Educators from around south central Wisconsin traveled to Maranatha’s campus Oct. 17 when the College’s Teacher Education Department hosted the Positive Behavior Intervention and Support Summit. The guest speaker was Curt Mould, Assessment and Data Coordinator and Response to Intervention Coach for the Watertown School district. Mould addressed behavior and discipline research and practical ways [Continue Reading...]
Carl Conrad wanted to learn more about the Lord as well as music. “I needed more theology to prepare me for future ministry,” said Conrad, a 2011 Maranatha graduate who will enroll this fall in Maranatha Baptist Seminary’s new Master of Arts in Church Music degree program. “I am thankful that the Lord led me [Continue Reading...]
Maranatha’s mission is to develop leaders for ministry in the local church and the world “To the Praise of His Glory.” How does Maranatha go about accomplishing this mission? The spectrum of answers is probably “more than you expect.” Maranatha still produces pastors, missionaries, music ministers, youth pastors, and other workers for full time vocational [Continue Reading...]
Dr. Werner Lumm has been named Chief Information Officer at Maranatha Baptist Bible College, effective immediately. Dr. Lumm has been serving as Facilities Manager since coming to the College in 2009 and has been Administrator of Maranatha Virtual Academy since 2010. He will retain those duties in this new position as well as overseeing the [Continue Reading...]
When students arrive at college, life often appears to be a row of doors just waiting to be opened. Those students have about four years to select the door they believe is God’s first choice for them. Maranatha Teacher Education Department Chair William Licht says his job is to help give them the keys to [Continue Reading...]
Leaf through the full print edition of The Maranatha Advantage for Spring 2011. Advantage is Maranatha’s premier print publication and is distributed twice every year in fall and spring editions.
William Licht, Chair of Maranatha’s Teacher Education Department, doesn’t check his mail box nearly as often these days. The letter Licht had been waiting for finally arrived in late January. The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction has reapproved the College to certify graduates for state teaching licenses. Maranatha met the recommendations for improvements given by [Continue Reading...]