“Camp Day Chapel” — Tyler Yoder and Jonathan Burkholder

& Student Speakers, University Chapels.

Students and faculty/staff gather in the Campus Center Greeting Hall for  reflections from camping and outdoor ministry. Tyler Yoder and  Jonathan Burkholder share from their experiences as camp staff.

Inside Athletics: February 3, 2014

& Faculty/Staff Speakers, Inside Athletics.

This week Dave’s guest is head cross country and track and field coach, Jason Lewkowicz talking “everything track and field”.  Jason shares his perspective the indoor season and its relation to both the outdoor track season and the cross country seasons.  He also provides insights on the training and practice plans for the different track participants, often specializing the workouts for each athlete and setting individual goals.  Finally he gives a quick overview of some of the highlight performances so far this indoor season and what we might expect for the outdoor season.

Inside Athletics is a weekly podcast hosted by Director of Athletics, Dave King. The podcast offers a synopsis of what is happening in EMU athletics, but also delves deeper into how athletics at EMU shapes lives and enhances college educations by positively impacting an athlete’s understanding of self, others, and God. Sports Information Director James De Boer is a regular guest with EMU coaches and athletes making appearances as well.

“Persistent Peace Making” – MCC with Ted & Co. Theaterworks

& University Chapels.

Ted Swartz and Tim Ruebke open with a sketch pointing toward a need for the gentle yet persistent way of peacemaking employed by Mennonite Central Committee, the relief and service arm of Mennonite Church USA and other Anabaptist denominations. Krista Johnson shares, representing MCC.

“Reflections on Listening together” – Dr. Loren Swartzendruber

& Chapel Gathering in the Seminary, Discernment, Faculty/Staff Speakers, Seminary.

President Swartzendruber discusses the Listening Process as the Seminary Community is called to prayer for discernment.

The entire campus community is invited to every chapel service on campus. Eastern Mennonite Seminary hosts chapel gatherings in Martin Chapel every Tuesday and Thursday morning at 11:00.

“Reporting Public Pension Liabilities: What Every Citizen Ought to Know” – Dr. Ron Stoltzfus

& Faculty/Staff Speakers, University Colloquium Series.

Dr. Ron Stoltzfus offers a presentation on his 12-13 sabbatical, entitled “Reporting Public Pension Liabilities: What Every Citizen Ought to Know.” He has been part of the EMU department of business and economics since 1984.

“Call to Prayer: Entering the Listening Process” — Jacob Landis, Maddie List, Grantley Showalter

& University Chapels.

The EMU community is called to prayer for the listening process. Our focus is on Romans 12 as we reflect on being transformed into the image of Christ.

“What I Learned from Ministry Inquiry” – Jacob Landis and Matt Naugle

& Student Speakers, University Chapels.

How are you searching to clarify your call in life? Students who participated in the Ministry Inquiry Program (MIP) over the summer months share reflections from their experiences of exploring a sense of call to ministry.

Inside Athletics: January 24, 2014

& Faculty/Staff Speakers, Inside Athletics.

In this week’s “Inside Athletics” podcast, Dave and James discuss the basketball teams and their respective three-game winning streaks.  Dave then talks about the NCAA Convention he attended last week, giving some bullets points from two sessions he attended on a pair of hot-button current events.

Inside Athletics is a weekly podcast hosted by Director of Athletics, Dave King. The podcast offers a synopsis of what is happening in EMU athletics, but also delves deeper into how athletics at EMU shapes lives and enhances college educations by positively impacting an athlete’s understanding of self, others, and God. Sports Information Director James De Boer is a regular guest with EMU coaches and athletes making appearances as well.

 

“Women of the Bible” – Chris Parks

& Student Speakers, University Chapels.

Enter the stories of several women in the Bible through a moving and evocative presentation written and performed by Chris Parks.

MLK Day Chapel: “A Domesticated King” – Dr. David Evans

& University Chapels.

David Evans speaks on “A Domesticated King” for the MLK Day Chapel in Lehman Auditorium.

David Evans, Asst Prof-History and Mission at the seminary, has worked in various ministry contexts. While living in Washington, DC, David was the Junior/Senior High Director of an out-of-school time program on Capitol Hill. Later he served as Community Development Resource coordinator with MCC East Coast. Most recently he was co-pastor of Boonton United Methodist Church in New Jersey. He loves to spend time with his wife, Faith, his two boys Isaac, 14 and Solomon, 7 and an infant Sophia Grace. He finds joy in playing and watching basketball and soccer. He is also an avid music enthusiast. Above all else, he would like to be known as someone who loves God with deep conviction and loves God’s people with a heart that is wide open.

Ph.D. Drew University Graduate Division of Religion, Historical Studies
M.Phil. Drew University, Historical Studies
M.T.S. Wesley Theological Seminary, History of Christianity
B.A. Spring Arbor College, Christian Ministries