Many in Johnson University’s community believe that evangelicalism has stifled the voice of women and their participation in church leadership roles. Some students and faculty feel there is a lack of women in Johnson’s Preaching and Church Leadership major. Students suggest changes that they believe need to be made regarding women in church leadership.
KNOXVILLE — Black History Month, the annual observance marking the importance of African Americans to history, began February first, and Johnson … More
KNOXVILLE — Alumni, friends, faculty and staff gathered together yesterday for a special dedication of Shiloh on the Heights: Columbarium, Memorial … More
Ryan Miller placed first in the night’s event after two successful 8 second rides for his first Velocity Tour win this season.
KNOXVILLE — Last week Crown College entered a time of mourning as one of their own, Blake Smith, a junior, was … More
KNOXVILLE Seated behind a desk in the Bubble, an office located directly through the front doors of the Phillips-Welshimer Building, is a woman with longtime connections to Johnson University.
Workers pour concrete in the early morning Friday at the construction site of the Athletic and Recreation Center being built … More
Emma Sharp is volunteering with a ministry called Young Life. She is involved in building relationships and focused in being a constant in High school student’s lives. She wants to witness God’s work in the field and see each student impacted in a positive way.
Buddy’s Bar-b-q in Sevierville held their first ‘Hometown Pork and Pickin’ Mondays’ event of the month, Feb. 5. This night of bluegrass/gospel music featured The Ray Ball Singers.