Johnson alumni return for homecoming 2020

KNOXVILLE – Johnson University welcomed back alumni from years past for this year’s homecoming week. This year for homecoming, Johnson University welcomed back its past years of alumni for a week of reunions and worship. The homecoming services took place on Tuesday evening, Wednesday morning and evening, and Thursday morning. This week the Johnson University … Read moreJohnson alumni return for homecoming 2020

Joao Henrique Lucas crowned event winner of PBR, Saturday

KNOXVILLE – Professional Bull Riders Pendleton Whisky Velocity Tour stopped in Knoxville Saturday night and Joao Henrique Lucas came out on top. In front of a record-setting crowd, Lucas, who is from Bastos, Brazil, experienced a career first as he earned an event win. Lucas ended the first round runner-up with 87.5 points after riding … Read moreJoao Henrique Lucas crowned event winner of PBR, Saturday

New JUFL chapel d-group to focus on individual spiritual growth

KISSIMMEE – A new chapel d-group, “Be Still,” in which students will practice whatever spiritual discipline brings them their own growth, will start Jan. 27.  Students can practice different spiritual disciplines, such as journaling, reading a book or scripture, praying or meditating, listening to podcasts or sermons, or anything else that develops their spiritual growth … Read moreNew JUFL chapel d-group to focus on individual spiritual growth

New Vanguard Church Partnership made for mutual spiritual and financial benefit

The Johnson Advancement teams have created the Vanguard Church Partnership so that Johnson and churches can work together to equip Christian leaders. Vanguard churches will spiritually, financially and promotionally support Johnson and will receive financial and educational support in return. Vanguard churches will pray for students and faculty, promote school educational opportunities and events, provide … Read moreNew Vanguard Church Partnership made for mutual spiritual and financial benefit

Johnson students participate in Friendsgiving traditions leading up to Thanksgiving

KNOXVILLE – Johnson University students participate in Friendsgiving, a tradition that allows Thanksgiving celebrations with friends before heading home for the holidays. This year, Friendsgiving had a new aspect to it. For the first time, it incorporated the Catena Joy, which included the “sponsors” of each hall.  Sophomore Hannah Bloyd participated in Friendsgiving for the first time … Read moreJohnson students participate in Friendsgiving traditions leading up to Thanksgiving