Bethel College and the Kelly Cares Foundation dedicated the Paqui and Brian Kelly Auditorium on Thursday, June 21. Renovations to the auditorium, Bethel’s largest lecture hall, were made possible by a gift from the Kelly Cares Foundation.
Terrell Elam, Ph.D., has been named Vice President for Enrollment Management. Elam most recently served as Dean of Admissions for Liberty University and will lead Bethel teams in Traditional and Adult & Graduate Studies Admissions, Financial Aid and Enrollment Marketing.
Bethel College and the Missionary Church USA announce the creation of a living endowment to fund a professor in the denomination’s name at Bethel College. The Missionary Church Endowed Professor of Biblical Theology was created to address the critical importance of comprehensive and Biblically-faithful theological academic training for future pastors and church leaders.
Bethel is one of ten Indiana colleges to be recognized as a 2018 College of Distinction, and one of 72 schools in the nation to be named a Christian College of Distinction. Bethel also received program-specific recognition in business, education and nursing.
Bethel College is naming its first endowed professorship, where external funding perpetually supports a faculty member. David McCabe, Ph.D., is honored as the Missionary Church Endowed Professor of Biblical Theology. This new position has been designed to address the critical importance of comprehensive and Biblically faithful theological academic training for future pastors and church leaders.
Under Coach Tony Natali's leadership, the Pilots' track & field program has blossomed from a small unit into a national powerhouse. He has led the Pilots to 8 conference championships and 10 NCCAA National Championships.
News story from WNDU about art students providing special memento for local mothers.
More than 425 students plan to participate in Bethel's commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 5. The speaker will be Katelyn Beaty, an editor-at-large with Christianity Today. Beaty previously served as the magazine's youngest and first woman managing editor. She is the author of "A Woman's Place: A Christian Vision for Your Calling in the Office, the Home, and the World" (Simon & Schuster). A native of Dayton, Ohio, and graduate of Calvin College, she has written for The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Atlantic and lives in the Chicago suburbs.
As part of the Bethel College Day of Giving, Bethel will host a Give Back Gala featuring Keynote speaker Lee Strobel, New York Times best-selling author of “The Case for Christ."
Voices of Triumph concert will be Friday, April 27 at 7:30 p.m. Suggested donation is $7 for adults and $5 for students and seniors.
The Bethel College Concert Choir, Voices of Triumph and string quartet will perform on Friday, April 20. The concert will feature world premieres of two pieces
Bethel's chamber Orchestra and Wind Ensemble will perform on April 12 and the Percussion Ensemble, Jazz Ensemble and Jazz Combo will perform on April 13.
The movie is based on the life of New York Times best-selling author Lee Strobel and will be shown on April 14 at 6 p.m.