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August 14, 2017

Weekly Reflection – Stability

Weekly Reflection – Stability

STABILITY “Grow where you’ve been planted…because the grass is probably not greener on the other side.”  (Old Proverb) It seems that stability  or “steadfastness” is a key component of the mature spiritual life.  For example in a monastery the monks commit to staying in their particular community for life, regardless of whatever practical or management changes…
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August 8, 2017

Weekly Reflection

Weekly Reflection

“Snake!” Humans have always had an innate fear of snakes.  In the Bible snakes have served as a symbol of the “evil one” or the “deceiver”.  In Genesis 3 we read the story of Adam and Eve and their encounter with the lying serpent.  Proverbs 23:32 speaks of wine going down smoothly but in the…
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May 18, 2017

New Website is Now Live!

New Website is Now Live!

NationsUniversity is pleased to announce its new website. The University is always seeking better ways to serve its students. An alumnus sent us this letter, “I also wish to express my deep excitement over the renewal of the school’s website! It is so visually pleasing and I believe showcases that NU has been all along. Please…
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October 4, 2016

Are You Bearing Fruit?

Are You Bearing Fruit?

Being a Christian means being obedient to all the commands that Jesus has given us. Some are easy to do, like being baptized when we first believed, others are not so easy. How do we know if we are being obedient? Take a look at yourself and ask, “Am I bearing fruit?” To bear fruit…
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September 20, 2016

Sharing the Good News

Sharing the Good News

What is our calling? To glorify God. How do we do this? One way is telling others about Him. Telling them that there is a God and He wants to have a relationship with you. In Christianity God reaches down to mankind and initiates the relationship, Not all religions have written scriptures. Not all believe…
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September 16, 2016

NationsUniversity Translated

NationsUniversity Translated

We are excited to announce that we have two new translation extensions being added to all of our courses on our website. Currently, there are more than 160 current student registrations whose first language is Farsi, Arabic, or another language.  Having translated basic courses into these languages several years ago, NU found the challenge of…
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August 30, 2016

Birmingham Fundraiser Success!

On Saturday August 20, NationsUniversity held a fundraising dinner at the Holiday Inn Express in Hoover, Alabama outside of Birmingham. There were 97 guest in attendence to listen to Mac Lynn and others tell the story of NU and its mission. Dewayne Spivey opened the event with a prayer and NU Registrar, Mary Virginia Mabery,…
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August 2, 2016

NU Participates in NC-SARA

NationsUniversity is pleased to announce that it is an institutional participant in the SARA initiative. NationsU will be listed on the SARA website (www.nc-sara.org) and we want all our partners and especially students to know about this exciting development. The National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements is an agreement among member states, districts and…
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July 18, 2016

Five Kenyans

In April 2016, NU was visited by five very special students from Kenya. It all started in April 2015 when one Kenyan, Shem Okello, came to America to explore mission opportunities. He first visited groups in North Carolina and at the invitation of Jon-Roy Sloan he came to Tennessee. He visited NationsUniversity and other missions around…
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July 15, 2016

Student Testimonies 2016

Our students are from around the world. Listen to people from different countries, and walks of life, all united in a common goal. Hear Chaplain Allen ‘s words; a truck (lorry) driver studying while on the road; the brother being asked to preach over radio; and another spreading the gospel on naval ships… inspirational! Listen…
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