Randall University Campus Days

“Campus Days: Find Your Place! Join us on October 24-26, 2019! Designed specifically for high school students, “Campus Days” is a unique opportunity to get a firsthand taste of life on a college campus. Come and see for yourself what it’s like to be a Randall Saint! Participants will attend spend the night in a dorm, enjoyContinue reading “Randall University Campus Days”

Virginia V. Sanders August 22nd, 1927-September 7th 2019

Virginia Vaughn Sanders, 92, went to be with her heavenly Father on September 7th, 2019. Virginia was born in Pangburn, Arkansas on August 22nd, 1927 to Henry Ezell and Susie Blanton Cunningham. Virginia lived in Bryan for over 65 years before moving to Alleyton to reside with her daughter and son-in-law, Vickie and Tony Patranella.Continue reading “Virginia V. Sanders August 22nd, 1927-September 7th 2019”

High Enrollment at Welch

Welch Marks Highest Fall Enrollment in 36 Years Welch College enrolled the highest number of students in 36 years for the Fall 2019 semester, according to Provost Matthew McAffee. Total enrollment statistics indicate 426 students from 24 states, one territory, and five foreign countries, a 5.4 percent increase over last fall’s headcount. The fall ofContinue reading “High Enrollment at Welch”

Randall University Management & Ethics Conference

Friday, October 4, 2019 | 8:00am – 4:00pm Conference Overview The Management & Ethics Conference is presented by the Public Administration Department of Randall University and is tailored to administrators in government, law-enforcement, and nonprofits. The schedule includes four unique tracks featuring engaging sessions led by esteemed community leaders. The purpose is to equip participants withContinue reading “Randall University Management & Ethics Conference”

The Death Of A Pastor: How Should We Proceed

Kyle Howell “Meaningless! Meaningless!” says the Teacher. “Utterly meaningless! Everything is meaningless.” I’m currently taking our church through one of the most profound, yet seemingly depressing letters in the Bible: Ecclesiastes. You see, the Teacher, Solomon, invites the reader into the journey he took to find meaning and fulfillment in life. The problem was, heContinue reading “The Death Of A Pastor: How Should We Proceed”

New Apologetics Resource

“Welch College Press Publishes The Apologetics of Leroy Forlines Welch College Press released a new publication this summer, The Apologetics of Leroy Forlines, by F. Leroy Forlines and J. Matthew Pinson, according to managing editor Matthew Bracey.  “The book debuted at the National Association of Free Will Baptists with much enthusiasm and praise,” Bracey said. “We’re proudContinue reading “New Apologetics Resource”