The NU Blog Page

Reflections on our world plus the latest news and happenings at NationsUniversity.

December 6, 2021

Largest Graduation Class – 2021

Largest Graduation Class – 2021

The largest graduation class since accreditation occurred in 2021. This is why our NationsU Partners matter. Before 2016, the graduations at NationsUniversity had no dates or deadlines and were rolling like enrollments. However, the school had to adjust this to strengthen and upgrade our awards processes and later provide new digital awards free of charge…
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December 2, 2021

NationsU and ICOM 2021

NationsU and ICOM 2021

NationsU and ICOM: Every year on the weekend before Thanksgiving, the International Conference On Missions (ICOM) holds its annual gathering. The Greater Richmond Convention Center, Richmond, Virginia, hosted the four-day event from November 18-21, 2021. ICOM brings together over 300 missionary and missionary-serving organizations associated with the Independent Christian Churches and the Stone-Campbell movement. Despite…
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October 18, 2021

Announcing the Certificate in Christian Ministry

Announcing the Certificate in Christian Ministry

Ministry can be tough and that is why we started the Certificate in Christian Ministry program. The skills needed to lead a local congregation or ministry effectively aren’t part of most Christian’s development. From understanding family dynamics to understanding congregational dynamics, the unique demands of ministry require certain skills to complement biblical knowledge. That is…
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September 13, 2021

NationsU Caribbean Students

NationsU Caribbean Students

Has the hot summer sun got you thinking about the Caribbean Islands? God thinks about these places too and has some special people there. Did you know that NationsUniversity has students in these exotic islands? We would like for you to meet a few of them. Did you know our students reside in the far-flung…
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June 30, 2021

“These Hands”

“These Hands”

“You know that these hands of mine have worked to supply my own needs and even the needs of those who were with me.” Acts 20:34 In the book of Acts of the Apostles, Paul states, “these hands of mine have worked to supply my own needs.” He is clearly not talking about asking for handouts.…
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June 7, 2021

Why Would Anyone Want to Study Theology at NationsU?

Why Would Anyone Want to Study Theology at NationsU?

Why would anyone want to study Theology at NationsU, you may ask? In this short story, I would like to recall how NationsU has helped me fulfill my dream of studying the Bible and Theology.  My Background I dropped out of pursuing an education at 18 years old after graduation from a high school in…
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May 27, 2021

NU: Support By the Numbers

NU: Support By the Numbers

Dedicated Partner support makes all the difference at NationsUnviersity® and we are dedicated to the success of our students. In order to ensure we are achieving that success, NationsU conducts multiple assessments every year. These metrics include retention rates, graduation rates, satisfaction ratings, course and program completion surveys, and many others. While no university does…
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May 4, 2021

Are You Excited?

Are You Excited?

Are you excited about our up coming Spring Dinner Celebration? I know we are and so are our students. Our students are not ashamed of the Gospel. If this message doesn’t get you fired up, I don’t know what will. Listen to this short message from our students: Isn’t that amazing! Are you excited now?…
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December 15, 2020

Testifies to the Hope

Testifies to the Hope

Have you heard the story of Shane Latson? He grew up in Florida. Gordon Dasher was a foster father to Shane Latson and is an uncle to Al Robertson of Duck Commander. Shane attended youth camps sponsored by White’s Ferry Road Church of Christ as a youth. In 1995, when Phil Robertson and the Elders…
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October 5, 2020

NationsU Webinar & Survey: From Surviving to Thriving

NationsU Webinar & Survey: From Surviving to Thriving

NationsU Webinar & Survey: From Surviving to Thriving NationsUniversity, along with The Christian Chronicle, Mission Alive, and 21st Century Christian is hosting a webinar to discuss how churches have successfully responded to the pandemic. Church leaders from all over the country will present ideas and recommendations. Topics will cover areas such as evangelism, leadership, youth and children,…
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