Evangelist Morris Gleiser will be the guest speaker for Maranatha’s annual Winter Revival Meetings, Jan. 9-13, 2012. Evening services will take place Jan. 9 and 10 at 7 p.m. Morning chapel services will be Jan. 10-13 from 9:10-10:25 a.m. Gleiser is the staff evangelist at Burge Terrace Baptist Church in Indianapolis and has been a [Continue Reading...]
Some Maranatha students have made new friends in Watertown. Members of the Phantoms and Arctic Wolves societies prepared a steak dinner for city law enforcement and fire department employees this fall. About 30 students helped serve meals to about 60 police officers, dispatchers, administrative assistants, and firefighters. “The officers mentioned to us several times how [Continue Reading...]
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Steve Burton, a man who makes his living through investing, views Maranatha as a great investment. “I see the kind of people they’re turning out, and I haven’t met anybody yet who is not top-notch,” Burton said. “I see what an example these people have been to my son. These are the kind of people [Continue Reading...]
Satisfaction is an elusive concept. Some schools and workplaces may assume their students and employees are satisfied because those at the top of the administrative ladder don’t hear much grumbling. Those supervisors may be right, or maybe they’re just not listening. Or, maybe those below them fear reprisal for honest feedback. Happily, Maranatha is listening. [Continue Reading...]
Most players want to win. Maranatha’s student-athletes are no different in that regard. There is more to sports at a Christian college, however, than the win-loss records. That aspect— the spiritual side of sports—is what makes Maranatha’s athletic program more than you expect. “As Christians, we’re called to a higher standard,” men’s soccer coach Jeff [Continue Reading...]
Maranatha graduates and former students are excelling in both professional careers and full time vocational ministry. The list of their accomplishments, and the variety of fields in which those accomplishments are taking place, might be “more than you expect.” Fraser Armstrong (’09) is a contracted actor for Sight and Sound in Branson, MO. His credits [Continue Reading...]
Click here to download photos from 2011 Ministry Recruitment Day Pastors attending Ministry Recruitment Day at Maranatha often place a bowl of candy at their displays to help attract potential student workers for their churches. Veteran pastors know that homemade chocolate chip cookies work even better. Ben Lavicka needed nursery workers at his church. So, [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.
For Maranatha student Becki Beam, the most difficult part of her summer ministry was leaving it behind to return to school. The children she ministered to, apparently, felt the same way. “We had the kids all work together to make displays showing some of the things they had learned,” Beam said. “Three boys had worked [Continue Reading...]