Notable People

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  • As teacher and administrator, N. B. Hardeman deeply influenced generations of students and future ministers at two Henderson, Tennessee schools: Georgie Robertson Christian College and National Teachers’ Normal and Business College (later renamed Freed-Hardeman University).

  • Jeu Hawk pioneered Disciples missions among Asian-Americans in Portland Oregon in 1892. By the turn of the twentieth century, the Stone-Campbell movement had a presence in India, Japan, China, Tibet, and Burma.

  • Terri Hord Owens

    Presentation at the Tulsa DCHS Kirkpatrick Conference:

    Concluding Thoughts and Call to Action

    Biographical Sketch

    Rev. Hord Owens was elected as the General Minister and President on July 9, 2017. A Disciple since young adulthood, Hord Owens was dean of students at the University of Chicago Divinity School and pastor of First Christian Church of Downers Grove, IL prior to her election.