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Carson-Newman to host orator, author, artist Eric Samuel Timm for April 14 chapel

(April 10, 2015) — Carson-Newman University will host orator, author and artist Eric Samuel Timm to speak and perform at its chapel service Tuesday, April 14 at 9:30 a.m.

Timm’s unique style of preaching is enhanced with the addition of live painting performances that help the audience visualize his message. Tuesday’s message will be “Share Your Love.”

Timm last visited Carson-Newman in 2012 with his “RePaint Jesus” performance. Next week’s stop is one of many he will make around the world this year touring for his ministry organization, No One Underground.

The service will be at the First Baptist Church along Russell Avenue in Jefferson City.

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