Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tenn., recently presented award of appreciation to two well-known ministers: Milton Sewell, president of Freed-Hardeman University in Henderson, Tenn., and Lynn Anderson, founder of Hope Network Ministries, a mentoring ministry for church leaders based in San Antonio
Sewell and his wife, Laurel, and Anderson and his wife, Carolyn, were honored with appreciation dinners at Lipscomb’s annual summer lecture series.
The awards were given to honor the two minister’s “tireless devotion to the Lord and his kingdom.” Lipscomb President Randy Lowry said it was a pleasure to recognize two couples who “share their vision for the kingdom every day.”
Faulkner law school added to Princeton Review
Faulkner University’s Thomas Goode School of Law is one of only five law schools that The Princeton Review is adding to its annual book of best law schools.
The Montgomery, Ala., school will be included in the “Best 170 Law Schools” book, which will be available in stores Oct. 9.
Robert Franek, vice president and publisher of Princeton Review, said the selection criteria cover three areas: academic programs, institutional data and students’ opinions. He said the review is pleased to recommend Faulkner “as one of America’s finest law schools.”
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Harding expands online religious offerings
Harding University in Searcy, Ark., continues expanding its Distance Delivery of Bible program.
Twelve online classes are scheduled in the 2007-08 school year. New courses include Prison Epistles, Israelite History and Paul.