Working as a full-time pastor in Roanoke, Virginia, or a volunteer chaplain in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and taking courses at Eastern Mennonite Seminary are no longer incompatible, thanks to a relatively
... read more about Hybrid seminary courses blend face-to-face and flexible learning
Charlie Tinsley MDiv. '18, Virginia state ambassador for the National Association of Adult Survivors of Childhood Abuse (NAASCA), was a panelist on the organization's Aug. 11 radio show. To find resources and the podcast, visit the NAASCA website.
... read more about Seminary grad is ambassador for organization supporting adult survivors of child abuse from National Association of Adult Survivors of Child Abuse
The Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) U.S. Washington Office celebrated its 50th anniversary with an open house and reception at The Hill Center in Washington D.C. on July 17. In attendance were
... read more about MCC U.S. Washington Office reflects on 50 years of advocacy
Shalom Mennonite Church in Newton has voted to provide sanctuary to undocumented immigrants facing deportation. Rev.
Rachel Ringenberg Miller and associate pastor Ben Woodward-Breckbill say that move allows the church to provide temporary relief to immigrants. ... read more about Newton church led by seminary grad votes to provide sanctuary to undocumented immigrants from The Wichita Eagle
When Eastern Mennonite Seminary Master of Divinity candidate Jason Wagner presented his capstone integration project this spring, he was introduced by Nathan Carr, a man he’d gotten to know on
... read more about Chaplain’s MDiv capstone project explores ‘healing and redemption’ in jail ministry
Shankar Rai has a message for the youth of the Bhutanese-Nepali Churches of America (BNCA) this summer: Love God with all your heart and soul, yes – but also with
... read more about Shankar Rai MDiv, MAOL ’18 to address Bhutanese-Nepali youth at national convention
Ray Gingerich, a professor of theology and ethics who inspired generations of students to think in new ways about their callings and helped to shape Eastern Mennonite University’s strong ethos
... read more about EMU community mourns death of professor who helped to shape the university’s peace and justice ethos
For the first time, graduates from Eastern Mennonite Seminary joined those of Eastern Mennonite University for the 100th Commencement ceremony on Sunday, May 6. The seminary conferred 18 degrees and
... read more about Eastern Mennonite Seminary graduates 22 ‘better Christ-followers’ to many callings
At a Campus Crusade for Christ retreat eight years ago, I sat with 50 other young women at a Young Life camp in Goshen, Va., listening to a female speaker give a lecture about marriage. The topic was "being faithful while we wait."
What I remember most from the event is not what it took to be a good Christian wife. It is what my male friend told me about what the guys learned during their session: how to follow the spirit’s calling toward their specific, unique ministries.
... read more about Lindsay Mustafa Davis: Women need Christian discipleship, not female discipleship from Sojourners
Eastern Mennonite Seminary students present Master of Divinity (MDiv) capstone projects that touch on both the personal formation experienced within the students’ seminary journeys, and the transformation they hope to
... read more about Capstone Integration Projects, Eastern Mennonite Seminary, Spring 2018