Sherri Mazur, a 2014 graduate of Faulkner University’s Jones School of Law, was named second-best trial advocate in the nation at Baylor University’s Top Gun Competition, a prestigious invitation-only advocacy tournament.
A man was charged for making threats against an individual and the university.
Amridge confers the first PhDs from a brotherhood school.
MONTGOMERY, Ala (BNc) — Raymond Elliott, well-known and loved gospel preacher, reports attending a most impressive Amridge University graduation, June 8, 2013. Read more
Beginning in the fall of 2013, the Master of Arts in Biblical Studies degree and all future graduate programs will be administered and overseen by the Kearley Graduate School of Theology.
Harding University chooses its fifth president.
Jeremy Barrier evaluates the fourth-century manuscript.
by Glenda Williams, BNc correspondent
LETHEM, Guyana (BNc) — Graduation ceremonies were held July 13, for ten graduating students of Guyana Christian University, Lethem, Guyana. Tom Holland, President of GCU, traveled to Guyana and delivered the commencement address.
Approximately 75 were in attendance for the graduation ceremony and the reception for the graduates, family and friends. Read more
Dr. G. Scott Gleaves has been name Assistant Dean of the V. P. Black College of Biblical Studies of Faulkner University.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (BNc) – Faulkner University locked down its campus yesterday, Dec. 3, after a threat appeared on Facebook, a social networking site on the Internet.
A parent who had gone to campus for an event wrote on Facebook that he was told a “student [had] threatened to shoot some people.” Read more
KOSCIUSKO, Miss. (BNc) — Magnolia Bible College will close its doors on Dec. 17, according to the school’s website. The decision was made Aug. 19 by the board of trustees.
The 33-year-old Bible training school cited as the cause of the forced closure financial pressures from the trend of decreasing enrollment, escalating costs and lack of donations and revenues. Read more
LETHEM, Guyana (BNc) – Jerry O. Davidson, missionary to the Amerindian villages in Guyana, South America, since 1999, reports that the school’s first graduation, held on July 3, 2009, was a success.
Ten Amerindians received diplomas for their two years of concentrated Bible study.
All of the graduates will be preaching in the Amerindian villages, some returning to their own villages. Read more