The faculty members of Johnson University Florida participate in many activities beyond their normal teaching responsibilities, including writing, speaking, presenting at academic meetings, mission trips, and community involvement. Occasionally, we will publish updates on these activities. The list below describes faculty activities from August to November 2016.
The July issue of Christian Standard includes an article featuring Urban Loft Publishers, a publishing house focusing on ideas, topics, themes, and conversations at the intersection of urban studies, theology, and missiology. Stephen Burris, Mark Krause, and Johnson University’s own Dr. Kendi Howells Douglas comprise the management team for Urban Loft Publishers, which the trio bought from its prior owners in January with the intention of expanding its offerings.
Last month, nine youth groups descended on the Johnson University Florida campus for The Event. Organized by JUFL’s energetic admissions staff, The Event is a conference consisting of high-energy worship, outdoor activities, service projects, devotional times, small groups, and informative workshops for high school and college-aged students.
New Creation represents the University at various churches during their annual tour and performs on campus during special events.
Johnson University announces the formation of a local chapter of Sigma Beta Delta International Honor Society for business, management, and administration. The purpose of the chapter is to encourage and recognize scholarship and accomplishment among students in the University’s School of Business and Public Leadership. The chapter will also promote personal and professional improvement and honorable service to humankind. The chapter was formed thanks to the initiative and combined efforts of Alicia Crumpton, Ph.D.; Wilbur Reid, Ph.D.; and Rachel Nawrocki, Ph.D.
Dr. Harvey and Dr. Howells Douglas discuss the new programs offered at JUFL.
For the fifth time, Johnson University has record enrollment!
Alumni Arron Chambers ('92) wrote an article for the Christian Standard on the value of a Christian college education.
Dr. David Eubanks and his wife, Margaret, are excellent examples to this student body of what it looks like to seek first the Kingdom of Heaven. Their lifestyles reflect both the humility of Christ and His commitment to pouring into individuals.
At times, learning can be completely overwhelming. As Dr. Roger Chambers once said, “After four years you will merely have found the door to the library.”