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Back to School Just a Little Later in Life: Five Keys to Making It Work

Back to School Just a Little Later in Life: Five Keys to Making It Work

September 20, 2016

Lori Sadler describes her life as smooth sailing before that great disruptor "merger" threatened her employment picture. Read how changes at A.G. Edwards moved this working mother of two to sharpen her competitive edge and turn "back-to-school" into an opportunity for professional networking and showcasing her leadership skills.
Greenville College Receives Generous Funding for Studies in Christian Unity

Greenville College Receives Generous Funding for Studies in Christian Unity

September 15, 2016

Greenville College is pleased to announce its receipt of a $1,361,750 gift to promote studies of Christian Unity. The gift comes from the Full Salvation Union.
Calling:

Calling: "Come to Greenville" . . . To Where?

September 15, 2016

For GC’s First Lady Kathie Filby, 2004 was a year that turned her family’s life upside down. Kathie's remembrance of the events reveals the challenge of “call” for a married couple and how a prior agreement would ease the way.
Greenville Choral Union to Begin Rehearsing for 86th Anniversary Season of Community Messiah Performances

Greenville Choral Union to Begin Rehearsing for 86th Anniversary Season of Community Messiah Performances

September 14, 2016

The Greenville Choral Union will begin vocal rehearsals for its Eighty-sixth Anniversary Season on Tuesday, September 20 at 7:00 p.m. Singers (high school age and older) are invited to join this fine ensemble.
Magazine Features Innovation in the Sciences at Greenville College

Magazine Features Innovation in the Sciences at Greenville College

September 12, 2016

The innovative efforts of professors Hyung Choi and Dongxue Zhao to restore and renovate equipment in science labs on campus were recently featured in the August issue of Private University Products and News (PUPN) Magazine.
Calling: The Politics of Hearing a Call

Calling: The Politics of Hearing a Call

September 07, 2016

When social conditioning clouds our view, discerning God's call can be tricky. Amanda DiMiele, member of GC's Class of 2012 and a recent graduate of Duke University Divinity School, shares insights that help clear the fog.
Calling: Care for the Caregiver

Calling: Care for the Caregiver

September 06, 2016

The care of his grandfather proved a watershed moment for Pastor Chad Abbott '00 by opening his eyes to the overlooked ministry of caregiving. This is the account of his response to God's call to care folks who feel isolated and exhausted in ministering to others.
Calling: Chicago's Lakefront and Protecting the People's Parks

Calling: Chicago's Lakefront and Protecting the People's Parks

September 02, 2016

Chicago native Juanita Irizarry works from a deep sense of God's calling to serve her neighbor as executive director of Chicago's Friends of the Parks.
Announcing The Bastian School of Theology, Philosophy, and Ministry

Announcing The Bastian School of Theology, Philosophy, and Ministry

August 31, 2016

Greenville College is pleased to announce its launch of the Donald N. and Kathleen G. Bastian School of Theology, Philosophy and Ministry. President Ivan Filby called the school an exciting and important development for Greenville College.
Calling: Thanks Mom, Gentle Conversation and Wise Counsel

Calling: Thanks Mom, Gentle Conversation and Wise Counsel

August 26, 2016

Mallory Sample ’07 was a high school freshman when her 38-year-old mom was diagnosed with an aggressive cancer. Just days after diagnosis, her mom underwent a double mastectomy and began chemotherapy. Thus begins Mallory’s tale about a wise but gravely ill counselor who gently guided her daughter to embrace God’s call.
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