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Thursday, July 30, 2015
“Actions, not words” was not only the annual theme for William Carey University as a whole; it was also a call to action for 11 Carey nursing students.
 
The students, along with Assistant Professor of Nursing Felicia Browning, traveled to Villa de San Francisco, Honduras, from May 24-31 on an evangelical mission trip. The Carey team joined 46 others from multiple cities in Alabama and Mississippi in an effort organized by Baptist Medical and Dental Mission International to share the Gospel and assist the needy in the small Honduras municipality.
 
During the trip, the group presented the Gospel to over 3,000 people and also distributed 1,000 Bibles, 376 copies of John’s Gospel, 2,800 religious tracts and 780 salvation bracelets. The team operated a medical clinic that treated 2,877 patients and distributed clothing and shoes while a pharmacy filled 18,299 prescriptions.
 

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Saturday, September 19, 2015
Virtuoso finger-style guitarist, Doyle Dykes, will be in concert at William Carey University at 7 p.m. on September 19.
 
Considered by many to be the world's greatest Christian guitarist, Dykes will dazzle as he performs and provides a musical experience you will not soon forget. It will be a night of phenomenal music and great testimony of God's goodness!
 
Although influenced by a wide variety of musical styles and musicians from the country of Chet Atkins to the rock and roll of Duane Eddy and the Beatles, Doyle has developed a distinct, recognizable sound that amazes audiences with skill while capturing hearts with sincerity and soul.
 
The ICGMA (International Country Gospel Music Association) awarded Doyle “Instrumentalist of the Year” twice in 2006 and 2014.  They also inducted Doyle into the Hall of Fame in 2011.
 
“Doyle is one of the finest fingerpicking guitarists around. I sincerely admire him as a person and as a musician," said Atkins.
 
Find out more at www.doyledykes.com.
 
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