Church plant at JUFL focuses on community

Kissimmee — Johnson University Florida will be making its property available to the church plant Encounter Church beginning next March. JUFL faculty and staff have been praying for an increased connection to the Kissimmee community. This past summer, Pastor Gonzalo Venegas and his family moved to Florida from Western Michigan with plans for a multi-cultural … Read moreChurch plant at JUFL focuses on community

JUFL hosted five volleyball matches over weekend

Kissimmee, Fla. – Johnson University Florida hosted five matches this weekend.   JUFL won the Sept. 13, 5 p.m., match against Trinity College. Friday night’s 7 p.m. match was canceled between Johnson University Tennessee and Trinity College. Saturday consisted of three matches. In the first match at 12 p.m., JUTN beat Florida in a series … Read moreJUFL hosted five volleyball matches over weekend

Post-storm Florida campus resuming normal operations

Kissimmee, Fla. – Johnson University Florida sustained no storm damage during Hurricane Dorian and will now allow commuters back on campus and classes will resume Monday. JUFL administered a successful three-day lockdown which was lifted at 12:30 p.m., Sept. 4. “Every student remained safe who stayed on campus,” Student Community and Resident Director, Micaela Cox … Read morePost-storm Florida campus resuming normal operations

Florida preparing for campus lockdown Sunday due to Hurricane Dorian

Kissimmee — Johnson University Florida will be on campus lockdown beginning Sunday afternoon through Wednesday night due to a Category 4 hurricane moving towards central Florida. Michael Chambers, JU Executive Vice President on the Florida campus, said in a statement that normal operation will end 5 p.m. today and should resume next Thursday.  Classes will be … Read moreFlorida preparing for campus lockdown Sunday due to Hurricane Dorian

Florida students, staff, faculty say goodbye to the Eubanks

EDITORS NOTE: Royal Scribe Reporter Christian Arnold experienced first-hand many of the events surrounding the departure of Dr. David and Margaret Eubanks from Johnson University Florida. In his report, he shares personal perspective on the impact the couple had at the campus.  KISSIMMEE —  A portrait of Dr. David Eubanks, and his wife Margaret hangs in the halls of Johnson University Florida. … Read moreFlorida students, staff, faculty say goodbye to the Eubanks

JUFL’s IJM Chapter takes awareness to community

KISSIMMEE — JUFL students joined together Saturday morning to walk 2.5 miles, taking a message against modern-day slavery into the local community. This was the second time JUFL’s chapter of the International Justice Mission has taken part in the Walk for Freedom. Walk for Freedom is a worldwide event hosted by The A21 Campaign. This year, there … Read moreJUFL’s IJM Chapter takes awareness to community