Category: Missions/Culture

Intercultural Studies hub, School outreach, International outlook/giving

Freedom walk for the oppressed and enslaved

KNOXVILLE – Oct. 15, 8:30-10:30 a.m. A21 will hold the 3rd annual Walk for Freedom in downtown Knoxville, starting at the Knoxville Civic Auditorium. #WalkForFreedom is a global event to […]

Dr. Greg Linton speaks on trip to Italy

KNOXVILLE – In September, Dr. Greg Linton visited Italy for the 10th Anniversary of the Esplorando la Bibbia.  While there, he gave 5 lectures and met with multiple Johnson alumni. […]

K-16: CAC Beardsley Community Farm

For more information, see the CAC Beardsley Community Farm website: http://www.beardsleyfarm.org Look for a video on the farm later this week.

Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival Tea a great success

KNOXVILLE – Johnson University hosted a Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival Tea Party this past Sunday where guests enjoyed food, music, and fellowship. Duan Hua, Director of International Relations, reflected on the […]

Harvesters’ take on Missions Emphasis Week

KNOXVILLE – As Missions Emphasis Week comes to a close at JUTN, Harvesters President, Nathan Long, and Vice President, Katie Eikenberry, spoke of the work that went into this years’ […]

Missions emphasis week concludes in call to action

KNOXVILLE – Harvesters’ Missions Emphasis week concluded with a call to worship, cross cultural scripture readings and a message from Troy Jackson, executive director at the AMOS Project. This year, […]

JUTN holds Josh Teegarden Memorial 5K-Run

KNOXVILLE – The Josh Teegarden Memorial 5K will be held on the Johnson University Tennessee campus on Saturday September 24th, 2016. Early-bird registration is open until this Thursday September 15th, 2016 […]

JUTN to host 6th Annual Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival Tea Party

KNOXVILLE – Johnson University will host a Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival Tea Party on Sunday, Sep 18th 2016 4-6 P.M at the Galley Commons private dining rooms 2 and 3 to provide intercultural […]

JUTN offers Taiji class

KNOXVILLE – Monday, Sep. 5, the first Taiji class took place on JUTN campus. Ms. Li Aiye, a Chinese language teacher at Seymour Primary School, and Ms. Duan Hua,  co-teach […]