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#FHU will cover 100% of any financial aid gap for qualified, new students ... Learn more at http://t.co/Lssp0D0P4Q . http://t.co/JDUONAi7zP
2016 Lion baseball regular season schedule announced - http://t.co/yx9f6EdaMY http://t.co/XC2p16A0dV
The results are in and the winning topic for Horizons 2016, with 42% of the vote (2nd place had 25%), is: Do Not... http://t.co/gFoXNNLQMX
Annalisa Daughety to Speak at FHU Oct. 19
Annalisa Daughety will be at Freed-Hardeman University Monday, Oct. 19, to speak at 10:30 a.m. in Loyd Auditorium. She is also scheduled to speak as a part of...
Seniors, here's your chance to score some great scholarships! http://t.co/Q9ztsTheTD
Lady Lions top Cumberland in nail biter; move to 12-5 on season - http://t.co/2Hx5NEUXHT http://t.co/OCxUfDrIVE
Volleyball - Won 3-2 (25-19,25-21,23-25,15-25,15-8) over Cumberland Univ.
VOLLEYBALL: FHU defeats Cumberland 3-2 (25-19,25-21, 23-25, 15-25, 15-8). They improve to 12-5 on the season.
VOLLEYBALL: Lady Lions win set five, 15-8 over Cumberland.
VOLLEYBALL: Lady Lions continue their lead 10-8 in set 5 forcing a Cumberland timeout.
VOLLEYBALL: Lady Lions open up set 5 with a strong 5-3 lead over Cumberland.
VOLLEYBALL: Cumberland wins set four 25-15 to tie up the match 2-2.
VOLLEYBALL: Cumberland further extends their lead to 18-10 over FHU in set 4.
VOLLEYBALL: Cumberland opens up set 4 with a 8-3 lead over FHU.
VOLLEYBALL: Cumberland takes set three, 25-23. Lady Lions lead the match 2-1.
VOLLEYBALL: Cumberland takes the lead 21-19 in set 3 forcing a FHU timeout.
VOLLEYBALL: FHU and Cumberland tie up set 3 at 16-16.
VOLLEYBALL: After trailing 2-6 to start out set 3, Lady Lions now lead Cumberland 11-6.
VOLLEYBALL: Lady Lion pulls out set 2 over Cumberland at 25-21 with a kill by Amanda Cunningham. FHU leads 2-0.
VOLLEYBALL: Lady Lions have led the entire 2nd set, but Cumberland has cut FHUs lead to only 1 at 21-20.
VOLLEYBALL: Lady Lions take set one, 25-19 over Cumberland.
VOLLEYBALL: Lady Lions playing well against Cumberland, leading 21-12. Allie Moss leading with the kills in the first set.
VOLLEYBALL: FHU extends their lead to 10-7 forcing Cumberland to take a timeout in set 1.
At #FHU students develop their God-given talents and grow spiritually each day. Come visit to learn more! http://t.co/4v4drACx9F
One week until the first Maroon and Gold Day of the semester! There's still plenty of time to sign up! http://t.co/CUmFIQ577f
Don't let classes and assignments get the best of you. FHU Libraries are here! #FHU… https://t.co/8ztJFW1g5O
RT @ProfMarkum: Honored and nervous to speak at FHU chapel today. Praying my words can give clarity & practical meaning to a hard message of self-sacrifice.
When upon life’s billows you are tempest tossed, When you are discouraged, thinking all is lost, Count your many blessings; name them one by one, And it will surprise you what the Lord hath done.
The Bible Dept. needs a FULL house tonight for devo! Come hear @SupItsNicMoon and make it onto the FHU website! #WhoAmI
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Register now! http://t.co/yGGcOg06fC Or stop by the library to grab one of Dr. Geisler's books. #FHU… https://t.co/fE0hZWjj3R
VOLLEYBALL MATCH PREVIEW: FHU vs. Cumberland - http://t.co/y46sctioQV http://t.co/S6GRe5GF30
From Dr. Barbara England: "One of my students at FHU/Dickson, Sarah Sensing, brought her daughter, Sophia, to class today. Sophia said she enjoyed her first college class at FHU!"
“Do not fear any of those things which you are about to suffer. Indeed, the devil is about to throw some of you into prison, that you may be tested, and you will have tribulation ten days. Be faithful...
