More than 9,000 people are expected to flow through the Harrisonburg International Festival this Saturday (09/27/14) swaying to music from a half-dozen areas of the world, partaking of food from multi-cultures, perusing international crafts, wearing or viewing national costumes, and making unity flags at a booth staffed by ...More
On a Sunday morning in an upstairs classroom at Eastern Mennonite Seminary, a group of people gather in a circle around a table.
Though the setup isn’t immediately indicative of a church service, that’s what makes The Table different.
The service, which started as week night get-togethers around town seven or eight years ago, ...More
The first two sentences, set in large font, on the financial aid page of Hesston (Kan.) College’s website cut right to the chase: “Let’s be clear, college is expensive. There’s really no way to dance around it.”
Concern over college affordability in the United States is nothing new. The inflation-adjusted average annual cost of tuition, room and board ...More
Preaching from a pulpit on Sundays is not the aspiration of seminary students Eugene and Christina Kraybill.
Eugene, in fact, is often in the sky Sunday mornings, piloting his United Airlines CRJ-700 from Dulles International Airport – a job he enjoys and plans to continue indefinitely. Ministry, for him, is “not ‘a calling’; it’s life.”
“We really feel called to be ...More
Les Horning has been a pastor, bus driver, chemist, house painter and doctoral student of Hebrew. Now he is a full-time advocate for Eastern Mennonite Seminary, Harrisonburg, Va., as associate director of development, church relations and admissions. He is also the father of an EMU undergrad.
“When I was a student here in 1995, I knew I wanted to return some day as faculty or staff,” ...More
Brian Gumm of the EMU School of Leadership Training offers insights into spreading the church’s message in the digital age during a seminar at Eastern Mennonite Seminary on Tuesday. Gumm discu ...More
Where do young adults go to discuss what’s right with the church, not just what’s wrong with it?
Two Eastern Mennonite Seminary alumni have created a blog and web magazine to provide a forum for young adults who are committed to staying in the institutional church but want to discuss what that means.
"Work and ...More