This week has been Missions Emphasis Week on campus, a time when the importance of missions and evangelization was emphasized in the chapel messages, in classrooms and in other ways throughout the week.
Students are invited to tune in tonight to WBJU 104.5 FM or online at WBJU.home.bju.edu for Mystery Night, an evening of entertainment brought to you by WBJU campus media. Mystery Night will consist of a radio portion from 6 to 8 p.m., and a movie from 8 to 10:15 p.m. The program is a great chance to take a break from homework and enjoy time with friends.
Trumpet and Tuba-Euphonium Choirs, Chorale, Pre-law Forum, UBA Forum, Time Management Leadership Workshop, Midterm Grade Reports, Cyrano de Bergerac Tickets, Collegiate Choir Concert, Heritage Day Chapel and Choosing a Major Seminar.
It’s the lens through which each of us views both the big picture and the small details of life. It can turn a rainy Monday into the best day of your semester, or a phone call from home into a life-changing event. It’s called perspective.
This semester BJU has replaced its long-standing on-campus Sunday service with entirely new opportunities that have been created for students and local churches to benefit each other. All students now attend Sunday morning services at area churches.
In 1927, Dr. Bob Jones Sr. founded Bob Jones College, and many people may not be familiar with the 86-year history of the University. For that reason, BJU has a Heritage Day Chapel each year to remind students of the University’s founding roots, core principles and ways God has provided for needs over the years.