Bethel graduate Michelle Ferris has been keeping busy since her graduation last May. Ferris and The Vineyard Church are hosting a benefit art auction to raise funds for orphaned children in South Sudan. “Art for the Heart of Africa” will be held on Friday, Oct... More »
“I immediately felt sick when I found out about the accident,” said admission counselor and former Bethel College student, Paula Richardson, about her husband. “I just needed to talk with him so I could make sure that he was okay.” On Monday, Sept. 28, Jason R... More »
On Tuesday, Oct. 6 over 900 Bethel students went out into the surrounding communities to serve their neighbors. Forty-three different groups worked in locations throughout Michiana. According to Service Learning, the number of groups was smaller than in years ... More »
This year’s Spiritual Emphasis Week (SEW) featured Kingdom Building Ministries’ Foster Christy. Guest speaker Christy inspired and challenged students to not “grieve the Spirit” with their unrepentence. “Like many other students, I found that God’s grace and f... More »
Bethel College enrollment has reached its highest level with more than 2,100 students enrolled this fall semester. It’s a welcome increase after a down year last year. “Last year was down compared to past years for no particular reason, but over the last 15 ye... More »
Earlier this month nearly 2,000 students at Washington State University reported symptoms of the novel H1N1 virus. That situation, as well as influenza cases in the Saint Joseph County area, has led Bethel College to take extra precautions to prevent the sprea... More »
Shortly before 10 a.m., the day transformed from casual to chaotic when a man, armed with a handgun, entered the bank and approached Hamman’s station.
We’re surrounded by this cloud of witnesses,” said John Vermilya, the speaker during Spiritual Emphasis Week. “Men and women, names that we know and the countless, nameless, faceless others that you’ll never know on this side of Heaven. All of these who have p... More »