Seminary Capstone Presentation – Jonathan Swartz

& Seminary, Seminary Senior Capstone, Student Speakers.

Jonathan Swartz, Surprised by Hoping In/For Conflict? Students in the seminary’s Master of Divinity program complete Capstone Integration Projects across the two semesters of their senior year. During the fall semester, they negotiate with the professors in the Formation in Missional Leadership class the design of their projects. They then complete their projects in… Read more »

“Embracing Missional Shalom Community” – Dr. Randy Woodley

& Augsburger Lecture Series, University Chapels.

What does missional shalom community look like? In this opening chapel of the Augsburger Lecture Series, consider the perspectives of Randy Woodley, from Eagle’s Wings Ministry, and the teaching of Luke 15. Randy Woodley is an author, missiologist, activist-scholar, former pastor and innovator. In over 35 years of grassroots ministry he has founded or… Read more »

Inside Athletics: March 6, 2014

& Faculty/Staff Speakers, Inside Athletics.

In this week’s “Inside Athletics” podcast, Dave and James come up for air after last week’s busy stretch with the ODAC Basketball Tournaments.  They give some recapping thoughts on the basketball tournaments, as well as the ODAC Indoor Tack & Field Championships, which were also last weekend.  Other topics include David Falk and EMU’s 15… Read more »

Inside Athletics: February 28, 2014

& University Chapels.

In this week’s “Inside Athletics” podcast, Dave and James talk live from the ODAC Basketball Tournaments in Salem, Va., where both the men and the women have advanced into the semifinals.  They give an overview of the tournament, which has featured a few upsets already, and then talk about all that’s going on on this… Read more »

“Mennonite Economic Development Association (MEDA)” – Faith Patrick

& University Chapels.

Faith Patrick, director of the Mennonite Economic Development Association (MEDA) net voucher program in Tanzania, shares about ministry through business ventures. Chapel concludes with a time of sending for students going on spring break Y-Trips.

“Martin Luther King’s Choices and Ours” – Dr. Vincent Harding

& Chapel Gathering in the Seminary, Seminary.

Dr. Vincent Harding engages a discussion around the themes of a quote by MLK and Matthew 25: 31 -40. I choose to identify with the underprivileged. I choose to identify with the poor. I choose to give my life for the hungry. I choose to give my life for those who have been left… Read more »

“Is America Possible?” – Dr. Vincent Harding

& University Chapels.

In this evening lecture, Dr. Harding, a friend and confidant of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., presents a guided discussion based on his years of experience with the Civil Rights movement, and on his recent thinking about compassion and the many forms of non-violent expression for social change. Dr. Vincent Harding is a celebrated… Read more »

“Loved into Life: a personal testimony” – Dr. Vincent Harding

& University Chapels.

The EMU history department and Black Student Union host Dr. Vincent Harding to share from his life and faith journey as part of the Keim Lecture Series and Black History Month. Dr. Harding was a friend and close associate of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and a Mennonite pastor who visited EMU during the… Read more »

“Rock. Lichen. Forest: Representing Biodiversity in the Pacific Northwest” – Steven Johnson

& University Colloquium Series.

Associate professor Steven Johnson, gives a presentation on his 12-13 sabbatical entitled “Rock. Lichen. Forest: Representing Biodiversity in the Pacific Northwest.”

“Desert Safaris for Reconciliation” – Dr. Salim Munayer

& University Chapels.

The Middle East is fraught with polarization. Yet in the midst of conflicts churches are often recognized as communities of forgiveness and reconciliation. For Dr. Salim Munayer bearing witness to the Gospel of reconciliation within the conflict is his passion.  In University Chapel, he speaks about this enormously challenging calling. ——- Salim Munayer is… Read more »