Goldman: ‘God is counting on us to do what’s right’ Goldman: ‘God is counting on us to do what’s right’
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News Goldman: ‘God is counting on us to do what’s right’

Goldman: ‘God is counting on us to do what’s right’

Moses Goldman, executive vice president of Lane College, spoke in chapel about “What happens when people in authority commit sin.” Throughout his message, Goldman used the story of Judah and Tamar as an example, found in Genesis 38:11-26. Goldman began by explaining that while Judah made his own mistakes and had a set of problems, the overall issue didn’t start […]

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Hornbeak reflects on design experience, teaching photography

Heather Hornbeak, adjunct photography professor, graduated from Union in 2004 with a degree in graphic design. Like many graduates, she had to answer a challenging question: What’s next? Hornbeak’s friend was working at Griffin Technology, a rapidly growing company in Nashville, and encouraged her to join the company as a graphic designer. iPods were beginning to drastically change the way […]

Sports Baseball team off to strong start

Baseball team off to strong start

After winning all four games since the beginning of this season, three of which were shutout games, the Union baseball team, under the leadership of Coach Lee Driggers, is off to a strong start. Driggers pushes his players to perform at 100 percent, and already it appears to be paying off. However, in the midst of impressive victories against Ouachita Baptist […]

Life Student leaders help with the freshmen move-in process.

Welcome Week leader application deadline nears

Sometimes for Welcome Week leaders, smearing peanut butter in your hair or drinking a cup of spit just comes with the job. In the fast-paced blur that is Welcome Week, leaders strive to make an impact on incoming students. A favorite for many is the Welcome Week show. The show has many traditional parts, including using peanut butter for different parts […]

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NAMB president speaks on hot water, the church
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NAMB president speaks on hot water, the church

John Michael Ezell experienced hot water for the first time as his adopted father held his hands underneath a faucet in a hotel room. Kevin Ezell, president of the North American Mission Board and father of John Michael, said his son’s face lit up, saying “that is wonderful.” Ezell said it was amazing to see an 11-year-old “fired up” about […]

Student leaders help with the freshmen move-in process.
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Welcome Week leader application deadline nears

Sometimes for Welcome Week leaders, smearing peanut butter in your hair or drinking a cup of spit just comes with the job. In the fast-paced blur that is Welcome Week, leaders strive to make an impact on incoming students. A favorite for many is the Welcome Week show. The show has many traditional parts, including using peanut butter for different parts […]

Bulldogs weather the winter storm
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Bulldogs weather the winter storm

The men’s basketball team seemed to suffer with the winter blues before putting it together as January wore on. Though the men struggled at first, losing six out of their seven away games, they bounced back winning the last four consecutive home games. The Bulldogs are 9-0 in conference at home. The men are in a four-way tie for second […]

Super Bowl 50 Commercials: The most memorable
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Super Bowl 50 Commercials: The most memorable

Every year there is one major event that brings family and friends together for camaraderie and criticism—The Big Game (because the other, more popular, way you know it is copyrighted). Whether you find yourself a die-hard fan of football or a chips and dip enthusiast with little knowledge of the game, the end of another NFL season can always be celebrated. […]

Union celebrates 40 years in North Jackson
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Union celebrates 40 years in North Jackson

As alumni filled in the front rows of Union University’s G.M. Savage Memorial Chapel Friday morning, some joked that when they were students they gravitated toward the back. Alongside hundreds of current students, they sang the same congregational hymns they sang during the campus dedication service in 1975: “All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name” and “Guide Me, O Thou […]

Volunteers eat with participant during lunchtime at the ComeUnity Cafe. | Photo by Meg Rushing
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PERSPECTIVE: The Music of ComeUnity Café

The garden is a block away from the café, a small oasis of green amidst the severe office buildings and cloudy gray-scale urban landscape that makes up downtown Jackson. It doesn’t draw attention to itself, and many pedestrians walk quickly by without even noticing it, busy with their phones or their thoughts or their plans to hurry on to something, somewhere, […]

PERSPECTIVE: Five Words
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PERSPECTIVE: Five Words

By Todd Brady, Vice President for University Ministries Welcome back! God has so much in store for us this semester. Regardless of what lies before you over the next 15 weeks, I pray that the following five words would be characteristic of your life—both this semester and in the years to come. Godliness Pursue God. “As you have received Christ […]