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Hilltop U 2023

May 25, 2023

ETBU hosts annual Hilltop University conference

East Texas Baptist University held its annual Hilltop University on Monday, May 22, through Wednesday, May 24. Nearly 200 participants, comprised of individuals, couples, groups of friends, and church groups, experienced life on the University campus at ETBU through worship, biblical teaching, fellowship, and entertainment. Some attended for the first time, while others have made it a tradition to travel to Marshall for the annual conference.

Students doing service project

May 17, 2023

East Texas Baptist University students partner with Redemption Church in New York City

East Texas Baptist University sent three Baptist Student Ministry (BSM) students to New York City from Tuesday, May 7, through Sunday, May 14, for mission work throughout the city. The group of students and ETBU Director of Baptist Student Ministry David Griffin partnered with Redemption Church in Red Hook and pastor Edwin Pacheco.

Once considered the “Crack Capital” of the United States, Red Hook is a densely populated community with a long history of poverty, crime, and brokenness within its walls.

Working The Musical

May 2, 2023

Curtain closes on ETBU Spring 2023 theatre season with Working: The Musical

The ETBU Department of Music and Theatre Arts ended the spring theatre season with the production of Working: The Musical, a thought-provoking and inspiring look at the real essential American workers, live on stage April 20-23 in Mabee Recital Hall at Jenna Guest Music Building on ETBU's campus. The show was directed by Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts Natalie Wilson assisted by Visiting Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts Andrew Wilson, and choreographed by ETBU senior theatre arts education major Amy Hobbs.

Great Commission Center Great Opening

April 28, 2023

ETBU hosts Great Opening Ceremony of The Great Commission Center

East Texas Baptist University welcomed generous donors and friends of the institution in celebration of the opening of the newly-constructed Great Commission Center during a ceremony held Friday, April 28. The new home to the Fred Hale School of Business, Career Development Office, and Great Commission Center program, the Great Commission Center will be a center for academic learning and discipleship training.