GENEROUS BIBLE GIFT
Marvin E. and Gladys R. Boht donated several biblical artifacts to Bethel College. Some artifacts included a page of Leviticus from the “Great Chain Bible” in England and a page of Acts from the Tyndale Bible. The entire collection, worth nearly $6,000, will eventually be displayed on Bethel’s campus. The location is yet to be determined.
Approximately 560 students plan to participate in graduation ceremonies April 30 and May 1.
For more information about graduation weekend, visit www.BethelCollege.edu/Graduation.
“BETHEL PRIME TIME” DEBUTS
Bethel students produced their second 30-minute TV news magazine show last semester. The show is an outcome of a class where students develop the content, conduct the interviews, shoot the video and write the stories. Check it out at www.BethelCollege.edu/Prime.
CHRISTIAN RECORDING ARTISTS VISIT BETHEL
Christian recording artists Jars of Clay and Brandon Heath performed at Bethel last fall. About 900 people showed up for the performance at Wiekamp Athletic Center. J.J. Heller performed during chapel and for the community this past semester.