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New president at Johnson U
posted 6/26/2017 8:23:31 AM
Last week, the Board of Trustees of Johnson University (Knoxville, TN) announced the selection of L. Thomas Smith, Jr. as president-elect. When he succeeds Dr. Gary Weedman on July 1, 2018, he
Couple raises money for missions - at their wedding!
posted 6/20/2017 5:15:56 PM
Last week, Christian Missionary Fellowship International (Indianapolis, IN) shared the story of Abigail and Alex Nafziger, who raised money for a child in need as part of their wedding celebration. After
Church learns about addiction
posted 6/16/2017 8:31:18 AM
Manchester Church of Christ, the largest church of Christ in Connecticut, recently organized a community forum to learn more about the growing problem of opiate addiction. The event was held in partnership



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Colleges searching for new presidents
posted 5/18/2017 4:09:32 PM
Mid-Atlantic Christian University (Elizabeth City, NC) recently announced that it has begun the search for its next president. MACUís third president, Dr. D. Clay Perkins, will conclude his presidency June 30. Constituents are invited to assist in the search; for more information, click here.

And last week, Johnson University (Knoxville, TN) announced that president Dr. Gary Weedman will retire on June 30, 2018. At that time he will have completed his 11th year as president and his 50th year in Christian higher education. The Board of Trustees, under the direction of chairman L.D. Campbell, has begun the presidential search process, beginning with a presidential transition timeline. This timeline will be finalized and made public this summer. Click here to learn more!
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