DaVonne Harris, new RD for Yoder and director of campus activities, will share parts of her faith journey with us. Join us as we welcome her to Goshen College!
Archives for 2011
Bob Rombach will introduce us to the people and policies that serve our wonderful food on campus.
Come on out to the first chapel of the year today at 10:00 a.m. in Church-Chapel sanctuary. We’ll engage the Campus Ministries theme, “Serving Christ, through singing, prayer, and listening to reflections by Bob Yoder, campus pastor, and Emily Hedrick and Sarah Dieter, student chapel assistants.
Parables, the student worship group, will sing. President Brenneman will speak on “A Culture for Service Leadership.” We will all welcome each other to a new school year with applause and a treat in Schrock Plaza.
The new Goshen Core curriculum will begin in 2012. Student response and feedback is important as this new “core” is finalized.
GC alum Doug Schwartzentruber was named one of the top 100 people of the year by TIME magazine in 2010 for his research in cancer immunization. This summer he is moving from the Goshen Center for Cancer Care to Indianapolis and will oversee cancer care programs for the entire IU Health System. In this convocation, he will share milestones along his journey.
Students from Broadcast Media Production classes presented productions from 2010-11. As the bulk of the convocation was viewing video clips, this podcast is of the students’ introductions only.
Join us for a special Monday chapel as part of Holy Week. This chapel introduces us to the Stations of the Cross as a means of praying.
Pastor Johnathan “YPJ” Miller, from Faith Apostolic Ministries in South Bend, Indiana, speaks to us on “Bold! Right! Life!: Expressions of Worship and the Hip Hop Generation.”
Four seniors share memories and wisdom from their college experience: Peni Acayo, Annalisa Klassen Harder, Kurt Neufeld, and Edgar Saucedo-Davila.
Join us for a special interactive service of prayers and intercession for needs facing our campus, our community, our friends and family, and our world. Music and worship are an integral part of this service.
Don’t be “fooled” into thinking we don’t have chapel this day…cause we do! 🙂
In an authentic and compelling manner, award-winning speaker and mental health advocate Sean Campbell shares his personal story of struggles with depression and anxiety, his triumphs over adversities, such as living with a father with bipolar disorder and alcoholism, and his success in promoting mental health awareness and providing people with strategies to maintain positive mental health. A Campus Health and Wellness (CHAW) convocation.
Gerald Mast, a professor at Bluffton University in Ohio, delivers this year’s C. Henry Smith peace lecture.
Christine and Tom Sine conclude their three days with us with this chapel in which they draw from the insights of having met with students about “Creating New Possibilities” for life after Goshen College.
Join us for a special WEDNESDAY chapel as we hear parts of the faith stories of Christine and Tom Sine, our three-day campus ministry guest speakers. While here, they interacted with our community through classes, informal meetings, and other intentional gatherings.
Learn about the many ways we are working to reduce our campus carbon footprint. Also an introduction to the new Sustainability Semester, which begins next fall at Merry Lea.
Be encouraged in your own faith walk as you hear President Jim Brenneman share aspects of his faith and life story, From High School Dropout to GC President: Figuring Out God’s Will for Your Life.