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C-N Sends Missionaries

Carson-Newman commissioned today those who will serve as missionaries over the course of the summer. The service included testimony from a pair of students, music from Southern Seminary’s Doxology ensemble and a sermonic charge by Adam Venters (third row, coat and tie), a C-N senior and youth pastor at First Baptist Church Fall Branch. Fifty-nine students, three faculty members and two alumni will serve in eight states, American Samoa and eight foreign countries, including Haiti, Peru, the Philippines and South Africa.

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