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Students Earn Credits Off Campus, Learning in New Ways and New Places

Bekah Enns’ great-grandparents would not recognize the way she is pursuing an academic degree in 2013. For one thing, the senior history major at Eastern Mennonite University spent last semester off campus, testing her work skills in her three academic minors—pre-law, political science, and ...More

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STEP Looks to Expand

The Study and Training for Effective Pastoral Ministry (STEP) program looks to grow in 2012 with the formation of two new cohorts of students simultaneously in Philadelphia, Pa. and Lancaster, Pa. for the fall semester. “Starting two cohorts of STEP students in one year signals another adventure for us,” remarked ...More

STEP Graduates First Class at Lancaster

As pastor at Weaverland Mennonite Church in East Earl, Pa., Brian Martin was called to sit with grieving widows and preach sermons. His 20 years in agricultural sales and construction did not prepare him for these tasks. Read more… ...More

EMS Lancaster Program to Graduate First Students

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Lancaster Students are STEPping Into Ministry

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EMU and Seminary ‘STEP’ Up Program for Pastoral Leaders

EMU at Lancaster welcomes Mark R. Wenger, who will step into the director’s role for ‘Study and Training for Effective Pastoral Ministry’ (STEP), a three-year training program designed by seminary staff for pastoral leaders in the Lancaster Mennonite Conference. Read more… ...More