EMS student Maria Christine Meyer Byler and EMU Campus Pastor Lana Miller share stories and reflections about creating opportunities for young women to experience a call to ministry.
Kelsey Zook, Ann Hershberger, Diego Barahona, and Jered Lyons sghare parts of their faith stories. Each person shares their story in an interview style and then a theatrical group from campus does an improvisational retelling of each story after it is shared. We also hear stories of Biblical characters and their significant encounters with Jesus.
Using Deuteronomy 6 as our guide we are encouraged to remember the ways we have experienced God and how that impacts our lives. Chaska Yoder, Stephanie Bush, Jonathan Estrada, and Cathy Smeltzer Erb share parts of their faith stories.
Professional actors Jim and Carol Anderson Shores use theatre to explore the struggle of doubt and faith in the face of challenging family relationships. A hilarious, moving show based on a true story that offers hope.
Acts of Renewal is on campus for Spiritual Life Week.
In this week’s “Inside Athletics” podcast, Dave and James take an in-depth look at the EMU sports currently in action, going team-by-team. Topics include: alumni and Hall of Honor receptions, a new development in injury treatments at EMU, finishing a season strong and starting a new season on the right foot.
Students and faculty/staff gather in the Campus Center Greeting Hall for reflections from camping and outdoor ministry. Tyler Yoder and Jonathan Burkholder share from their experiences as camp staff.
This week Dave’s guest is head cross country and track and field coach, Jason Lewkowicz talking “everything track and field”. Jason shares his perspective the indoor season and its relation to both the outdoor track season and the cross country seasons. He also provides insights on the training and practice plans for the different track participants, often specializing the workouts for each athlete and setting individual goals. Finally he gives a quick overview of some of the highlight performances so far this indoor season and what we might expect for the outdoor season.
Ted Swartz and Tim Ruebke open with a sketch pointing toward a need for the gentle yet persistent way of peacemaking employed by Mennonite Central Committee, the relief and service arm of Mennonite Church USA and other Anabaptist denominations. Krista Johnson shares, representing MCC.
President Swartzendruber discusses the Listening Process as the Seminary Community is called to prayer for discernment.
Dr. Ron Stoltzfus offers a presentation on his 12-13 sabbatical, entitled “Reporting Public Pension Liabilities: What Every Citizen Ought to Know.” He has been part of the EMU department of business and economics since 1984.