‘The world is hungry for the kinds of things taught in our Mennonite schools,’ says Daryl Byler, alumnus of both EMU and EMS. Read more… ... read more about World is Hungry for Peace Message, Says EMU Grad
Doug Graber-Neufeld, associate professor of biology at EMU When he chose Cambodia for a mission, Doug Neufeld wanted to help clean up the Asian country. “Cambodia has lots of environmental ... read more about Prof Helps Cambodians Clean Up
Eastern Mennonite University will hold its fall "Mission and Service Days" Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 10-11. Representatives of church-related organizations will have displays in the Campus Center Greeting Hall and ... read more about EMU Holds Fall ‘Missions and Service Days’
Jeremy Byler is always looking for ways to combine his love of trucking with his love of ministry. This summer, he has an unexpected opportunity to do both. Read more… ... read more about Seminary Grad Keeps on Truckin’
If you notice and enjoy seeing peace-doves on Virginia license plates in the coming year, you can thank Christine Poulson, a 1998 masters degree graduate of the Center for Justice ... read more about Will Peace License Plate See Daylight?
The weather outside was frightful, but inside the Campus Center, the activity was delightful as members of the campus community took part in a “Kitz Blitz” as a practical extension ... read more about Campus Warms Up With ‘Kitz Blitz’
The Rev. Lauren R. Stanley with her students at the Renk Bible College in Renk, Sudan. Photo by Madjur Chol Deng. The Rev. Lauren R. Stanley, the Episcopal Church’s only ... read more about Sudan Mission Worker to Speak