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Knoxville’s WVLT-8 features C-N Spring Break Mission Trips

 

Director of C-N’s First Year and Conference Services Tommy Clapp, left, and C-N student Tanner Shivley talk with WVLT’s Robert Grant about their trip to Nepal during the University’s Spring Break Mission Trips.

(March 21, 2019) – Knoxville’s WVLT-8 spoke with Carson-Newman students about their decision to forgo a traditional spring break trip in order to serve, help and share the love of Christ from the foothills of Tennessee to the Himalayas. Click here to watch.

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