With so much international strife, national economic worries and individual challenges, everyone needs a bit of silence and inward spiritual reflection in their lives to renew hope. Goshen College again offers an online spiritual resource to help believers make time and space in their hearts and minds to reflect on the Christian season of Lent.
In winning the 2005 C. Henry Smith Peace Oratorical Contest with her speech about community nutrition, Elizabeth Miller honored the request of friends she made in Kenya last summer.
Leslie Bentley, president of Pedagogy/Theatre of the Oppressed, is the Roy H. Umble Master Class in Theater lecturer and teacher and will speak at Goshen College on Jan. 25 at 7 p.m. in Umble Center on The Courage to Be Happy: Augusto Boal and Democratizing Theatre. A reception will follow.
What do gangs in Honduras, Darfur and community nutrition have in common? They will be among the topics of speeches during Goshen Colleges 2005 C. Henry Smith Peace Oratorical Contest.
The Goshen College campus has changed a lot since Carrie Newcomer was a student in the early 1980s. But the sing-songwriter will find many fans in the area happy to welcome her back to her old stomping grounds to perform at Goshen College in a venue very different than the performance halls of her student days.
A deep love of musical literature is the driving force behind the Tokyo String Quartet that motivates each brilliant performance.
The Goshen College Afternoon Sabbatical,
The recent natural disaster in South Asia has caused many around the world to respond, including the Goshen College campus.
The process of seeking a new president for Goshen College has begun with a focus on listening to the many voices with interest in leadership for the 110-year old institution. When the newly named members of the Goshen College Presidential Search Committee gathered from across the country in Kansas City for their first meeting, they were directed by Virgil Miller, chair of the Goshen College Board of Directors, and Rosalind E. Andreas, chair of the Mennonite Education Agency (MEA) Board of Directors, to “reach out within the church to include many voices in this process to inform your prayerful work together.