Ted Grimsrud and Mark Thiessen Nation, two theologians and EMU professors, argue both sides of one of the issues vexing the postmodern church: homosexuality. They engage in respectful yet passionate give-and-take over the differences between them as well as areas of agreement and consensus. Ted & Mark’s recently released book, Reasoning Together: A Conversation on… Read more »
In this Spring Semester Opening Convocation, Interim Provost, Dr. Lee Snyder addresses the campus community based on Genesis 1, John 1:1-5 and John 3:16-17. Convocation closes with a time of sending for the India and Guatemala Cross-cultural seminar groups.
President Loren Swartzendruber addresses the campus community with the message, “Called to Change the World,” followed by a Shenandoah Welcome for new students, faculty and staff members.
EMU celebrates the University’s 90th Annual Commencement. The graduates are thankful for the tentatively sunny day, allowing the ceremony to be held outside. Dr. Beryl Brubraker, retiring EMU provost, offers the Commencement Address.
EMU celebrates the University’s 90th Annual Commencement in this Baccalaureate Service. Dr. Christian Early, associate professor of philosophy and theology, addresses the community with his speech, “Wonder and Tragedy.”
Eastern Mennonite Seminary celebrates the Fifty-Ninth Annual Commencement with an address by Marva J. Dawn, and Senior Class Salutation by Jonathan D. Bowman
The Spring semester nursing graduates chose Dr. Beryl Brubaker, retiring EMU provost, to offer a prayer and words of encouragement. Three graduating Nurses share reflections, and Nursing coordinator Laura Esch emcees the pinning ceremony.
Opening Convocation for spring semester featured Provost Beryl Brubaker speaking on “Celebrate the Vision: Story Shaping Story” as part of EMU’s 90th anniversary celebration. Psalm 78: 1-7. The University also commissioned the sending of the of the Latin America Cross-Cultural group.