The Crossings, the student-led literary journal of Bethel College, recently launched online. Its purpose? To cultivate “a community at Bethel College which takes seriously the call to worship God and express ourselves through the creation of a wide variety of beautiful art.”
Jamie Hilton ’03 released her first album, “Roots & Wings,” this past fall. It’s comprised of original lullabies written for children, about God’s promises for their lives. Its goal: “to guide little hearts to experience God’s gigantic love” – something Hilton found to be transformative in her own life.
“[Having roots and wings] can change the way we live,” Hilton says. “If we can understand that the Lord loves us, then we are going to be courageous enough to do what He calls us to do – because we trust Him.”
This December, Bethel College invites you to embark on a journey through Old Testament prophesy and New Testament fulfillment as we prepare our hearts to receive Jesus on Christmas. This weekly devotional contains a scriptural focus and meditation for each day in the four weeks of Advent, starting on the first Sunday. Download the printable PDF (with space to write your responses), to keep at your desk or in your home. And feel free to share it with your family, friends or church.
Alumna Jessica Rupp ’07 is helping to mobilize global artists through OM Arts International.
Students discover what can happen when open hearts meet the Holy Spirit, nearly 100 miles north of the Arctic Circle.
New Director of Diversity and Inclusion Redgina Hill views diversity through the lens of academic and institutional excellence.
Philippians 4:19 says, “My God shall supply all your needs according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus.” This is a verse that longtime friends of Bethel College Charles “Charlie” and Waneta Habegger live by, and it’s something that has sustained them through the challenges of life.
Get the latest art news, published in the Fall 2015 issue of Bethel Magazine.
Hannah (Miller) ’12 and Neil Silveus ’13 moved to Billings, Montana, so she could pursue a career in public health. But what they found there was an unexpected opportunity for ministry.
They may not be perfect, but they have perfect intentions. This is the philosophy by which the Bethel Track and Field team lives, and it’s been the key to their success.
Both the men’s and women’s track and field teams won the 2015 NCCAA Indoor Championships this past spring, totaling eight national championship wins for the team in as many seasons.
Their secret: Christ-centered unity.