KNOXVILLE – Johnson University senior Kenyon Helmuth, who is a preaching and youth ministry major with a minor in intercultural studies, looks back fondly on his years in Johnson University. Although he has enjoyed his experience here and treasures the relationships he has found, he is very excited to move on to the new adventures … Read moreUpcoming graduate shares story of his time at JU
To enhance the multi-cultural awareness and cross-cultural understanding, the Director of International Relations, Dr. Duan Hua, organized the ninth annual celebration of the Chinese Lunar New Year at Johnson University, Tennessee campus on January 25. The Chinese Lunar New Year, also called Spring Festival, is the most celebrated festival among the Chinese communities. The celebration … Read moreJUTN Celebrated Chinese Spring Festival, Prayed for China, Saturday
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
KNOXVILLE – The Student Government Association is hosting a benefit dodgeball tournament on Jan. 27 at 6 p.m. in the ARC gym to raise money for freshman Abby Stuteville, who is in need of a kidney transplant. Students and staff are encouraged to create their own dodgeball team of 6-8 people. There is a $2 … Read moreSGA hosting benefit to help student in need, Jan. 27
KNOXVILLE – Student Government Association held it’s first CoffeeHouse event of the year on Nov. 11, in the newest addition to campus, the Athletic and Recreation Complex. Staff, students, and performer’s friends and family overfilled the ARC’s reserved room for the event. The event showcased a variety of talents and art, including a performance by … Read moreCoffeeHouse brought large crowd, Mon. night
The event will be a real life version of the popular board game.
KNOXVILLE — In the world of Sophomore Class President, Ashton Lowery, things can get overwhelming at times. Between balancing her schoolwork, her social life and everything in between, Lowery still finds time to pursue her class presidential tasks. She is especially fired up about what this semester will bring in terms of Student Government Association events. … Read moreJU sophomore class president focuses on prayer, unity