Here are some examples of the GREAT momentum building on campus as we strive to become GREATer, for the greater glory of God.
Early in her life, Bethel-educated nurse Elizabeth LeFeber ’10 felt led to serve in Africa. She pursued nursing as a career at Bethel College. And earlier this year, she volunteered to work on the Africa Mercy, a 78-bed floating surgical hospital, then docked in Madagascar. The hospital ship provides free and lifesaving surgeries for people without access to medical care. It’s all part of Mercy Ships, a nonprofit organization headquartered in Lindale, Texas, dedicated to bringing health and healing to the poor.
Transition to teaching alumnus Eric Johnson ’10, ’12 is one of 28 teachers from 11 countries to serve on the first TED-Ed Innovative Educator cohort.
Three Bethel alumni created created software that transforms statistics into detailed infographics – instantly.
Housekeeping co-workers reflect on the incredible career of Irene Brazier, who served the college for 42 years before her retirement in December.
Bill and Susan Gates are deeply invested in Bethel College. Bill has served on the Board of Trustees for more than three decades under six of Bethel’s seven presidents.
The BIG (Bethel Innovation Gateway) initiative on campus equips faculty and staff to think differently about higher education.
Bethel Sports Network (BSN), a student-driven organization within Bethel’s communication department, allows fans to watch sporting events in real time from off campus.
The Bethel tennis team is used to serving, but last fall, the players took their game to a new court when they supported Michiana Down Syndrome’s partnership with the nationwide Buddy Up Tennis program.
Alumna Shannan (Garber) Martin ’98 shares, in her own words, about blogging, her new book and her writing trip with Compassion International.