE — The constant sound of guns firing, fear, explosions and genocide overtook what was once a peaceful village in southern Sudan. In 1987, an estimated 20,000 children were separated […]

Brazilian indoor soccer coaching offered to campus kids

KNOXVILLE — Johnson Student Luciano Nascimento is teaching Brazilian soccer on Monday and Wednesday evenings from 4:30-5:45 the old gym this semester. The lessons are open to second through […]

JU Royals, Suns take on ICOM 2016

Lexington — This weekend students from Johnson University Tennessee and Florida attended the International Conference On Missions in Lexington,Ky. This year’s theme was “Mobilize: Disciples Making Disciples” Each year, participants from all […]

Harvesters raises soup-port for Mirembe Cottage

KNOXVILLE — Tonight Harvesters brought warmth to students, faculty, and staff of Johnson with homemade soups to raise donations for this year’s offering recipient. Soups were submitted for attendees to […]

Mirembe Cottage of Street girls selected as offering recipient

Johnson University’s 2016/2017 offering recipient is the Mirembe Cottage of Street girls in Uganda. The funds raised will go towards meeting the financial need to provide for the construction of […]