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Feature Stories

Intentional Authenticity

NEONNOAH (NN), a Dallas-based Indie Pop/Rock band that was founded by SAGU alumni, discusses their past, present and future.

The Passionate Pursuit

Zeek finds his door into the music industry by partnering with Hip Hop artist Andy Mineo.

Across the Pond

Josh Aldrich ministers to the French-speaking world through Horizon Music, a traveling worship team from Eglise Horizon church in Paris.

Lion Authors

How to Get What You Want When You Want It

How to Get What You Want When You Want It

Dr. Jeff Logue, Program Coordinator of Counseling Ministries, Assistant Professor

Explore this step-by-step process to achieve ideas, reach career and business goals, and navigate life changes.

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Divine Assignments

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Edna Roberts, former Director of Nelson Memorial Library

Edna Roberts discusses her journey from accepting God's call to His faithful provisions and blessings as she stepped out in faith to fulfill His purpose for her life.

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Acts 29

Acts 29

Dr. Jonathan Schultz & Brian Jacobs, SAGU Alumni

Acts 29 offers "an intimate examination of our individual views regarding the Spirit-filled life."

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Piercing the Darkness of Depression

Piercing the Darkness of Depression

Dr. Jeff Logue, Program Coordinator of Counseling Ministries, Assistant Professor

Explore the core of depression. Learn to recognize symptoms, and discover available treatments and tips to defeat depression.

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Campus Headlines

SAGU's Jerry Nava is awarded national Wheeler Award

Jerry Nava, SAGU Cross Country athlete, receives the national Wheeler Award. This is SAGU's second year to have an athlete receive the award for excellence in Christian life, and track and field.

SAGU Cross Country Competes at NCCAA National Championship

Jerry Nava and Destiny Garza place in the NCCAA National Championship and qualify to run in the NAIA Championship for their second time.

Miracle League of Ellis County Spreads Joy to SAGU Softball

SAGU softball girls assist the Miracle League of Ellis county. Led by coach Sarah Harman, SAGU Softball's lady lions assist athletes with disabilities in basics of the sport.

SAGU Donates to The Waxahachie Project

SAGU's SMA donates $8,000 to the Waxahachie Project to help restore the historical Samaria Missionary Baptist Church in downtown Waxahachie.

SAGU Alumnus Ministers to Lenca in Honduras

SAGU alumnus Melyssa Cardenas continues to spread the good news of Jesus Christ in Western Honduras through 61 Isaiah Ministries.

SAGU Professor Utilizes Technology for Counseling Practices

Adjunct Professor and SAGU alumnus, Peter Piñón, forms Entero Counseling to help provide an affordable and convenient means of counseling through a unique medium.

SAGU Donates 70 Computers to Computers For the Blind

SAGU's Information Technology in collaboration with the Waxahachie Lions Club, donated 70 computers to be installed with audio recognition and magnification software to be compatible for use by Computers for the Blind, a national nonprofit organization.

Ms. Nell Celebrates over 35 Years of Service to SAGU

Ms. Nell has served as a part of the SAGU custodial staff for over 35 years. She has won the love of staff and students alike as she faithfully fulfills her duties to the school with the heart of a true servant.

SAGU Math Professor, Dr. Ferguson, Solves Open Problem

After two years of work, Dr. Ferguson completes an unsolved super-algebra equation. Our very own SAGU math professor was the first person to ever solve this equation.

Alumni Serve Economically Disadvantaged and At-risk Youth

Titche Elementary Partners with SAGU alumni from New Horizons of North Texas. Seth and Lacey Henderson will be working with "economically disadvantaged" students to provide faith based after-school programs.

Accredited Schools Ranks SAGU in Best Online Colleges

Southwestern Assemblies of God University was recently recognized by Accredited Schools Online in a list of "Best Online Colleges" for 2016.

Coach Harman Teaches Softball in Central America

Sarah Harman, head SAGU softball coach, traveled to Guatemala to minister through softball. In a follow-up trip, Harman traveled to Guatemala to teach coaches all aspects of the sport.

SAGU Participates in Make a Difference Day

Students of SAGU rallied together to take part in Make a Difference Day, a national initiative promoting giving back to the community. Participants served the community while building relationships with citizens and volunteers alike.

SAGU Alumnus Impacts Dallas Youth Through Ministry

Robert E. Purvey, a recent SAGU graduate, ministers to the Dallas youth at Antioch Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church and travels throughout the nation to minister to churches, youth groups, conferences and schools through dynamic preaching and motivational speaking.

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