An entrepreneurial spirit pervades this diverse community, led by many Goshen College alumni.
David Maugel ’92 was selected as one of 11 principals to serve as a statewide mentor for the Indiana Principal Leadership Institute.
What if a significant number of members of Mennonite Church USA would say we’re sick and tired of being part of a denomination racked by conflict over same-sex issues?
GC grad is making a name for himself in China.
Jon Cutrell ’75 and Elizabeth DeFries helped engineer a garden in southeastern Elkhart County that marks the calendar — and life in Elkhart County.
College got a bit easier and more enjoyable this past academic year for some students at Goshen College, thanks to an innovative peer mentoring program by the Center for Intercultural and International Education (CIIE).
What are ways you are unlearning (passive-)aggression and being re-formed by practices of nonviolence?
For far too long the church has functioned with a “bucket of parts” membership mentality.
Over the past thirty-five years I have served in a pastoral role in four different Mennonite congregations, and in each congregation there has been debate about the validity of same-gender marriage.
There was never any doubt that Andy Yoder ’07 would complete his goal of becoming a doctor, but the path that led him there was difficult.