Dimensions Spring/2020 Schedule

Dimensions will be held in Stewart Hall, Tucker Student Center, from 9:25 - 10:15 a.m., unless otherwise noted.

January 14 – Timothy Alexander

Timothy Alexander is director of character development for the University of Alabama at Birmingham football team. He was paralyzed in an auto accident in 2006 while a student and football player at Birmingham’s Erwin High School. growingleaders.com.

January 21 & 23 – Darrick Smith

Darrick Smith is a senior consultant for college partnerships with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. Darrick has worked on staff at The Summit Church as a college minister, and as an associate pastor of Catalyst Church in Newport News, VA. ncbaptist.org.

January 28 – Greg Wells

Greg Wells is a speaker with Clayton King Ministries who has served in a variety of ministry roles over the past ten years, including worship leader and student pastor. claytonking.com

February 4 – Warren Stukes

A December 2019 graduate of Gardner-Webb University’s School of Divinity, Warren Stukes is the Charlotte Area Urban Director of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. fca.org

February 11 – Megan Lively

Megan Lively has spent over a decade managing social media for businesses. She has now expanded her expertise to help equip The Church in the area of social media. However, she comes to GWU to share the darkest trauma of her life publicly so that no one else experiences the silencing she did. meganlively.com

February 18 – Felix Bautista

Felix Bautista is a 2011 alumnus of Gardner-Webb University where he also was a student-athlete on the baseball team. On the night of his 28th birthday, he suffered a Hemorrhagic Stroke and suddenly went from being a completely healthy person to one with a 15% chance of survival.

February 25 – Anthony Ray Hinton

Anthony Ray Hinton spent 30 years on death row for a crime he did not commit. He is the author of The Sun Does Shine: How I Found Life and Freedom on Death Row, which was Oprah’s Book Club Summer Selection 2018. eji.org/cases/anthony-ray-hinton

March 3 – Lisa Whittle

Lisa Whittle is the Founder of Ministry Strong, a ministry for leaders to help equip to preach the Gospel with integrity, prioritize family relationships, and learn proper soul care to serve Jesus with strength for the long haul. lisawhittle.com

March 5 – Non-Profits and Kingdom Work

Sponsored by the Center for Personal and Professional Development, the goal of this program is to educate students on careers connected to calling in ministry and non-profits.

March 17 – March 17 – Tre Lamb

Tre Lamb is the head football coach at Gardner-Webb University.

March 24 – SGA Candidates Speeches

Shelby Putnam, presiding

March 31 – Jim McConnell
Creation Care Emphasis

Jim McConnell is the Associate Dean and Associate professor of New Testament Interpretation for the School of Divinity at Gardner-Webb University.

April 7 – Bob Moore
University Holy Week Service

Bob Moore is an instructor in American Sign Language at Gardner-Webb University.

April 14 – Joe Collins

Joe Collins is professor of religious studies at Gardner-Webb University

April 21 – Student Leadership, Service, and Volunteerism

April 28 – Academic Awards Day

Additional Programs for Dimensions Credit

  • February 3
    Bible App: A Show of Mixed Media, Wearable Sculptures Based on the Bible – Stephanie Lael Barrick
    7 p.m. | Stewart Hall

  • February 17
    Emanuel (A documentary that powerfully weaves the history of race relations in Charleston, the significance and impact of Mother Emanuel Church, and the hope that somehow emerges in the aftermath)
    7 p.m. | Stewart Hall

  • March 16
    Run for Zion: A Reflection on Running the Jerusalem Marathon, Feeding the Hungry, and Supporting Holocaust Survivors – Ray Hardee
    7 p.m. | Stewart Hall