Tag: Vol. 28 No. 16

Day of Prayer to focus on ‘drawing near’

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Each semester at BJU, the University family sets one day aside for students, faculty and staff to gather together in prayer. This semester’s Day of Prayer will take place this Tuesday and will focus on the theme “Let us draw near.” This theme is based on Hebrews 10:22: “Let us draw near with a true

Column: Saying “no” to the good things and “yes” to the best

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Yes. We say “yes” a lot.  Yes, I can work tomorrow. Yes, I’ll do that project. Yes, let’s do dinner. Yes, we can study together. Yes, I’ll take you to the doctor. Yes, we’re OK. Relationships require yeses, and success requires yeses. But what if we learned to say “no” to the good so that

One Voice performance to bring black history to life

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What would it have been like to hear Martin Luther King Jr. speak in person? Or Muhammad Ali? Or President Barack Obama? Though you may never be able to travel through time and space to hear them speak in person, you can still catch a glimpse of some of the most prominent figures in African-American

BJU class of 1990 to celebrate 25th year class reunion

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Members of BJU’s Class of 1990 will reunite for their 25-year class reunion Friday and Saturday for a weekend full of fun, fellowship and nostalgia. Jonathan Pait, manager of events and services for the Alumni Association, said the class reunions are a way for the University to help alumni reunite and maintain the friendships and

Editorial: Atheists hold exit door open for God

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Last week a Florida high school student was reprimanded by a national atheist organization for the phrase he spontaneously added in after reading the morning announcements: “God bless America.” His “crime” was reported by two fellow students to the American Humanist Association (AHA), whose legal association—the Appignani Humanist Legal Center—quickly responded with a condemning letter

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