Students attend Discipleship Class in record breaking numbers

By Morgan Page, Staff Writer Last week, a diverse group of students from nearly every athletic team and group gathered for the first time this semester for a weekly discipleship class with campus pastor, Steve Edwards. What began in 2015 with merely three students in a small classroom has exploded into a class of nearly …

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Ministry Partner of MLK, Jr. Ministers to Students

On April 3, Brewton-Parker College continued the emphasis on honoring the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with a special guest speaker. Dr. F. Lee Carter, special guest speaker, shared his experiences from working alongside MLK, Jr. Attendees of the chapel service were invited to the front of Saliba Chapel to view some pictures Carter brought from his experiences working with MLK, Jr.

New Academic Success Center Program Assistant

Brewton-Parker College has hired a new Program Assistant for their Academic Success Center. However, current students will recognize new hire Stephen Collins from his own days as a student. Collins is a 2017 Christian Studies alumnus.

Campus Minister Shares About Finding Our Value

On February 13, 2018, Coach Madison Herrin, the campus minister delivered a powerful message about where Christians should find their value. The service began with worship led by students Morgan Brantley, Branden Lewis, and Carolina Murray.

Edwards Teaches Students about Influence

On January 30, 2018, Coach Steve Edwards, the campus pastor for Brewton-Parker College, spoke about the power of influence. The service opened with a prayer from Athletic Director, Daniel Prevett. Following the prayer, student Gregory Ragland presented an impressive rendition of Amazing Grace on the saxophone.

Campus Minister Shares, “God Has a Plan for Every One”

Madison Herrin, Campus Minster and the head softball coach for Brewton-Parker College, took the stage of Saliba Chapel on Tuesday, October 3 to preach the college’s weekly chapel service. Herrin’s stated goal for the message was to convey to the congregation that God has a plan for everyone.

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