Let’s talk about church with Malinda Berry ’96: New podcast series
Malinda Berry '96, assistant professor of theology and ethics at Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary, explores what’s at stake and in store at the upcoming Future Church Summit in Orlando, Florida, next week.
Sophie Lapp Jost ’13: Fraktur as spiritual practice
Sophie Lapp Jost '13 sees fraktur as more than just a fun creative hobby; it’s become a spiritual practice.
Mary Oyer’s ’45 African music instrument donation helps Jean Kidula’s ’82 UGA students learn music, culture, history
Jean Kidula's '45 African musical instrument collection got quite a boost earlier this year when Mary Oyer '45, Kidula's former professor, gave her more than 70 African musical instruments the that Oyer had collected in trips to the continent.
Interview with author Anita Hooley Yoder ’07
Anita Hooley Yoder '07 is author of the new book, Circles of Sisterhood, which explores the history of Mennonite women’s groups.
Isaac Longenecker ’19: Face-to-Face with Fair Trade
Through his SST, second-year Goshen student Isaac Longenecker had the opportunity to meet, face-to face, makers working with Ten Thousand Villages fair trade partner Manos Amigas.
Shanahan: 49ers intern Katie Sowers ’09 ‘did as good of a job as anyone’
The 49ers announced the addition of eight coaching interns, including Katie Sowers '09 the first woman in franchise history to serve in an instruction role.
Mennonite Health Services President/CEO Rick Stiffney ’73 announces retirement plans
The board of directors of Mennonite Health Services (MHS) announced today that MHS president/CEO Rick M. Stiffney plans to retire in the spring of 2018.
Attorney Matthew R. Hochstetler ’06 named one of county’s Twenty under 40 – About Stark County
‘Nuestras Memorias’ chronicles growing up Mennonite in Puerto Rico
A new book titled “Growing Up Mennonite in Puerto Rico: Nuestras Memorias,” was released in May, chronicling the experiences of Mennonites growing up in Puerto Rico in the mid-20th century.