RT @JSWriterCraig: See our newest college standout athletes! @AlexMeany, @wdtanner, @UnionXC, @UTM_XC_TF, @Bethelmensoccer and more: http://t.co/sPtQ75JI2d
Today is the last day to vote for the 2016 Horizons theme! Get the word out and vote with your youth group today!... http://t.co/jngLWfBELH
Meany ignites Lions offense to 3-1 victory over Harris Stowe - http://t.co/gHbzFvC3uT http://t.co/xBQWNRJq5U
Scoreless match hands Lady Lions first tie of season - http://t.co/I5QqAPt3jb http://t.co/y4QaWqmhLs
Women's Soccer - Tied 0-0 to Harris-Stowe State College
Men's Soccer - Won 3-1 over Harris-Stowe State College
MSOCCER: Lions defeat HSSU 3-1. They improve to 5-4 on the season and to 3-2 in conference play.
MSOCCER: #10 of Harris Stowe makes their first goal of the game at the 61'. Score now 3-1.
LIVE on #Periscope: MSOCCER: FHU leads Harris Stowe 3-0 at the 53' https://t.co/Q4hZNqSn1a
MSOCCER: Lions lead Harris Stowe 3-0 . FHU with 5 SOG and Harris Stowe with 3 SOG. Meany with 2 goals and Segura with 1 goal.
MSOCCER: Jorge Segura increases FHU lead to 3-0 with a goal at the 23'
MSOCCER: Alex Meany finds the net again at the 8' off a cross of Jorge Segura. FHU leads Harris-Stowe 2-0.
MSOCCER: Alex Meany makes his return from injury felt by scoring in the 3' to give FHU the lead 1-0.
WSOCCER: FHU and Harris Stowe State game ends in a tie.
WSOCCER: First overtime wasn't enough, still scoreless and headed to the second overtime with Harris Stowe.
WSOCCER: End of regulation with Harris Stowe State headed into the first overtime 0-0.
LIVE on #Periscope: WSOCCER: Scoreless at the 70' https://t.co/umNLQTcIF0
WSOCCER: Game still scoreless at halftime. Pretty evenly matched with 2 SOG for the Lady Lions and 3 SOG for Harris Stowe State.
LIVE on #Periscope: WSOCCER: Lady Lion soccer are back at home to take on Harris-Stowe State. https://t.co/aYN1DWoRwM
Lady Lions pick up 11th win of season; blank Morthland College - http://t.co/qwxlJCI9Me http://t.co/YY3k6A698M
Volleyball - Won 3-0 (25-15,25-15,25-15) over Morthland College
VOLLEYBALL: Lady Lions defeat Morthland 3-0 (25-15, 25-15, 25-15). They improve to 11-5 on the season.
VOLLEYBALL: FHU take win 25-15 in set 2. Leading the match 2-0.
VOLLEYBALL: Lady Lions take the 1st set 25-16 over Morthland.
LIVE on #Periscope: VOLLEYBALL: Lady Lions prepare to take on Morthland. https://t.co/TFupQIgXHV
Lady Lions pick up hard fought win over Hannibal LaGrange - http://t.co/l2efo7ts8M http://t.co/hT6x88pyGr
Volleyball - Won 3-1 (22-25,26-24,31-29,25-16) over Hannibal-LaGrange University
VOLLEYBALL: Lady Lions defeat Hannibal-LaGrange 3-1 (22-25, 26-24, 31-29, 25-16)
LIVE on #Periscope: VOLLEYBALL: Lady Lions take a 6-2 lead in set 4. https://t.co/iqFNPmEyk2
VOLLEYBALL: Lady Lions take the 3rd set 31-29 and lead the match 2-1.
For His Glory: Mountaintop Experiences
International travel to Europe, Central America and the Middle East make the world our classroom. Perspectives change as students gain a deeper understanding of...
Rudeness is never an acceptable behavior for Christians. Regardless how others criticize, belittle, or treat you, it’s never acceptable to be mean and inconsiderate. Love does not do to others what love...
Many schools are about to be on fall break, and that could be a perfect time for you to experience FHU by visiting campus!
Tour campus, see the dorms, attend chapel, navigate financial aid, meet current...
From today's The Jackson Sun | jacksonsun.com: "Every year, real estate brokers and Freed-Hardeman University professors come together with high school students, stay-at-home moms and a myriad of others...
A new academic year means a new opportunity to communicate with you about what's going in theatre here at FHU.
Loving one another not only requires “long suffering” but it is kind. To be kind is to be considerate, tenderhearted, easy to get along with, agreeable, and compassionate with one another.
The Chester County BBQ Festival is this weekend — September 25-26, and we appreciate the Henderson/Chester County Chamber of Commerce staff and volunteers who are hosting our community's 38th celebration!...
“Love suffers long and is kind; love does not envy; love does not parade itself, is not puffed up; does not behave rudely, does not seek its own, is not provoked, thinks no evil; does not rejoice in iniquity,...
The Freed-Hardeman Graduate School of Theology Research Symposium seeks to bring a well-known expert in a field relevant to biblical studies to Freed-Hardeman University for academic advancement.
