You're not going to want to miss the Grand Ol' Trevecca Opry on Friday night, Nov. 8 during Homecoming. Over 23 alumni and current students will be singing country music classics for a great night of fun. Songs like Andy Rutherford '88, singing “Long Black Train” or Christy Grant '04 and Lindsay Huggins '05 singing “Grandpa.” We have Marvin Jones '02, '09 singing “Great Balls of Fire” and Kim McLean '06 with “Beautiful Goodbye.” Current students Jordan and Parker Guthrie with their dad Brad '85 will sing “God Bless the Broken Road” and Kathleen Dunn '11 and her dad John '82 will sing “How's the World Treating You.” Other acts include Michael Johnson '82, '03, Mark Greathouse '68, Greg Baggett '12, Greg Neeley '75, Mike Wilkerson '83, Amy Foster Mitchell '92, Nick Robertson '07, Ed Mitchell '77, Brannon '02 and Gloria Hancock '01, Dan Boone '74, Ben Speer, Melanie Huggins Harris '94 and more! Don't want to miss this. CLICK HERE for tickets.
We gather in moments like these to remember and rehearse what we most
deeply believe. In the face of death, we become soberly serious about life.
On casual days we make decisions based on our most deeply held beliefs,
and over time, we take the form of those beliefs and actions. Death seems to
be that clarifying moment when it becomes apparent whether our beliefs
were about convenience or conviction. The death of my Mother punctuates
When Christians talk about deeply held beliefs, it is possible that we are
talking about a list of doctrines. I prefer to think that we are talking about the
story we find ourselves living out. For us, that story is succinctly captured in
The Apostle’s Creed, one of the oldest statements of our faith.
As I write this article today, I have been watching the pictures posted by Trevecca of the first week of the fall semester. How long has it been since your first week at Trevecca?
A few weeks ago we had a wonderful opportunity to spend time on Trevecca’s "Front Porch” booth at General Assembly.
What a wonderful experience it was to be able to visit with alumni and friends of Trevecca at the booth and the Trevecca Alumni & Friends Luncheon.
Trevecca lost a beloved former professor when Jim Foglesong, the founding director of Trevecca’s Music Business Program, died Tuesday, July 9. Foglesong is known around the world as a Country Music Hall of Famer and groundbreaking music executive who signed Garth Brooks, George Strait, The Oak Ridge Boys and others. Below are just a few of the words shared on Facebook by the Trevecca community in remembrance of Jim.
I owe so much to James S. Foglesong. At first he was my professor, then he became my mentor and after I left Trevecca Nazarene University, he became my dear friend. He was the one who convinced my parents that Nashville was the place for me to be... He got me my first job in the music business and taught me much of what I know today. I'm deeply saddened by our loss but will be forever grateful to him and forever inspired by his legacy. Professor Foglesong, the honor was all mine...
After receiving votes that could lead him to become a General Superintendent for the Church of the Nazarene at the 2013 General Assembly in Indianapolis, Trevecca's President Dr. Dan Boone withdrew his name citing peace and purpose at TNU. Below is the email he sent to all Trevecca employees this morning.
A few weeks ago I answered the phone at my office, and when the caller said hello and began to introduce himself, I immediately recognized the voice of a former Trevecca classmate. A smile crossed my face as I remembered our college days and the memories we shared.