Vespers programs are sacred presentations of drama and music by BJU faculty and students. These programs, both devotional and cultural, attract many visitors and are typically held 5 times a year on Thursday evenings or Friday mornings.
All Vespers programs are free and open to the public.
In addition to these programs, the fall and spring semesters each feature a special seasonal program. The Christmas Vespers occurs before the close of the fall semester and stimulates an excitement about the birth of the Savior.
In the spring the Living Gallery showcases the truth of Christ’s resurrection through a unique program combining sacred music, drama and living art.
2 Corinthians 5:15
He died for all, that they which live should not henceforth live unto themselves, but unto him which died for them, and rose again.
University faculty. Baker. Textbook author. Sculptor. Interpreter for the hearing impaired. All secular careers—yet can any career truly be secular for a Christian? Three Bob Jones University graduates give a glimpse into their everyday lives and share how God, in His loving sovereignty, has used every experience to prepare them for what they are doing today. Their biblical worldview affects everything they do, and they know that even the most menial tasks matter for God’s glory. In the words of one of the interviewees: “When I... realize that all of the Christian life can be done for one unified purpose, that is to bring glory to God, that makes me really excited about everything that I do.” Directed by Richard Streeter.