Students discover what can happen when open hearts meet the Holy Spirit, nearly 100 miles north of the Arctic Circle.
New Director of Diversity and Inclusion Redgina Hill views diversity through the lens of academic and institutional excellence.
Hannah (Miller) ’12 and Neil Silveus ’13 moved to Billings, Montana, so she could pursue a career in public health. But what they found there was an unexpected opportunity for ministry.
A survivor of domestic slavery, Shanti Lama ’15 once thought obtaining a college degree was impossible. Now, she’s is taking what she’s learned to empower people in her home country.
Joel Runyon ’09 aims to build seven schools through running seven ultra-marathons on seven continents.
Noah Buchholz, M.Div., assistant professor of American Sign Language, dreams of someday starting a seminary for the Deaf.
Alumna Carol Draeger Thomas ’10 is making a difference in the lives of students at Rise Up Academy at Eggleston.
Solomon Egbeama ’15 got amazing results after revising his résumé through adult and graduate studies career services.
Through Bethel’s center for customized training, James Lovaas, director, is forging new partnerships through instruction at local businesses.
Edoarda Perez ’14 (center) found a job through connections with Kelly Ball (left), vice president at Pathfinders Advertising and Matthew Stackowicz (right), Bethel’s director of career services.