EDUCATION DIGEST: KBC, Cumberlands take steps to end covenant agreement; Truett McConnell to launch publishing house
Today's Education Digest: Kentucky Baptist Convention and University of the Cumberlands take steps to end voluntary covenant agreement; Truett McConnell University to launch publishing house. WILLIAMSBURG, Ky. (BP) -- The University of the Cumberlands is working with Kentucky Baptist Convention leaders to take steps to dissolve their voluntary covenant agreement. The proposal, which is subject to the approval of messengers at the 2018 KBC annual meeting, provides for UC to elect its own trustees.
FROM THE COLLEGES: Call to Ministry Network launched by Anderson, CBU, OBU & Union; Mobile begins global leadership institute
In today's From the Colleges: Call to Ministry Network launched by Anderson University, California Baptist University, Oklahoma Baptist University and Union University; University of Mobile begins global leadership institute.
FROM THE COLLEGES: Bill Ellis to retire at Howard Payne; Boyce’s 170 graduates largest in college’s history
In today's From the Colleges: Bill Ellis to retire at Howard Payne; Boyce's 170 graduates largest in college's history
FROM THE COLLEGES: TMU to use digital cadaver in classes; Judson seeking successor to David E. Potts; Union names Van Neste & Baker as deans
Truett McConnell University to use digital cadaver in biology and exercise science classes; Judson College seeking successor to David E. Potts; Union University names Ray Van Neste & Hunter Baker as deans. CLEVELAND, Ga. (BP) -- An interactive virtual anatomy dissection table will become part of the biology and exercise science programs at Truett McConnell University's Pilgram Marpeck School of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) this fall.
FROM THE COLLEGES: Merritt to headline 3rd West Tenn. Evangelism Rally; Finn named N. Greenville provost
JACKSON, Tenn. (BP) -- James Merritt, lead pastor of Cross Pointe Church in Duluth, Ga., will be the keynote speaker for the third annual West Tennessee Evangelism Rally March 4 at Union University. Ernest Easley, professor of evangelism at Union and organizer of the event, said the rally aims to strengthen and equip churches in evangelism and outreach. "My hope is that, through this rally, people in our churches across West Tennessee will become more soul-conscious, better equipped than they were before to share the Gospel and will be encouraged and inspired to do it," Easley said.
In today's From the Colleges: North Greenville University begins celebration of its 125-year milestone; John Netland succeeds C. Ben Mitchell as Union University provost.
FROM THE COLLEGES: Williams to rename as a university; OBU women’s soccer competes in Asia & England; …
In today's From the Colleges: Williams Baptist College; Oklahoma Baptist University; California Baptist University; Louisiana College. Williams Baptist College to be renamed as a university; Oklahoma Baptist University Lady Bison soccer team competes in west Asia and Europe; California Baptist University students provide health care in East Africa, China and Philippines; Louisiana College faculty's book study integrates faith and learning.
In today's From the Colleges: Boyce College adds classical education emphasis, opens vocation development office and adds two fulltime faculty members; the University Mobile's new Ministry Resources initiative seeks to connect churches and students for ministry opportunities.
FROM THE COLLEGES: OBU baseball wins NCCAA crown; CBU guard named PacWest top female athlete; Ouachita’s Ark. Baptist collection honored
In today's From the Colleges: Oklahoma Baptist University baseball wins NCCAA World Series; California Baptist University guard named PacWest top female athlete; Ouachita University's Arkansas Baptist history collection earns national award.
FROM THE COLLEGES: U of Mobile to inaugurate pres.; LC establishes scholarships; OBU track wins again
In today's From the Colleges: University of Mobile inaugurates fourth president; Louisiana College scholarships honor Lewis, Schaeffer; OBU men & women repeat as track champs.