Goshen grad makes connections with ‘Mennonite Game’

Oct 30, 2017 by and

GOSHEN, Ind. — While plenty of Mennonites have played the “Mennonite game” — the Anabaptist version of six degrees of separation — only a select few have played Mark Eash Hershberger’s version. But...

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Believers conference looks to Reformation for renewal

Sep 25, 2017 by and

GOSHEN, Ind. — Fifty years after the first Believers Church Conference in 1967, more than 150 people representing nearly a dozen denominations gathered at Goshen College Sept. 14-16 for “Word, Spirit and...

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Goshen College appoints Stoltzfus 18th president

Jul 17, 2017 by and

GOSHEN, Ind. — Rebecca Stoltzfus has been appointed as Goshen College’s 18th president by a unanimous vote of the college’s board of directors and the board of the Mennonite Education Agency. She will...

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Goshen College announces candidate of choice for president

May 24, 2017 by and

GOSHEN, Ind. — The Goshen College Presidential Search Committee announced alumna Rebecca Stoltzfus as its candidate of choice to become the college’s 18th president during an all-campus gathering May...

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Goshen president to resign at end of school year

Aug 23, 2016 by

GOSHEN, Indiana — James E. Brenneman announced on Aug. 17 that he will step down from his role as the 16th president of Goshen College at the end of the 2016-17 academic year, concluding 11 and a half years...

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Menno Tea expands with Pennsylvania farm, cafe

Aug 1, 2016 by and

GOSHEN, Ind. — Menno Tea co-founders Hans Weaver and Niles Graber Alvarez are returning to their roots this summer with the grand opening of the Menno Tea Mint Farming Cafe in Bird-in-Hand, Pa. Inspired by a...

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Goshen student sings to heal trauma, promote peace

Feb 1, 2016 by and

GOSHEN, Ind. — Galed Krisjayanta, a third-year music student at Goshen College, released his first album at the age of 10. Cassettes, CDs, DVDs and even karaoke versions of him singing traditional Indonesian...

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Goshen professor earns Indiana’s highest civil rights award

Jan 18, 2016 by

GOSHEN, Ind. — Regina Shands Stoltzfus, assistant professor of peace, justice and conflict studies at Goshen College, has been awarded the Spirit of Justice Award by the State of Indiana Civil Rights...

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Goshen College president attends White House climate day

Dec 7, 2015 by

GOSHEN, Ind. — By invitation, Goshen College President Jim Brenneman took part in a higher education climate roundtable discussion Nov. 19 at the White House, as part of the American Campuses Act on Climate...

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Profile surveys world’s Anabaptists

Sep 14, 2015 by and

Sociological surveys may be uncommon evangelistic tools, but Damien Pelende of the Democratic Republic of Congo found the Global Anabaptist Profile survey drew new people to his church. The two-year project...

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Farming volunteer program joins Quakers, Mennonites

Mar 13, 2015 by , , and

Peace Farm, a new voluntary service program born out of a collaborative effort between Quakers and Mennonites in Bally, Pa., is preparing for its inaugural season, beginning in May. The venture brings together...

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Goshen gives thanks for nearly $2 million gift

Dec 8, 2014 by

GOSHEN, Ind. — Milo Albrecht, 93, only attended Goshen College for three semesters, but his nearly $2 million gift will give many students the opportunity to stay longer. A regular donor to Goshen College,...

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‘Come let us all unite to sing’ all night long

Dec 1, 2014 by

GOSHEN, Ind. — Bobby Switz­er did not grow up going to church or singing, but he has become passionate about hymns and congregational music since coming to Goshen College four years ago. When he started the...

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Goshen marathon of hymns

Nov 10, 2014 by and

GOSHEN, Ind. — With the goal of uniting in harmony to bring peace to a troubled world, Goshen College’s Hymn Club will bring together students and community members to sing continuously through every verse...

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Goshen students witness hope in Palestine

Aug 18, 2014 by and

GOSHEN, Ind. — When Sam Carlson walked to work in the morning, he stepped over hundreds of tear gas canisters, stun grenades and smoke bombs. Sometimes he could feel tear gas lingering in the air. Carlson, a...

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Goshen restructures, cuts staff

May 26, 2014 by

GOSHEN, Ind. — Goshen College is reducing staff as part of a restructuring process that seeks to reduce costs, advance the college’s vision and enhance services for students. During an academic...

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‘Fast Jason’ achieves his Ultimate goal

May 12, 2014 by and

GOSHEN, Ind. — Jason Yoder, a 2008 Goshen College graduate and doctoral student at Indiana University Bloomington, somehow finds ample time to play with flying discs as a member of the Indianapolis...

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From Paraguay to Goshen, faith in many forms

May 5, 2014 by and

GOSHEN, Ind. — Across 13 countries and many cultural barriers, three Goshen College graduates found hospitality among different South and Central American Anabaptist groups during their 11-month, 10,000-mile...

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Women’s choir celebrates a decade of world music

Apr 14, 2014 by and

GOSHEN, Ind. — The first things Kate Friesen noticed about the Goshen College Women’s World Music Choir were their colorful scarves and bare feet. “But their sound was different, too,” said Friesen, a...

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Modern ‘Mirror’

Mar 21, 2014 by and

GOSHEN, Ind. — A Congo­lese pastor who forgave the armed men who had forced him to dig his own grave. A Ukrainian Mennonite Breth­ren family displaced to labor camps throughout the Soviet Union and...

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