As manager of Grace Christian School in Lagoj, Romania, Emanuel Olariu ’08 has seen the power of lives transformed through Christian education. He helped start the school with just 32 students after graduating from Bethel. Nine years later, the school has grown to 430 students – from preschool to eighth grade – and 80 staff members.
Watch how alumnus Emanuel Olariu ’08 is making a profound impact on his community and the Kingdom of God through Grace Christian School.
Former major league pitcher Eric Stults ’02 talks faith, family and his decision to retire after 14 years of professional play.
Four Bethel students, including junior Alex Busse, spent the spring semester in Oxford, England, studying at the University of Oxford, one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in the English speaking world. The group will return to campus Monday, April 19. Busse shares about his experience abroad — from classes, to culture to food.
The Bethel Innovation Gateway (BIG) is both a place and an idea that grew out of Innovation Leadership Immersion training at the Pfeil Innovation Center in South Bend.
The BIG (Bethel Innovation Gateway) initiative on campus equips faculty and staff to think differently about higher education.
Alumna Shannan (Garber) Martin ’98 shares, in her own words, about blogging, her new book and her writing trip with Compassion International.
Here’s a recap of Bethel College Task Force trips from the 2014-15 school year. Students traveled to Cancun, Mexico, the Dominican Republic and Noatak, Alaska to make a difference in communities. Learn more at BethelCollege.edu/MoveBeyond.
Noah Buchholz, M.Div., assistant professor of American Sign Language, dreams of someday starting a seminary for the Deaf.