How do Johonna Turner, Nancy Heisey, Ben Bailey, and several student leaders, make sense of justice and Jesus? Hear their stories. Johanna Turner is Assistant Professor with the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding. Nancy Heisey is Professor of Bible and Religion. Ben Bailey is Office Coordinator for the Department of Applied Social Sciences.
Sabrina Dorman, Director & Co-Founder of New Creation brings Spiritual Like Week chapel focusing on Jesus and Justice. Sabrina hails from the beautiful Shenandoah Valley. Her passion for fighting human trafficking quickly developed after volunteering with The Zion Project, and she made it her mission to learn about this issue on a local and… Read more »
Augsburger Lecture Series Using the image and symbol of the alma mater, Dr. Malinda Berry makes the case for Christ-centered education in an Anabaptist/Mennonite tradition that conceptualizes our network of schools as alma maters, or nourishing soul-mothers that are the Seat of Wisdom. This case involves thinking carefully about a nonviolent interpretation of the Christian… Read more »
Hear from the students of the Washington Community Scholars’ Center as they use a presidential debate as the platform for addressing questions about DC, dynamics of the program, and how they find God in the city.
Jesus asks, “Who do you say that I am?” This compelling and relevant question is being asked by campus ministries this year. Join Raymond Zeigler, Center for Justice and Peacebuilding student, as he reflects on his life on the streets of Philly in light of Jesus asking Who do you say that I am?
Have you considered exploring ministry? Carmen Schrock-Hurst, Bible and Religion Instructor, hosts Rachel Schrock and Jeremiah Knott as they share reflections from their experiences in ministry over the summer.
Reverend Tafue Lusama is from the small island nation of Tuvalu. Rev. Lusama is not only the leader of the Tuvalu Christian Church and a highly respected minister, but he is also an outspoken advocate for creation care and a Christian response to climate change. His small island nation is quickly disappearing as sea… Read more »
Martin Histand ’05 reflects on his experiences at EMU and with Mennonite Central Committee and how they informed working with Project Peanut Butter – a program addressing global malnutrition in children. Histand is being honored as Young Alum of the Year. During his time as a student and upon graduation from EMU in 2005,… Read more »