“There are many opinions out there about teens and social media. Some say you shouldn’t have it at all, and others say it’s no big deal. But what does the Bible say? Since social media hasn’t been around for very long, the Bible doesn’t specifically talk about it. However, there was media back in Jesus’ […]Read More Another Great Post from Shine!
“Designed specifically for high school students, “Campus Days” is a unique event set up to give a firsthand experience of life on Randall’s campus. You will have the opportunity to: Enjoy a student-led worship service. Attend classes based on your interests. Participate in games and activities. Experience the Saints Community. Many Randall students say that […]Read More Register for Campus Days at Randall March 25-26
As churches continue to put more of their services and other ministry resources online, the Executive Office wants to help. We will be launching “Tech Tips,” a series of short videos on the Better Together Podcast with topics ranging from copyright needs for churches to troubleshooting sound in your live stream. The first video, “Live Stream Basics,” will premiere […]Read More Better Together Podcast to Release “Tech Tips”
Hodges Announces Her Retirement From WNAC Antioch, TN—During its monthly WNAC Board Zoom meeting, Tuesday, January 19, the WNAC Board accepted a notice of retirement from Executive Director Elizabeth Hodges, effective December 31, 2021. Elizabeth submitted the official letter stating, “For several years, I have talked about God’s timing. In recent weeks, He has made […]Read More Hodges Retirement
“Mitchell Tippett, age 32, grandson of longtime Welch College employees, Bert (deceased) and Dianne Tippett, passed away yesterday, January 19, in Wilson, North Carolina, after an extended battle with colon cancer. Mitchell was a Welch alumnus and played for the Flames basketball team. Please be in prayer for Mrs. Dianne Tippett and his parents, Brian […]Read More Pray for the Tippett Family
“A lot of teenagers really want an adult who believes in them. If teens don’t have healthy relationships with adults, their confidence and self-worth can be lacking. They are less likely to develop strong communication and social skills that are needed. Teens who have the support of adults in their life often handle things such […]Read More Tips from Shine!
“Hello! My name is Miranda Howell. I am a senior studying psychology with an emphasis in counseling at Welch College. This year, I was chosen as a recipient of the Dr. Mary R. Wisehart Scholarship. I am extremely grateful to be given this scholarship! I wanted to take this opportunity to tell the Women Nationally […]Read More Welch Wisehart Scholarship Recipient
If there was ever a time to talk about burnout, stress, and throwing up the white flag, that would be now. What a crazy, unpredictable time we’re living through now. Pastors, if you’re running out of material to use for end times illustrations and sermon topics, you might be in the wrong business! My daughter […]Read More Less Burnout
“In the January-March 2021 Treasure Study Guide, Amy Johnson, WNAC Board Chair, shares “Our upcoming theme for the 2021 Bible studies is ’20/20Vision.’ We are to fix our eyes upon Jesus, seeing things through God’s eyes, not our own. We must obey His instructions, draw close enough to God to get a clearer vision, and […]Read More Bible Studies from WNAC
“Sometimes it can be really hard to get teenagers to open up, then when they do you may not know what to talk about. The normal, “how are you?” and “how is life going?” may not get you much of a response. Here are just a few questions that could help you start a great […]Read More Shine! Advice