“They treat me like family, not because I’m anything special, but because I matter to them.”
“We’re going to stretch the bounds of our physical, mental, and spiritual abilities…”
“The legacy I desire to leave has nothing to do with sports of any kind.”
MOUNT VERNON – Camden County championship wrestler Nathen “Nate” Pristavec wasn’t sure where he wanted to go to college. He just knew he wanted to become a collegiate wrestler. He was second among Georgia wrestlers in the 6A high school classification, but no one was recruiting him. Since his phone was not ringing from college […]
Deaths Lucille Minchew Comish, of Macon, died Feb. 12. She was 95. A native of Waycross, Lucille Minchew attended Southwestern Seminary, where she met Allen Comish. They married at First Baptist in Brunswick and worked together for almost 60 years with Southern Baptist churches and the convention, mostly through the Baptist Sunday School Board, now LifeWay […]
… speakers challenged the approximately 80 students to defend Christianity through logical arguments and reason.
“… the site interview convinced me that this college strives to be Godly …”
Although the program has been in dormancy since 2009, Brewton-Parker has worked diligently to gain reinstatement of the program.
By Daniel Ausbun If you’re a senior in high school, you’re probably thinking about life after graduation. Which colleges will you apply to? What will you major in? Are my grades good enough to get in? If you’re a Southern Baptist high schooler looking at colleges, you need to consider the three colleges affiliated with […]
By Mandy Corbin BPC Director of Marketing MOUNT VERNON — Brewton-Parker College has posted significant jumps in fall semester enrollment in three critical areas at its main campus. The number of total Mount Vernon students, both new and returning, is at 420 – a 15 percent increase compared to 366 in 2015. The college also reported […]