Meghan Durán ’15 would say it was divine providence that brought her to Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic (NCLC) of Indianapolis, Ind. One chance encounter with a pastor from Urban Outreach in Indianapolis set her on the path towards becoming program manager for the Victim Justice Program at NCLC.
Women’s Soccer Team Provides Hurricane Relief in Texas
The Bethel Women’s Soccer Team is living out its commitment to respect all human beings. Head Coach Jamie Lindvall, along with assistant coach and wife, Rachel Lindvall, led the soccer team to Houston, Texas, Sept. 21-24, to provide disaster relief to victims of Hurricane Harvey.
Instagram Takeovers Connect Campus Creatives
In September, more than two dozen Bethel students, alumni and other professional artists from the community gathered for the Center for Career Development and Global Engagement’s latest Instagram Takeover. During the Takeover, students explored Chicago, where they photographed Green Street Smoked Meats, the Robey Hotel and Low Res, a community-building creative arts studio. Representatives from each location shared their stories and advice with the group.
Transforming Minds and Hearts in Romania
As manager of Grace Christian School in Lagoj, Romania, Emanuel Olariu ’08 has seen the power of lives transformed through Christian education. He helped start the school with just 32 students after graduating from Bethel. Nine years later, the school has grown to 430 students – from preschool to eighth grade – and 80 staff members.
Transforming Minds and Hearts in Romania [Video]
Watch how alumnus Emanuel Olariu ’08 is making a profound impact on his community and the Kingdom of God through Grace Christian School.
- October 9, 2017
- alumni, Fall 2017, Video, Web Exclusives
A New Perspective on the Border
Alumnus Yonathan Moya ’10 embarked on a nine-day photographic journey to humanize life on the U.S.-Mexico border.
Helping Players Develop A Mental Six Pack
Former Bethel Pilot Pepe Galvan ’05 founded 6PM (Six Pack Mental), a personal coaching business, where he works with top athletes and coaches from around the world to improve their mental performance.
Making Space for Community
Alumna Michelle (Ferris) FitzGerald ’09 founded Make South Bend, a maker space and art studio for local artists and makers.
Vaulting to Victory
Pole vaulter Dani Wojciechowski ’19 became the first athlete in track and field history to win two NAIA national championships.
Pilot Profile: Kenton Leidy ’16 – Engineer, Musician
Kenton Leidy ’16 is the first student featured in our Pilot Profile summer series, focusing on why students chose Bethel and what they’ve gained from their course of study. Leidy was a Math/Physics major and part of our 3-2 Engineering program, in partnership with University of Notre Dame. While at Bethel, he gained real-world experience through an internship at AM General, and participated in Jazz Ensemble and Chapel Band. He is heading into his second year at Notre Dame, where he will graduate with an engineering degree in 2018.