• Celebrating Diversity

    Christian Origins “Diversity” has become a modern buzzword, but its origins are more traditional and more Christian than perhaps many realize. The Bible begins with the story of a creator God making numerous kinds of vegetation, sea creatures, birds and land animals, and calling the variety good. Then, God makes mankind – also different in …

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  • Climbing That Hill

    Former Husky Addison Russ Nears Major-League Dream as a Phillies Top Prospect By Russ Reneau Each year, a few select prospects not on a Major League Baseball team’s 40-man roster are invited to join the big leaguers at Spring Training. In January, former HBU ace Addison Russ (’17) received the call from the Philadelphia Phillies …

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  • Letter From Dr. Sloan

    We are diverse in many different ways. We live in what some people call the most diverse city in America, and HBU benefits from that rich and thrilling kind of diversity. It’s economic, ethnic, and religious. It’s even social and national and language diversity. So here we are in a great city, and the University …

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  • HBU Alumnus Establishes Endowed Scholarships

    From youth, Steve Pickett ’80 was reaching for high goals and refusing to be overcome by cerebral palsy. His family, father Wesley, mother Carol Ann, and sister Susan, moved to Houston where Wesley worked for Exxon. “At that time, HISD had certain schools for people with disabilities – I was bused throughout my academic career. …

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  • Making It Official

    HBU Beach Volleyball Anxious to Compete for Southland’s Inaugural Championship By Russ Reneau HBU won each of the two Southland Showcase titles (2018 & 2019), the unofficial end-of-season tournaments pitting the Southland member institutions that sponsor beach volleyball. Last fall, the Southland Conference announced it would officially be adding beach volleyball as a sport and …

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  • The War on Religious Liberty

    By John O.Tyler, Jr., JD, PhD Board Certified in Civil Trial Law and Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization Professor of Law and Jurisprudence Director, Legal Studies Program I.  Introduction Religious persecution is intensifying around the   globe,   and   Christians   are   the   world’s most  persecuted  religious  group.  Although religious  liberty  is …

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  • HBU Softball

    Coaching Philosophy: We strive to consistently demonstrate excellence, positivity and passion in every opportunity – regardless of circumstance. This is done with gratitude, love, trust, determination, pride and respect for one another and the game. These personal and collective efforts, with God’s grace and blessings, allow us to become one in our endeavors and in …

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  • HBU Men’s Indoor & Outdoor Track & Cross Country

    Coaching Philosophy: My philosophy is rooted in a Christian-based, positive approach to teaching collegiate track and field athletes, not only aspects of sport, but also values and traits beneficial beyond their time as collegiate athletes. At the same time, I want to nurture their dreams on and away from the track. Director of Track & …

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