We have lots of specialty talents represented across our campus . . . from faculty who are experts in their discipline . . . to coaches who know their sport inside and out . . . to administrators and staff who have remarkable gifts to get lots done.
But when the water line breaks on campus, nobody becomes more important than our maintenance technicians.
Our first home football game of the year will be Saturday night at 6:00 vs. Texas College. It will be a great night for football AND our Belhaven Band From Blazerland will be in full uniform for the first time.
Fall sport athletes must deal with the end of a hot Mississippi summer, and so every year, the baseball team treats them to ice cold watermelon.
Dr. John Stott, Honorary Chairman of The Lausanne Movement, went home to be with the Lord on 27 July 2011. With the tributes that have been published in the past few days, we have a growing sense of appreciation for all that he contributed to the work of the gospel over the course of his lifetime.
He was the principal architect of The Lausanne Covenant, the historic statement from 1974 that theologically defined evangelicalism.
If you’re not familiar with Dr. John, this 8 minute video from Lausanne will give you a wonderful overview of his life, and the importance of his message.