Unique Ministries for New York City Missions Team

Unique Ministries for New York City Missions Team

On a March day, 16 college-age adults sang songs and told personal stories of critical spiritual decisions in their lives. The men preached from God’s Word. But this was no ordinary church service. The setting was a sidewalk near Times Square, the audience thousands of passers-by who help make up “The City that Never Sleeps.” [Continue Reading...]

Sherburn (’04) Brings Scientific Perspective to Winterfest

Sherburn (’04) Brings Scientific Perspective to Winterfest

Dr. Jesse Sherburn is grateful for a job with positive impact—no pun intended. Sherburn (’04), a Research Mechanical Engineer at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Engineer Research and Development Center in Vicksburg, MS, returned to campus recently to speak to the student body during Winterfest week. He took a short respite from duties that [Continue Reading...]

Heidi Fletcher: God Provides

Heidi Fletcher: God Provides

The locker room scene was odd, especially following a victory. Players hugged, cried, and said goodbye to Heidi Fletcher. The sophomore guard from Riverdale, MI, had packed her belongings for the Dec. 17 trip to Grand Rapids, MI, where Maranatha’s women’s basketball team was to play Grace Bible College. When the bus drove away from [Continue Reading...]

Students to Raise Money for Special Olympics at Polar Plunge

Students to Raise Money for Special Olympics at Polar Plunge

Update: The NAC athletes raised more than $2,400 for Special Olympics. Read more. Some Maranatha students will be “Freezin’ for a Reason” Feb. 18. The Student Athlete Advisory Committees of all 13 Northern Athletics Conference member schools, including Maranatha, are organizing teams to participate in the Polar Plunge. This is an annual event in which [Continue Reading...]