Steven Wright, from MEDA (Mennonite Economic Development Association), will tell stories about how the Ukraine, once a fertile breadbasket, is beginning to thrive again.
Archives for 2011
Have you ever struggled to live up to your or others’ ideals? Have these struggles prevented you from fully living into the beautiful ways God has created you and intended for you? This chapel wrestles with these realities and offers hope.
The Women’s World Choir, directed by Deb Brubaker, give us a preview of their spring break touring program.
Have you ever had struggles with “the church” or ever wondered “what’s the point?” This chapel wrestles with some of these realities while offering hope.
A relationship task force of students and faculty focused this convo on the challenges of relating and surviving in community. Hear from Lucas Nafziger, Adam Graber Roth and others on Valentines Day!
Ervin Stutzman, Mennonite Church USA Executive Director, shares with us on the theme of “Investing in Hope.”
Reflections on the first ever Egypt SST experience.
The 2010 Camping Inquiry Program student participants will share of their summer experiences through singing, prayer, and sharing. 2010 CIP Participants: Allison Yoder, Emily Bowman, Jennifer Zehr, Kate Widmer, Bailey Bontrager, Marita Beachy, Annika Miller, Jessica Gotwals, Marshal Watson, Karina Rohrer-Meck, Rachel Nafziger, Ben Baumgartner.
Jennifer Stutzman, Custodial Supervisor, shares aspects of her faith journey.
In the Maple Scholars program each summer, students collaborate with a professor to do collaborative research, earning a scholarship and valuable experience. In convocation, several students share about their 2010 projects. Applications for 2011 Maple Scholars are due Feb. 1.
A Hymn Sing “Shoutout” is a Goshen College tradition! Brian Wiebe, Music Center Executive Director, and others guide our time as we shout out our favorites.
Featuring Dr. Quinton Dixie, writer Manuel Luis Martinez, and the Voices-n-Harmony gospel choir.
Come to our opening Spring semester chapel to hear students Jenn Speight (senior), Jessie Gotwals (sophomore), and Nate Manning (junior) personally reflect on how they have been “Transformed by Christ,” this year’s Campus Ministries theme.