Isaac Bourne, graduate theology student, uses his gifts for His glory in his ministry career as he seeks a deeper understanding of God's word. Explore your academic goals at http://www.fhu.edu/academics.
As part of the Freed-Hardeman University Engaged Learning Initiative, English and music students traveled to Dark Horse Studios in Nashville to learn more about the process of writing and recording a song.
The 81st Annual Freed-Hardeman Bible Lectureship, "Identity in Crisis: Daniel's Vision for the Future," was held on February 5-9, 2017. Thank you to all who attended. Learn more at fhu.edu/lectureship.
Darren Heintzman, class of 2017, plans to use his gifts for His glory as he prepares to attend graduate school and study interdisciplinary biomedical sciences. Explore your academic goals at fhu.edu/academics.
Patrick Spears, class of 2016, plans to follow in his family’s footsteps by pursuing a career in the criminal justice field. Attending Freed-Hardeman University helped him discover his gifts for His glory.
Abby Lambert, class of 2016, is the fifth member of her family to attend Freed-Hardeman University. Lambert plans to use her gifts for His glory in the world of theatre by being a shining light in a typically secular industry.
Professor of Bible and philosophy Dr. Ralph Gilmore will participate in a debate hosted by the Warren Christian Apologetics Center, in conjunction with Buckeyes for Christ at The Ohio State University Tuesday, Sept. 27. Gilmore will debate Dr. Alex Rosenberg, author and Duke professor. "Is God a Moral Monster?" will be the question debated.
The FHU family gathered April 8, 2016, to celebrate the realization of a beloved librarian's dream and thank John and Rosemary Brown and other donors, as the Hope Barber Shull Academic Resource Center was dedicated.
We applaud each person whose hard work provided incredible memories for our students (past, present and future), families and friends at Makin’ Music 2016! Thank you for making our 39th show amazing. Keep up with plans for #MakinMusic40 at http://fhu.edu and https://www.facebook.com/freedhardeman.
Freed-Hardeman University is thankful to be part of the Dickson community at the Renaissance Center, partnering with Nashville State Community College and offering bachelor’s and graduate degrees in Middle Tennessee. Learn more at fhu.edu/dickson.
Are you and your friends ready for your summer adventure on 77 acres of magic? Our Mid-South family will tell you that something special happens at this faith-focused, life-changing, inspiring, joy-filled, eye-opening, uplifting camp. Make memories singing, reading, dreaming, hoping, growing, rowing, climbing and sliding... together. Learn more and register at fhu.edu/msyc.
What do Dr. Joe DeLay’s infinity chalk line, chocolate goop, IHOP, goats, bonfires, painting the lion, caroling and Dr. Wiley’s bling have to do with your future? Ask our students and alumni, and join our FHU family, where talented faculty not only teach you today, they’ll encourage you for a lifetime. Their mission is to prepare you for your future.
Your future: His glory. Learn more at http://www.fhu.edu/admissions.
From our students to faculty and staff to alumni and donors, we’re thankful for the examples of giving we see each day. Because you give, Freed-Hardeman remains a shining light in a dark world. We are 72,254 strong – students, alumni and friends of Freed-Hardeman University – side-by-side, giving time, talents and treasure. Thank you for allowing your legacy to reflect His glory.
Dr. Don Shull, Freed-Hardeman University Professor Emeritus of English and husband of the late Hope Barber Shull, and Wade Osburn, FHU Library Director, spoke about the Hope Barber Shull Academic Resource Center on its opening day, Monday, Feb. 1, 2016. Prospective students, students, alumni and friends are invited to the center’s dedication Friday, April 8, 2016, at 1 p.m.
Dr. Kent Brantly, the speaker at Freed-Hardeman University’s 51st Benefit Dinner, recorded a message to encourage FHU students to be grounded in Christ, learning to love the Lord their God with all their heart, soul, mind and strength and to love their neighbors as themselves.
The Clayton Investment Team, comprised of eight students and coordinated by two faculty advisors, has managed a $1 million stock portfolio since 2006 when Jim Clayton, chairman of Clayton Bancorp, Inc., provided the funds for the initial investment. Since the fund inception, the students' consistent approach has generated earnings of more than $500,000 while providing an invaluable educational experience.
FHU student Midly Jadis talks about his life at FHU and how student scholarships funded by the FHU Christian Store help students like him. Learn more about the FHU Christian Store at http://christianstore.fhu.edu.
At Freed-Hardeman University, we help students prepare for life, develop their skills and participate in Christ's Kingdom. With study abroad opportunities, Honors College, the Clayton Investment Team, mission trips, Makin' Music, athletics and much more, there is something for every student to develop talents to serve and lead. Come to FHU, where faith and reason create Christian leaders.