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SCHOOL AND CHURCH BELLS RINGING

  By LORETTA FULTON The aroma of poppy seed chicken coming from the kitchen at Pioneer Drive Baptist Church. The impressive Parade of Flags at Abilene Christian University’s opening chapel. McMurry University’s chaplain urging students to email her with prayer requests. All are signs that a new year of campus spiritual life has kicked off at Abilene’s three church-affiliated universities.

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MORE THAN ‘JUST A GUY’

Hardin-Simmons University News Release Joseph Eunice was busy enough working and earning his doctorate of physical therapy from Hardin-Simmons University, but when he saw a need in Mityana, Uganda, he knew he had the time to help children in need. Eunice, who graduate in 2019, is the director of operations at Just A Guy Ministries (JAG), where he fundraises to

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HSU EXPAND GLOBAL FOOTPRINT

FROM HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY What started as a meeting in the HSU cafeteria has grown to an international partnership with multiple departments of the university. When Grey Hoff, associate vice president for marketing and global engagement, met Kisemei Kupe three years ago, he quickly found out that Kupe had a heart for the Lord and a calling to minister to his

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WHY ARE WE SO ANGRY?

Editor’s Note: Kelly Pigott is professor of church history at Hardin-Simmons University. He also is an author and creator of the blog, Spilled Coffee on Ancient Scrolls. His lastest book is “From Eden to Heaven,” The following post originally was posted on his blog and is reprinted here by permission. BY KELLY PIGOTT Is it just me, or does it

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LEARNING LIFE FROM THE DYING

HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY While Lynsi Johnson has learned much from her professors at Logsdon School of Theology and Hardin-Simmons University, she learns about life from the people she serves as a chaplain and the people she meets on the streets. “The dying and the homeless are two populations that could teach the world a lot about humility and compassion for life,”

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HSU HUMANITARIANS HONORED

By LORETTA FULTON The following article by Loretta Fulton first was published in the Abilene Reporter-News  June 29 July will be a momentous month for Dennis and Janelle O’Connell, but June wasn’t bad either. On July 7, the couple will celebrate 40 years of marriage and on July 20 they will depart for Thailand for their 20th mission trip with

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HSU PROFESSOR AT HOME IN INDIA

HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY NEWS RELEASE Travel courses are a way for students to experience new places, but for Dr. Priscilla Selvaraj, a May term trip to India was going home. Selvaraj led six students from May 15-26 for a psychology class titled “Discovering Self through Experiencing Diversity.” As an associate professor of psychology and counseling, Selvaraj wanted her students to study

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