The “harmony way” of Native Americans is a lot like the “shalom community” taught by Jesus, according to a seminary professor from Oregon who spoke at Eastern Mennonite University on March 12-13, 2014. Randy Woodley, PhD, is a Cherokee Indian who has spent a lifetime studying the ways of his people as well as ...More
No more than 25 feet north of my home (I live almost adjacent to EMU) resides one of the best neighbors a person could have, Mildred Heacock Hostetter. She graduated from what was then Eastern Mennonite College (EMC) in 1950. Mildred married John Jacob Hostetter Jr., whose desire to study business-accounting prompted him to transfer from EMC to Madison College ...More
This article appears in Crossroads magazine, fall 2011 supplement
When the state of Georgia needed someone to rescue its troubled system for mentally ill and disabled individuals, it hired Frank Shelp ’80. In May 2009, Georgia named Shelp to be its first-ever commissioner of its newly formed Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities, charged with the well- ...More
John R. Mumaw (1904-1993) was not a large man, but he was a "big" person.
On Nov. 14, 190 people gathered at the Eastern Mennonite High School dining hall for a program and dinner to remember and to honor the godly legacy of John R., Esther M. and Evelyn K. Mumaw.
Myron S. Augsburger, president emeritus of Eastern Mennonite University, cut the cake and those in attendance joined in singing "happy birthday," then enjoyed cake and ice cream.
The recognition took place during an all-school picnic Aug. 19, part of the school’s annual faculty-staff conference. Dr. Augsburger, EMU president from 1965 to 1980, turned 80 the next day, Aug ...More
Dr. Nancey Murphey
The Shenandoah Anabaptist Science Society at Eastern Mennonite University will sponsor a presentation ...More