Bob Jones University will launch its 2017 Bible Conference beginning Tuesday evening and continuing through Friday with the theme “The God of Hope.” Classes will end Tuesday at 5 p.m. and will resume the following Monday. Nathan Washer, executive assistant to President Steve Pettit, said he believes Bible Conference can be a significant time in
Go Greenville 2.0 will be held Jan. 27-29 and Feb. 3-5 and will have a variety of outreaches—including nursing home, Bible club, Juvenile Detention Center and street-witnessing opportunities. Matthew 28:19-20 commands Christians to go out into the world and spread the Gospel. The Center for Global Opportunities wants to help students fulfill this great commission.
After months of research, testing and preparation, Hyohyun “Esther” Park, a senior cell biology major, presented a poster on her cancer research project in Washington, D.C. Park presented along with Deanna Fry, also a senior cell biology major, at the American Institute for Cancer Research on Nov. 14-16. Dr. Steve Figard, who is BJU’s director
The Symphonic Wind Band, under the direction of Dr. Dan Turner, will tell stories through music in a concert directly following the Christmas Celebration on Dec. 2 at 7:30 p.m. in Rodeheaver Auditorium. “This year’s concert features music that tells or has a story,” Turner said. “The principal story being presented is The Lord of
Jason Holland, a business administration major, is one of the freshmen in USingers. “I love [University Singers] because I have this great opportunity to learn and sing amazing, fun and beautiful songs with a fantastic group of people, all while praising our Lord,” Holland said. The USingers is BJU’s unique, all-freshman choir directed by Dr.
Want breakfast for lunch? Eggs Up Grill is a breakfast-serving, highly-rated restaurant with two locations in Greenville—one on Augusta Street and the other on Woodruff Road, open 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. seven days a week. Eggs Up Grill began in 1986 as part of a franchise in South Carolina. The franchise has restaurants in
Abortion is a national issue and the Greenville community is no exception. But what can college students do to help? BJU students will have the unique opportunity to partner with Piedmont Women’s Center during Nov. 7-12 by participating in a unique fundraiser. Students may buy new baby items, such as diapers and baby bottles, and
Bob Jones University is partnering with the Special Olympics program during the first weekend in November to serve the community. On Nov. 5, the Special Olympics will hold their annual event modeled after professional Olympic Games. This event will be held at Conestee Park in Greenville and serves people with mental and physical disabilities. Sarah
Finals were over and summer had officially begun. Unlike many of my friends, I wasn’t heading off to counsel at a camp or fly overseas on a mission trip. I was staying at home and working. However, ministry was in my summer plans. The place I work is focused on ministry—a Christian music publishing company.
The Chocolate Moose is not your typical bakery. Originally situated on Main Street for five years, the shop relocated to South Main Street under new ownership in the spring of 2016. This quaint little sweet spot provides customers with delectable pastries, sandwiches and gourmet coffee. The location of The Chocolate Moose is unique. Positioned inside