After officially taking my new role as President at Belmont on June 1, 2021, I shared my perspective on our work to “let hope about” with readers in the Tennessean.
“In the face of multiple pandemics, people of faith—and Christian institutions like Belmont University—can be leaders in reweaving the social fabric.”
It’s a tough conversation to be sure, particularly as we face countless challenges throughout our lives–from a global pandemic, to political unrest, to racial injustice, to growing mental health challenges. But there is hope. Why? Because the source of our hope does not come from within–it is rooted in who God is.
At Belmont, we are committed to becoming a catalyst of hope for our city and beyond–and to training our students to be agents of hope and leaders of character and purpose, ready to use their gifts and talents to address the world’s countless challenges and radically champion life abundant for all people.
Read my full piece in the Tennessean here