Loving one another is a key and important theme of Christianity. Loving others is something that followers of Jesus must do (Matt. 5:43-47; Jo. 15:12, 17).
For His Glory: Setting the Standards
When Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam tapped FHU College of Education and Behavioral Sciences Dean Sharen Cypress for the state’s Standards Recommendation Committee,...
R.U.S.H. 2015 is in the books! It was a record breaking year as we had 1800 guests on campus. Thanks to all who made #FHURUSH such a spiritually uplifting weekend.
#FHURUSH is already off to a great start tonight with an evening concert with The Vespers! A special thanks to the band and to all of our RUSH at FHU guests for creating an awesome atmosphere!
Former FHU Lady Lions Basketball star joins professional team!
Heaven! When you think of heaven, what thoughts come to mind? For me, when I think of heaven, it’s a place that I long to go. Why?
The twenty-third psalm is possibly one of the most known passages in the Bible. Can you recite it? The story is told by Robert Ketchum in his book, I Shall Not Want, of a Sunday school teacher who asked...
The challenge for today is to live each day to His glory. In Psalm 90:12, Moses prays for God to “…teach us to number our days.”
Love one another, for love is of God. He who loves is born of God; And knows God. He who does not love, does not know God, For God is love, God is love, God is love.
The Ayers Leadership Series welcomes Willie Franklin to campus today. Franklin is a former NFL player, who gave up professional football to become a preacher and missionary. Stateside, his ministry has...
“Surely He has borne our grief And carried our sorrows; Yet we esteemed Him stricken, smitten by God, and afflicted. But He was wounded for our transgressions, He was bruised for our iniquities; The chastisement...
Last night, students donated to the Shepherds Orphanage in Haiti at Paint for a Purpose! The money collected will go towards the purchase of school supplies for special needs children.
The 2015 Athletics Hall of Fame Induction ceremony will kick off the Hall of Fame Weekend at FHU on Friday, September 11 beginning at 6:00 PM. The weekend will also consist of a car show, FHU Baseball...
As we reflect today, we're thankful for this assurance: "He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds." — Psalms 147:3
To God be the glory, great things He hath done; So loved He the world that He gave us His Son,
Who yielded His life an atonement for sin, And opened the life gate that all may go in.
“Kindness; According to the multitude of Your tender Mercies, Blot out my transgressions” (Psa. 51:1).
Congratulations to the men's and women's golf teams for competing in the Labor Day Intercollegiate Tournament!
This past week we had an amazing carnival in the Commons for students, faculty and staff, and their families. This is my second year here at FHU, which makes it my second time to attend the UPC Carnival....
We extend sympathy to the family of John and Georgia DeBerry. Sister DeBerry passed away yesterday afternoon. Brother DeBerry is a gospel preacher, a member of the Board of Trustees, and a member of the...
Via Tony Allen: "Henry Cho has been very kind and gracious to us at Freed-Hardeman. I'm thankful for him and his talents. We had a great time tonight."
“Call upon Me in the day of trouble: I will deliver you, And you shall glorify Me” (Psa. 50:15).
We hope you'll join us for the 51st Benefit Dinner Friday, Dec. 4, as Dr. Kent Brantly discusses our call to serve our neighbors. You can find more information at http://fhu.edu/brantly. https://youtu.be/gxmxMAgRnDY
“What can the righteous do when they experience a tragedy or situation in life that shakes their faith?”
“What do the righteous do when they experience a tragedy or situation in life that shakes their faith?”
“In the Lord I put my trust; How can you say to my soul, ‘Flee as a bird to your mountain’?” For look! The wicked bend their bow, They make ready their arrow on the string, That they may shoot secretly...
“Lying lips are an abomination to the Lord, But those Who deal truthfully are His delight” (Prov. 12:22).
This is my third year at Freed-Hardeman University. I have been an Interface leader twice, given campus tours for a year and a half, and worked at Mid-South Youth Camp for three summers. I’ve gotten to...
“Do all things without complaining and disputing, that you may…shine as lights in the world” (Phil. 2:14-15).
“Come to Me, all you who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take My yoke upon you and learn from Me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For My...
“Whereas you do not know what will happen tomorrow. For what is your life? It is even a vapor that appears for a little time and then vanishes away” (Jas. 4:14).
“For by grace you have been saved through faith, that not of yourselves; it is a gift of God, not of works, lest anyone should boast” (Ephesians 2:8-9).
“Blessed is the man Who walks not in the counsel of the ungodly, Nor stands in the path of sinners, Nor sits in the seat of the scornful; But his delight is in the law of the Lord, And in His law he mediates...
“I will praise You, O Lord, with my whole heart: I will tell of all Your marvelous works. I will be glad and rejoice in You: I will sing praise to Your name, O Most High” (Psalm 90:1-2).
