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Students Remind Us That “The Dream” Still Matters

Participants march past Reardon Auditorium on the AU campus.

On Monday, January 20, 2020, Anderson University will celebrate the legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a day of service projects and opportunities for reflection and hands-on learning. Classes will be suspended for the day. Monday, January 20, will include the traditional Anderson University participation in the citywide MLK Jr. Day celebration at the Paramount Theatre. Students can take advantage of the shuttle service from Olt Student Center every fifteen minutes between 11:30 AM and 12:45 PM. The citywide celebration will conclude with the annual Peace and Justice March from Paramount Theatre to Reardon Auditorium. Continue reading

CHOG Convention 2015 Schedule Released

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Photo: Convention worshipers in 2014 at Crossings Community Church, Oklahoma City.

By Carl Stagner

Last year, for the first time in more than a century, the Church of God Convention was held outside of Anderson, Indiana. The location and venue weren’t the only updates, however. Church of God people from across the country and around the world noticed a change in the format, duration, and daily schedule. Now that the schedule has been released for Church of God Convention 2015 (June 22–25), many will notice improved flow, a greater variety of options, and an even more strategic sequence of activities. Continue reading

CHOG Convention 2014: Reunions, Receptions, and Refreshments

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By Carl Stagner

Behind the lights, sound, big-name speakers, and programming of the Church of God Convention 2014, is a family. When Church of God people gather together from coast to coast, inevitably some saint will address another as sister or brother. Even Bill Gaither recognized the family nature of the church in his classic “Family of God” tune. When the Church of God plans a convention, it’s impossible for the family members not to mingle, reacquaint, and make special connections based on shared experiences. Thus, there is now a list* of reunions, receptions, and times of refreshment (and refreshments!). Continue reading