TTU on Mission
Tennessee Temple University has extended its missions educational reach around the world again in its partnership with the Rawlings Foundation and Highlands Bible College. Over five years ago, Tennessee Temple University began a partnership in training pastors and missionaries in Tanzania, Africa. Dr. Byron Edens, Executive Vice President of Tennessee Temple University, was the speaker this year f... Read More
First appearance USCAA National Championship
The Tennessee Temple men’s basketball team has earned the No. 6th seed to the United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) Division I National Championships which are scheduled for March 4-8 on the campus of Penn State-Fayette in Uniontown, PA. The announcement was made Tuesday afternoon as part of the USCAA Division I National Selecti... Read More
Statement of Reconciliation
Dear TTU family,
As part of our ten year reaccreditation process with TRACS, we have done some extensive surveying of the TTU constituency. The survey results have mirrored the feedback that I and other TTU leadership have received informally for the past two years. Very often there are positive affirmations of the past ministry and heritage of the school and its future promise. However, i... Read More
William Carey once said, “To know the will of God, we need an open Bible and an open map.”
Robert Moffat, who inspired David Livingstone, said, “In the vast plain to the north I have sometimes seen, in the morning sun, the smoke of a thousand villages where no missionary has ever been.”
Jesus said, “The harvest is truly plenteous, but the labourers are f... Read More
Chattanooga the Most Bible-Minded City in U.S.
The richly distinct cultural climates of our nation’s cities are often made up of social, economic, and political values, but what about the spiritual values? How does the spiritual profile of one city differ from another?
The Barna Group recently examined a combination of the top 100 cities where regular Bible reading coincided with people’s belief in the accuracy of Scripture. The ... Read More