Todd Starnes shares with the TMC the struggles Christians are facing today and how we should rise up as one nation under God.
Todd Starnes Warns Students of Attack on Religious Liberty
by Jordan West
CLEVELAND, Ga. (TMNews) – Truett-McConnell College was ecstatic to welcome Fox News correspondent Todd Starnes as he shared the importance of taking a stand for religious liberty during the schools weekly chapel service, Thursday, January 22.
"Folks are talking about you all across our great Southern Baptist Convention," Starnes said as he opened the service. "It is so exciting to see what God is doing here in this place, raising up a huge generation of young Christian Baptist college students. I'm excited about what God is doing here in the mountains of North Georgia."
This Student Rec Center rendering shows a front view of the future 69,000 square foot building.
Truett-McConnell College Receives $200,000 from the Benjamin F. Brady Foundation
by Gary Jarnagin
CLEVELAND, Ga., (TMNews) – The Benjamin F. Brady Foundation recently donated $200,000 to Truett-McConnell College for the building of the George Blaurock Student Recreation Center.
The building campaign, which started May 2014, has raised $620,500 to date, placing the grand total of cash and commitments to over $6 million. The donation will establish the Benjamin F. Brady Arena, which will be located within the Student Recreation Center.
New Scholarship offered at TMC for Fall 2015 in honor of the late Reverend Tommy Jones.
Upcoming Tommy Jones Scholarship Funds Available Fall 2015
by Jenny Gregory
CLEVELAND, Ga., (TMNews) – The Tommy Jones Scholarship Fund for students of Truett-McConnell College will be available for the first time in the fall of 2015. The Jones Family are excited to offer this opportunity to TMC students, in any field, by helping to further their education through the Tommy Jones Scholarship Fund.
Rev. Jones, a pastor for over 50 years in churches across Texas and Georgia, spent countless years sharing God's Word around the world. His mission efforts included Hawaii and Alaska