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Unleashed for Hope

Unleashed for Hope Written by Marsha Dillard, junior marketing major Last night at community chapel, Point Biblical studies freshman, Alex Allen, took the stage with spoken word. As the lights dimmed, he paced back and forth across the stage, looking intently into...

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Point Winds Ensemble Opens 2017 Season

Point Winds Ensemble Opens 2017 Season The Point University Winds Ensemble commenced its 2017 season with the Georgia Indoor Percussion Association Show on February 4 at North Gwinnett High School. Winds theater competitions are stage productions. In addition to music...

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21 Days of Prayer Brings Together Point Family

21 Days of Prayer Brings Together Point Family Yesterday concluded Point’s annual “21 Days of Prayer,” an intentional time at the beginning of each new year for personal and group reflection and prayer among the Point family. Every day, for twenty-one days, Point...

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Grace Unleashed

Grace Unleashed The Office of Spiritual Formation began the Spring 2017 semester with a full auditorium for January Community Chapel. The Cumberland Community Church (Smyrna, Ga.) worship band led West Point students, faculty and staff and local community members in...

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Point Graduates December Class of 2016

Last weekend, Point University graduated more than 120 students in two commencement ceremonies with associate of arts, bachelor of science and bachelor of arts degrees. On Friday, December 9, at Lakeview Baptist Church in Auburn, Ala., approximately 70 traditional...

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Preparing Students to Engage Culture

Every day in the news is another example of how our nation is divided. Politically, racially, religiously—many conversations stop simply because two people cannot relate to one another’s perspectives.

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6 Benefits of Taking Evening Classes

We have all seen too many movies - or perhaps lived what seemed like our own movie - where a college student oversleeps, wakes up two minutes before an 8AM exam, and rushes out the dorm room door to get to class. Who decided that education can and should only take...

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3 Reasons Why Online Psychology Classes May Be Right For You

Ready to start (or finish) school, but struggling to decide on a degree program? You’re not alone. If you’re curious about the human psyche, and want a field of study that opens a variety of professional opportunities, then consider Psychology. Most importantly, if...

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3 Time Management Tips For Students Taking Evening Classes

If you are taking evening classes to finish your college degree, you really know how time consuming this can be. As a working adult you probably already know a lot about time management. If you are a working adult with a family, you are really a pro! And, if you are a...

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7 Apps Students Can Use to Help Themselves Study Online

It is difficult to overestimate the extent to which the invention of the Internet and its expansion has changed education. Practically anyone can learn anything from anywhere. But it’s not just the access to information that technology has made possible. Increasingly,...

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3 Reasons Why Adult Students Should Take a Hybrid Class

“You can’t have your cake and eat it too.” We have all heard this phrase, meaning that you can't have it all. For many things in life, this is and will always be true. But for the ever-evolving world of education, this may no longer be the case. The growth of and...

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