Search This Site

Tuesday, March 31st, 2015

Vol. 4, No. 5

Jesse Williams: Living Miracle

In a rodeo stadium in Rock Mart, Georgia, a young man sat on the back of a white bronco weighing 2000 pounds, both of them quietly waiting for the chute gate to be opened. This was his third bronco ride. The man was dressed in a black vest, brown leather gloves, shiny brown leather shoes, a metal belt, and a proud smile indicating that he was ready for battle. Only one thing was missing--his black helmet.

How many hats can one person wear? Dr. John Williams, Bible professor, is also a military chaplain, a husband, a father, and a seasoned trombone player. Little known among his other accomplishments is that of published writer in both theological and secular journals. Read on to find out more about one of TBC's Bible professors.

Cooking Class

On February 12, eight students and two staff members gathered in the H-building kitchens for the first-ever Confident Cook class. Students learned how to cook a chicken dinner and how to be good hosts when inviting guests to their homes.

The class, brainchild of bookstore manager Judy Beemer and English teacher Rachel Hozey, is designed to help students become more confident in the kitchen. “Hence the name,” Hozey said.

In addition to perfectly sautéing chicken breasts, students made chocolate mousse, fettuccine Alfredo with garlic, and a honey-Dijon vinaigrette and croutons to top a salad. Several staff members were invited to eat dinner with the cooks.

Hozey and Beemer would like to continue the classes and are considering “Build the Perfect Burger” as the theme for their next class.

Site by Joe Kotvas