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What is Your Life Verse?

When I was in College, I was challenged by one of my professors to select a “life verse” that would guide me into my future. At the time I knew that the Bible had a bunch of verses and wondered how could I possibly do that? Actually, there are 23,145 verses in the Old...

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Alumni Spotlight: Troy and Blair Blunden

The WU admissions staff tells new students during orientation to look around the room, that their future spouse may be sitting among them or walking the halls of Warner.  This stands true for Troy and Blair (Taylor) Blunden.  The couple met at and graduated from...

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WU Baseball Gives Back to Community

Warner University’s baseball team put on a baseball clinic on January 16 for kids ages 7-12 at Barnes and Barranco Field Little League Complex. 72 kids came out to the free clinic taught by Warner Baseball’s head coach, Jeff Sikes and his players. The kids were...

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Warner University Career Fair

Warner University began its Career Fair for its students today and it continues tomorrow, Thursday, January 25 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Jennifer Leeks, Warner’s Career Services and Student Success Specialist organized the event and plans to continue the career...

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Chapel Schedule for Spring 2018

We have another fantastic chapel program planned for this Spring, beginning tomorrow morning. Please make plans to attend as we have the opportunity to hear from our President.   Also be sure to check out our fantastic speaker line-up for the remainder of the...

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Redeem the Time!

On November 21, 2017 we heard the news that David Cassidy had died at age 67. Many remember him as Keith Partridge on the musical sitcom, The Partridge Family. As I read articles about his death and life, I came across one where his estranged daughter shared his last...

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Alumni Spotlight: Dr. Levi Wainwright

Dr. Levi Wainwright graduated from Warner University in 2010 with a degree in exercise science. He now is a chiropractor and CEO of Tallahassee Chiropractic and Injury Clinic. “My degree gave me a great foundation of human physiology and the biomechanics of the...

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Softball Players Have Royal Expectations

By Student Brittney Carter Sara Bruno and Brianna Barrios expect Warner University’s softball team to win the Sun Conference again this 2018 season. Last year the Lady Royals won the Sun Conference and went to the NAIA Div. II World Series. The team has been...

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