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Three Trevecca nursing students (pictured below- L to R on top row- Erin Cox, Samantha Stanhope, Jenna Taylor) recently volunteered to assist with the fifth annual Project Homeless Connect.
When I was a student at Nazarene Theological Seminary, I worked in a jewelry store and learned about the “4 C’s,” the standards for determining the value of a precious stone. As an alumnus of Trevecca, I realize that Trevecca also utilized a 4-C standard to bring out the very best in its students.
C #1—Christ-centered focus. Christ has been at the center of Trevecca from its founding days—in programs, chapel services, outreach ministries, planning, etc.
The national launch of Called to the Fire, a book by alumnus Chet Bush, will take place in chapel at Trevecca on February 19, 2013, at 10 AM, in the courts area of Trevecca Community Church of the Nazarene. Bush’s book recounts the true story of Dr. Charles Johnson, an African-American minister in Mississippi during the tumultuous 1960s. When three civil rights activists were murdered in the town where he was a pastor, Johnson was thrust into this national tragedy and was the sole African-American witness called to testify in the trial known as the “Mississippi Burning” case. With themes of love, conviction, adversity, and redemption, Johnson’s story concludes with a shocking encounter between one of the murderers and him. The event is free and open to the public.
On Wednesday, January 30, Trevecca began live streaming its chapel services to anyone who has computer access. The Office of the Chaplain and the University’s IT department has made it possible for anyone to “join” the congregation in the chapel services at Trevecca. Go to http://streaming.trevecca.edu to become part of the chapel service.
Trevecca’s chapel services take place weekly on the following schedule: