Revisiting Old Experiments: What Can Reenactment Teach us About Transforming Goals for Labs?Daniel King, PhDAssociate Professor of Physics and EngineeringEastern Mennonite University
Join the campus community in hearing from Sue Park Hur as stories of women encountered through the Laboring Toward Wholeness – A Training on Dismantling Patriarchy curriculum and personal stories are woven and featured.
“The Living Water is Deeper than Our Religious Worldviews” – Join us as Jacob Cook, Pathways Grant Director, applies the worldview theory to Jesus’ conversation with the woman from Samaria at Jacob’s well. John 4:5-42
Join us as Seminary student, Rev. Ashley Isernhagen leads us in contemplative meditation, as we experience this Lenten season.
Have you heard of Ash Wednesday but never really understood it? Why dosome Christians smudge ashes on their foreheads on this day? What meaning does this ritual have for some followers of Jesus? Are there other ways to acknowledge humility before God?
“Hope Without Wavering” – Join us to hear Rev. Brett Isernhagen explore the traditions of Lent, Shrove Tuesday, Shrovetide, and Ash Wednesday. How do Christians approach the ideas of repentance and confession, and their connection to God’s love and eternal life? Hebrews 10:19-25
Resources for Recovery: Reading Ron Rash’s Short Stories Alongside Formerly Incarcerated WomenMartha Greene Eads, PhDProfessor of EnglishEastern Mennonite University
Join the EMU Community in celebrating Black History Month with speaker George Johnson ’11. Former EMU star athlete and now author, George Johnson, returns to Eastern Mennonite University to share his triumphant story of Double Crossed. Johnson speaks on his journey leading up to, during and life after his tenure as a Royal.
Join us as Seminary alum, Steve Pardini, speaks to us about the science of climate change and the theology of creation care. John 3:16