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
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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
Abingdon Press and Trevecca Nazarene University Present: A Day with Civil Rights Activist Dr. Charles Johnson to Celebrate Black History Month CALLED TO THE FIRE: A WITNESS FOR GOD IN MISSISSIPPI Celebrated Civil Rights Activist Dr. Charles Johnson and Author Chet Bush Scheduled To Appear At Travecca University For Black History Month.
The College of Lifelong Learning (CLL) is pleased to announce its new Alumni Referral Scholarship, which provides the opportunity for any Trevecca alumnus to award a $200 scholarship to any degree completion student. Trevecca Nazarene University alumnus can award as many scholarships as they choose, empowering others to further their careers and
In the aftermath of recent school shootings, some have questioned whether or not teachers in schools should be armed. The argument for teachers carrying handguns relies on the belief that educators are the first line of protection for students in their care. Those who advocate for gun-toting teachers argue that—with the right
Rudy Kalis of WSMV TV recently spent part of a day visiting with Tampa Bay Rays All Star Ben Zobrist and the Trevecca baseball team. Zobrist, who is friends with Trevecca baseball coach Ryan Schmalz, has taken to the Trojans and practiced with them all winter. Check out the story Kalis did on
The nation and the world were impacted last month by the events in Newtown, Connecticut, in which 20 children and six adults lost their lives in a terrible mass shooting. While events of this kind are occurring too frequently in our world, this particular incident especially touched our lives by virtue of
Dr. Millard Reed was a long-time Trevecca Nazarene University president, and before that he was a pastor for more than 15 years. His legacy as a humble pastor, friend, mentor and teacher will last long after his earthly life, and below a place for you to share some memories.
On Sunday evening, Dec. 30, family and friends of Millard C. Reed paid their respects to him in a memorial service in the sanctuary of First Church of the Nazarene, in Nashville, Tennessee, a church in which Dr. Reed had served as the pastor for 17 years. Dr. Reed died Thursday, Dec. 27, following an illness.