“For whom He foreknew, He also predestined to be conformed to the image of His Son,…” (Romans 8:29).
Rejoice in the Lord always. Again I will say, rejoice…
Dr. Kelly Green, interventional cardiologist for the Jackson Clinic, spoke at a Freed-Hardeman University Ethics Colloquium Monday, October 5, beginning at 6:00pm. in Ayers Auditorium located in FHU’s Brown-Kopel Business Center. Green spoke to students and guests on the ethics of organ donation and transplants.
Twelve students from Freed-Hardeman University Theatre will write, direct and perfect a 40-minute play from scratch in 24 hours. The “No Doze” theatre production will then be presented at FHU’s Black Box Theatre, Saturday, October 10, at 7:00pm.
Freed-Hardeman University hosted its annual program in recognition of Constitution Day Thursday, September 17, in the Crews-Colbert Activities Center. More than 50 students and guests attended the panel discussion of the current constitutional “crisis” in America.
The Freed-Hardeman University Graduate School of Theology will host a research symposium Friday, Oct. 9. Noted author, philosopher and apologist Dr. Norman Geisler will speak at three sessions beginning at 9 a.m. in Ayers Auditorium in FHU’s Brown-Kopel Business Center.
RUSH 2015 “will be one of the best we have ever had,” Joe Askew, Director of Admissions at Freed-Hardeman University, said. The annual youth rally, set for Sept. 18 - 20, draws middle and high school students from across the country to FHU’s campus.
Since the spring of 2014, the approach to teaching introductory cell biology at Freed-Hardeman University has incorporated activities exposing students to the complexities of cancer research.
A Freed-Hardeman University marketing professor took his students out of the classroom and into the marketplace during an August short course.
In conjunction with the Connections Series, the Freed-Hardeman University Department of Fine Arts will host “Tennessee Music Boxes: From the Tennessee River Valley” September 3 - October 1 in the Troy Plunk Art Gallery on the FHU campus.
The work of a Freed-Hardeman University art professor will be on exhibit August 30 - September 30, 2015, at the Corinth Art Center in Corinth, Mississippi.
A retired Freed-Hardeman University Bible professor issued a challenge to students Wednesday, Aug.19, at the school’s annual Tolling of the Bell to begin officially the 2015-16 school year. Dr. Clyde Woods urged students to honor their parents, their Freed-Hardeman family and their own values.
Freed-Hardeman University presented service awards to 46 members of the faculty and staff in recognition of their years of service Tuesday, Aug. 18.
Freed-Hardeman University has added a total of six full-time faculty members at its three locations: Henderson, Dickson and Memphis.
When new Freed-Hardeman University students moved into their dorm rooms Saturday, Aug. 15, approximately 150 members of the faculty and staff greeted them. Volunteers offered helping hands as students moved their belongings into the space they will call home for the next nine months.
Freed-Hardeman University’s annual Tolling of the Bell will officially begin the 2015-16 school year August 19 at 10:30am in Loyd Auditorium. Retired professors Clyde and Ann Woods and freshman Matthew Johnson will serve as masters of the bell.
Freed-Hardeman University will welcome new students Saturday morning, August 15, when they move into the residence halls. Returning students, faculty and staff will extend a “helping hand” to assist with the moving in process.
Freed-Hardeman University / Dickson has added three full-time faculty members at FHU / Dickson. The three will teach behavioral sciences, education and business courses this fall.
Freed-Hardeman University Dean of the College of Education and Behavioral Sciences Sharen Cypress has been appointed to the Standards Recommendation Committee by Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam. She will be among ten committee members making final recommendations to the State Board of Education on new standards to fit the needs of Tennessee’s K-12 students.
The work of a Freed-Hardeman University art professor will be on exhibit July 17-August 21, 2015, at the Jan Dempsey Art Center in Auburn, Alabama.
Freed-Hardeman University has become the latest university to be welcomed into the CFA Institute University Recognition Program. The Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance program has been acknowledged as incorporating at least 70 percent of the CFA Program Candidate Body of Knowledge (CBOK) and placing emphasis on the CFA Institute Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice within the program.
Dr. Caleb Kersey, assistant professor of biology at Freed-Hardeman University, and Darren Heintzman, a junior biology major from Sistersville, West Virginia, attended a meeting of the American Society of Microbiology May 30 - June 2, 2015, in New Orleans.
Twelve students from Freed-Hardeman University Theatre will write, direct and perfect a 40-minute play from scratch in 24 hours. The “No Doze” theatre...
Many schools are about to be on fall break, and that could be a perfect time for you to experience FHU by visiting campus!
Tour campus, see the dorms,...