Housekeeping co-workers reflect on the incredible career of Irene Brazier, who served the college for 42 years before her retirement in December.
Bill and Susan Gates are deeply invested in Bethel College. Bill has served on the Board of Trustees for more than three decades under six of Bethel’s seven presidents.
The BIG (Bethel Innovation Gateway) initiative on campus equips faculty and staff to think differently about higher education.
Bethel Sports Network (BSN), a student-driven organization within Bethel’s communication department, allows fans to watch sporting events in real time from off campus.
The Bethel tennis team is used to serving, but last fall, the players took their game to a new court when they supported Michiana Down Syndrome’s partnership with the nationwide Buddy Up Tennis program.
Alumna Shannan (Garber) Martin ’98 shares, in her own words, about blogging, her new book and her writing trip with Compassion International.
On Jan. 16, more than 800 people packed the Everest-Rohrer Auditorium for the third annual ReFuel Conference. It’s a day for worship teams and their leaders to be together, be refreshed and be equipped to continue their effective leadership in the church and the world (refuelconference.com).
The Crossings, the student-led literary journal of Bethel College, recently launched online. Its purpose? To cultivate “a community at Bethel College which takes seriously the call to worship God and express ourselves through the creation of a wide variety of beautiful art.”
Jamie Hilton ’03 released her first album, “Roots & Wings,” this past fall. It’s comprised of original lullabies written for children, about God’s promises for their lives. Its goal: “to guide little hearts to experience God’s gigantic love” – something Hilton found to be transformative in her own life.
“[Having roots and wings] can change the way we live,” Hilton says. “If we can understand that the Lord loves us, then we are going to be courageous enough to do what He calls us to do – because we trust Him.”
This December, Bethel College invites you to embark on a journey through Old Testament prophesy and New Testament fulfillment as we prepare our hearts to receive Jesus on Christmas. This weekly devotional contains a scriptural focus and meditation for each day in the four weeks of Advent, starting on the first Sunday. Download the printable PDF (with space to write your responses), to keep at your desk or in your home. And feel free to share it with your family, friends or church.