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Walter G. Fremont

Dean of Education

Bob Jones University

HQ Phone:  (864) 242-5100

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Bob Jones University

1700 Wade Hampton Blvd.

Greenville, South Carolina,29614

United States

Company Description

Bob Jones University is a Christian liberal arts university focused on educating the whole person to reflect and serve Jesus Christ. Our greatest desire is that our students know God and reflect His character. At BJU we nurture our students' spiritual growth a... more

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Trudy Freemont « No Tears in Heaven

notearsinheaven.com [cached]

Trudy Fremont pictured with her husband, Dr. Walter Fremont.
Her husband, Walter Fremont, served as the Dean of Education at Bob Jones University for 37 years, a position held until 1990. In addition to his academic responsibilities, Dr. Fremont authored several books on the family, youth and counseling. He is now in total care, but still writing and praising the Lord. Trudy Fremont pictured with her husband, Dr. Walter Fremont. In 1986 Walt was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease (ALS) and given two to five years to live. Five years passed and Walt was still alive, even though he was slowly losing more of his mobility. He finally had to give up his position as Dean of Education at BJU in 1990. In 1991 he taught his last class. He handled it well. Walt's mind remained alert, so he kept busy with various projects for which he hadn't had time before. Walt's words at my sad news were, "Praise the Lord. This gal who loved the Lord and life was in heaven with her beloved Savior. Walt still lives. Since his diagnosis he has finished three books and is working on another one. Through the love and support of many friends, we have been encouraged emotionally and spiritually. We have also been helped in material ways that have made our lives easier. We are continually reminded that our ways are not His ways, neither our thoughts His thoughts (Isaiah 55:8). When Luke would visit Dr. Fremont it was always a time of sweet fellowship , encouragement and reflection on God's grace and mercy. Luke Gribick, in a recent visit with Dr. Fremont.


Bob Jones University told rape victims to repent and look for 'root sin' that caused their attack

onestudent.org [cached]

In a 1996 book, 'Becoming an Effective Christian Counselor,' written by former BJU Dean of Education Walter Fremont and his wife, counselors are instructed to emphasize that the blame lies with the abuser.


wisdomquarterly.blogspot.com

In a 1996 book, Becoming an Effective Christian Counselor, written by former BJU Dean of Education Walter Fremont and his wife, counselors are instructed to emphasize that the blame lies with the abuser .


onestudent.org

In a 1996 book, 'Becoming an Effective Christian Counselor,' written by former BJU Dean of Education Walter Fremont and his wife, counselors are instructed to emphasize that the blame lies with the abuser.


Trudy Fremont

www.notearsinheaven.com [cached]

Trudy Fremont pictured with her husband, Dr. Walter Fremont.
Her husband, Walter Fremont, served as the Dean of Education at Bob Jones University for 37 years, a position held until 1990. In addition to his academic responsibilities, Dr. Fremont authored several books on the family, youth and counseling. He is now in total care, but still writing and praising the Lord. Trudy Fremont pictured with her husband, Dr. Walter Fremont. In 1986 Walt was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease (ALS) and given two to five years to live. Five years passed and Walt was still alive, even though he was slowly losing more of his mobility. He finally had to give up his position as Dean of Education at BJU in 1990. In 1991 he taught his last class. He handled it well. Walt's mind remained alert, so he kept busy with various projects for which he hadn't had time before. Walt's words at my sad news were, "Praise the Lord. This gal who loved the Lord and life was in heaven with her beloved Savior. Walt's spontaneous praise expressed his assurance that Elaine was in a better place and that God makes no mistakes. Walt still lives. Since his diagnosis he has finished three books and is working on another one. Through the love and support of many friends, we have been encouraged emotionally and spiritually. We have also been helped in material ways that have made our lives easier. We are continually reminded that our ways are not His ways, neither our thoughts His thoughts (Isaiah 55:8). When Luke would visit Dr. Fremont it was always a time of sweet fellowship , encouragement and reflection on God's grace and mercy. Luke Gribick , in a recent visit with Dr. Fremont.


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