• Becoming a Christian Psychologist

    By Eric Johnson, Director of the Gideon Institute of Christian Psychology and Counseling at Houston Baptist University Understanding human beings and how to address their psychological and spiritual problems is a massively complex project. Such complexity has led to some sharp disagreements among Christians about counseling and psychology, and my story strangely reflects some of …

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  • A Message From the President

    When you’re with a group of people, or are part of a club or organization, and you feel particularly warm toward it, there’s usually no greater compliment to pay than to say something like, “This feels like family to me.” It’s a meaningful expression because it says the people involved are close and that they …

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  • Faculty as Culture influencers

    Culture Influencers: Ellis and Czopik

    Dr. Lisa Ellis, Assistant Professor of Biology, and 16 students from the HBU Department of Biology, attended the 2019 Beta Beta Beta South Central Regional Convention in Cedar Hill, Texas on April 5-7, 2019. This regional meeting included TriBeta biological honor societies from universities in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Arkansas.  HBU TriBeta served as co-host …

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  • HBU’s Center for Christianity in Business Equips Business Leaders

    The Center for Christianity in Business at Houston Baptist University is dedicated to challenging and equipping present and future business leaders to integrate biblical values and principles in their personal and professional lives. The Christian Business Review is an annual publication edited by Center director, Dr. Ernest Liang. The organization is also known for a …

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  • Faculty as Culture influencers

    Culture Influencers: Levon Hayrapetyan

    Dr. Levon Hayrapetyan, professor of Business and department chair of Management, Marketing and Business, presented a paper entitled, “Interactive Clustering Tools in Microsoft Excel. Part 1. Hierarchical Clustering” at the International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines Conference held in Dallas in April 2019. In this study, an interactive method is developed which visualizes …

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  • Mr. Movie Man reviews movies

    This Week’s Review: “The Sting”

    The weekend of April 13 did not offer anything that would lure me out of my house; I briefly thought about seeing the new “Hellboy,” but I resisted the temptation. An earlier version, with Ron Perlman, was quite enough to satisfy my curiosity. I never followed the comic book in its heyday and have never …

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  • Southland Gives Back: HBU student-athletes once again partner with Special Olympics Bowling

    There were 45 HBU student-athletes who volunteered at the Special Olympics Bowling event in December at Copperfield Bowling Center on the city’s northwest side. The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) coordinated the Huskies’ participation for the fourth time in the past five years. The student-athletes escorted the participants in the opening ceremonies, provided moral support and …

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  • HBU is Home; Huskies Are Family

    A home is a place for spending formative moments, learning values, growing and creating strong bonds. Likewise, HBU has become that place for so many. It is a setting in which students have discovered their callings, grown their gifts, matured, committed to the Christian faith and made lifelong friends. For many, HBU isn’t just a …

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