Christian Worldview week at North Greenville University

Meghan Salinas, Staff Writer

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"Living your faith without compromise."

On Monday, March 20 and Wednesday, March 22, North Greenville University will be hosting Chief Religion Correspondent from Fox News, Lauren Green, to speak to the student body in chapel. Prior to joining the Fox News Team, Green served as a weekend news correspondent at WBBM-TV in Chicago. 

Green carries an impeccable resume, not only in the world of media, but also as she holds a degree in both piano performance and journalism. Green was crowned Miss Minnesota in 1984 and has remained in the spotlight ever since, culminating with her current position at Fox News.  Due to her area of expertise, Green will be spoke in chapel about her testimony, and how to share Christ-like love to people across media platforms.

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Abraham Hamilton III will be speaking to the student body in chapel on Wednesday, March 22. Hamilton serves as a Public Policy Analyst for the American Family Association. Listeners of American Family Radio can hear Hamilton’s sermons on his channel entitled, The Hamilton Corner. 

Hamilton’s main ministry focus is in marriage, family, apologetics, biblical worldview training, discipleship and preaching. With episodes on his channel covering everything from “Doers of the Word,” to topics like “Loving biblically" under his belt, NGU is excited to have Hamilton added to its list of amazing speakers for Christian Worldview week.

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Tony Beam and Alex McFarland will be kickied off bonus chapel with a panel discussion event.  The second bonus chapel will be Tuesday at 7 p.m.

For more information about both chapel speakers click here: