John Walker stands in the lobby of Faith Temple Chuch of God and Christ as he is framed by pictures of his father Elder Non, left, and mother Aleen Walker, right. "I come from a long line of pastors," Walker said. "What was I going to do?" Walker's grandfather, father and two uncles were all pastors. Walker stresses the importance of knowing where you come from spiritually and historically. "If you don't know the history your destined to repeat the past," he said" "And that's the history of your family, race, country, mother, father and faith."
Lucile, the one-ton bronze sculpture of a golden tiger, resides on Brenau University's historic Gainesville campus. She is named for the wife of former Brenau president H.J. Pearce who was the only woman to ever run the college when she headed the executive committee which ran the school for two years after her husband died and before the board of trustees named Josiah Crudup the next president.
Nursing faculty member Melissa McDowell looks over the iStan simulator as she gives a demonstration to nursing students on how to use the simulator.
Brenau University's Allison Lauricella displays a Steve Penley painting of the school's front lawn and Pearce Auditorium from the front lawn.
Brenau University Galleries Director Nichole Rawlings.
Brenau's Jasmine Williams is reflected over a logo for the university's new athletic branding campaign.
Christina Jundt, a Brenau Women's College 2013 alumna, at Lake Lanier in front of the cast of Half Mile Down a play she co-wrote and directed.
Promotional image of body sculpture for the "I Am" dance program at Brenau University.
Stockbridge High School quarterback Jeff O'Brien
Lois and Lowell Myers. "I love it here," Lowell Myers said about his home on S. Jackson Road. "It's a community where you can trust people."
Pastor John S. Walker prays aloud during monring serivce at Faith Temple Chuch of God and
Christ in Jackson Wednesday. Walker led his parishioners in walking around the church as he
began service with prayers.
Brenau softball players, from left, Cheyenne Marsh, Jenny Shepherd and Mackenzie Oliver stand on the future site of the Brenau University Athletic Complex next to the Milliken plant in Gainesville, Georgia.
Jim Southerland retired from Brenau University after 45-years of service and read from his memoir at the schools 135 anniversary weekend.
Kayanne Massey, a '63 Brenau Women's College alumna, for the Brenau Window
Charlie Ellis, a 14-year-old student who suffered from testicular cancer, shows his scar after he underwent surgery to remove the infected lymph nodes.
Brenau University Head Swim Coach Nate Rhoads
The 2013 Brenau Scholars photographed for the cover of the Brenau Window