Pastor Mariah Martin ’16 podcast broaches the taboo, but not in a bad way
Indiana pastor Mariah Martin '16 found there were certain sensitive topics she couldn’t explore well in front of her congregation. Her solution is a podcast open to the world. “Called to Be Bad” digs into the intersections of good and bad, pure and profane, holy and ordinary.
Beacon Press announces the promotion of Gayatri Patnaik ’90 to director
Beacon Press is delighted to share that Gayatri Patnaik '90, who has been with the press for two decades, has been appointed as the next Director, effective July 30, 2022.
23 Musicians and Music Industry Leaders Who Debuted in Goshen
Goshen is a hotbed for musicians, and many GC alumni have launched careers and found success in the music industry.
Stephen ’81 and Karen Kreider Yoder ’78: We Rode 3,800 Miles Across America on a Tandem Bike in Our 60s. Here’s What We Learned.
It wasn’t always easy. But the places we saw and the people we met made it all worthwhile.
Melissa MacGregor ’09 named to top 50 most influential social intelligence professionals globally
Melissa MacGregor, a Senior Research Manager at Microsoft, has been named to The Social Intelligence Lab's top 50 most influential social intelligence professionals globally.
Amy Gingerich ’99 reappointed as MennoMedia executive director
Amy Gingerich '99 has been reappointed as MennoMedia executive director. The MennoMedia Board tapped Gingerich for a second four-year term as leader of the denominational publishing arm. Gingerich was first appointed in 2018.
Doc’s Pavilion will celebrate the community Robert ‘Doc’ Abel ’45 loved
In the first few years after moving to Wakarusa in the 1950s, Robert “Doc” Abel '45 built a community swimming pool and pool house in his backyard. Now, with the help of his family and the Community Foundation, “Doc’s Pavilion,” an outdoor shelter for group gatherings and local events, will be a place where people can remember Doc’s contribution to the community.
Maria Witmer-Rich ’96: Watercolor art is chemist’s counterpoint
Maria Witmer-Rich '96 connects art and science and is equally at home in the chemistry lab as she is in the painting studio.
Paul Shetler Fast ’08 appointed to the Elkhart County Board of Health
Paul Shetler Fast '08, global health coordinator for the Mennonite Central Committee and adjunct professor of public health at GC, has been appointed to the Elkhart County Board of Health.