Philippians 4:19 says, “My God shall supply all your needs according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus.” This is a verse that longtime friends of Bethel College Charles “Charlie” and Waneta Habegger live by, and it’s something that has sustained them through the challenges of life.
Get the latest art news, published in the Fall 2015 issue of Bethel Magazine.
Hannah (Miller) ’12 and Neil Silveus ’13 moved to Billings, Montana, so she could pursue a career in public health. But what they found there was an unexpected opportunity for ministry.
They may not be perfect, but they have perfect intentions. This is the philosophy by which the Bethel Track and Field team lives, and it’s been the key to their success.
Both the men’s and women’s track and field teams won the 2015 NCCAA Indoor Championships this past spring, totaling eight national championship wins for the team in as many seasons.
Their secret: Christ-centered unity.
Get the latest sport news, published in the Fall 2015 issue of Bethel Magazine.
Softball player Jordan Mathison ’17 spent two weeks this summer in intensive leadership training at the American Red Cross headquarters in Washington, D.C. She was one of just 12 student-athletes (among 200 applicants) chosen to intern with the American Red Cross/NAIA Collegiate Leadership Program, which engages some of the best and brightest student-athletes in the country.
Tim Firestone ’96 found his passion at Bethel College – and it wasn’t at all what he expected. The new owner of Blackthorn Golf Club, a sprawling 226-acre course in South Bend, Ind., came to Bethel in 1992 on a partial basketball scholarship. Around that same time, the athletic department was re-launching the golf program and looking for players.
Here are some examples of the GREAT momentum building on campus as we strive to become GREATer, for the greater glory of God.
Here’s a recap of Bethel College Task Force trips from the 2014-15 school year. Students traveled to Cancun, Mexico, the Dominican Republic and Noatak, Alaska to make a difference in communities. Learn more at BethelCollege.edu/MoveBeyond.
A survivor of domestic slavery, Shanti Lama ’15 once thought obtaining a college degree was impossible. Now, she’s is taking what she’s learned to empower people in her home country.