EMU professors Doug Graber-Neufeld, Steve Johnson, and Lester Zook share reflections of awe of the natural world and revering nature in this chapel hosted by the Earthkeepers club.
In the last Chapel Gathering in the Seminary of the current academic year, Professor of Church History Nate Yoder presents the Linden M. Wenger Anabaptist Studies Award to Seminary student Jonathan Swartz for his paper “Pilgrim Marpeck and Martin Bucer: Christology and Consequences in Strasbourg, 1528-1532″ written for Christian Traditions II. The Linden M. Wenger… Read more »
University Chapel Gathering emphasizes the university’s vision of being a Learning Community as faculty and staff in several departments celebrate significant achievements of students during the Spring semester.
#Occupy Empire: Anabaptism in God’s Mission In this Closing Worship Service of the #Occupy Empire Conference, members of the Listening Committee offer their reflections of what they heard during conference sessions and through informal conversations with conference participants. Jennifer Davis Sensenig serves as the lead pastor of Community Mennonite Church in Harrisonburg, Virginia, and Phil… Read more »
#Occupy Empire: Anabaptism in God’s Mission Session V is a series of three Lectures (Note: David Stutzman’s presence in the first lecture is via Skype) Matthew Krabill and David Stutzman present on “Empire: The Mission Frontier of the Church.” Matthew Krabill currently lives in Pasadena, CA, and is a doctoral candidate at Fuller Theological Seminary… Read more »
#Occupy Empire: Anabaptism in God’s Mission Janna Hunter-Bowman offers a lecture, “Embodied Discourse as Truth Claims and Behavior Change: A Constructive Alternative to Human Rights,” followed by a response by Mark Thiessen Nation. Janna Hunter-Bowman is pursuing a Ph.D. in peace studies and theology from the University of Notre Dame. She earned an M.A. degree… Read more »
#Occupy Empire: Anabaptism in God’s Mission Session II is a series of three Lectures: Paulette Moore and friends from the local “Occupy” movement present on “Occupy Harrisonburg and the Local Church.” Paulette is a filmmaker, educator, journalist, and activist. Through her work with established and emerging media she explores how art, power, conflict, and justice… Read more »
#Occupy Empire: Anabaptism in God’s Mission Nekeisha Alexis-Baker offers a lecture, “Race, Racism, and the Nation-State,” followed by a response by Carl Stauffer. A native Trinidadian and long-time New Yorker, Nekeisha Alexis-Baker currently calls Elkhart, Indiana her home. She received her BA with a major in African Studies from New York University, and her MA… Read more »
#Occupy Empire: Anabaptism in God’s Mission Chris Haw offers a lecture, followed by a response by Peter Dula. Chris is a carpenter, painter, theologian, and a potter. With his wife, Cassie, and baby, Simon, Chris lives with fellow community members at Camden House, a small intentional community in Camden, New Jersey. Chris grew up Catholic,… Read more »
#Occupy Empire: Anabaptism in God’s Mission Isaac Villegas offers a sermon, “Empire and the Power of Withdrawal” in the opening worship of a mini-conference on “Christian Witness in, but not of, the Empire.” Isaac Villegas is the pastor of Chapel Hill Mennonite Fellowship in North Carolina, and he teaches seminary classes in prisons with Project… Read more »