Head Men’s Soccer Coach Thiago Pinto ’05, ’07, has a vision to develop an urban soccer ministry that provides the opportunity for Bethel players to form ongoing relationships with South Bend kids.
Bethel launches its first swim team in partnership with Elkhart Health & Aquatics.
Swimming brought Alfonso Flores to Bethel. God’s providence enabled him to pursue a 4-year engineering degree. Read his web exclusive story, right now.
Corey Ringenberg ’19, who lives in Arizona, decided to pursue his Master’s in Business Administration from Bethel University online, and just graduated in May. Read about his experience and why he’d recommend Bethel’s online programs to others.
We recently visited Service Printers in Elkhart, Ind., to see Bethel Magazine on press. Watch the Fall 2019 issue come to life in this video.
Bethel’s mission is to transform communities through Christ-centered graduates. Here, we feature several members of Bethel College’s final graduating class, before we become Bethel University on May 6. These outstanding seniors have been stretched, challenged and equipped to serve in their various disciplines. Read the greatest takeaways from their Bethel experiences, and what they plan to do after graduation.
Elizabeth McLaughlin, Ph.D., ’98, associate professor of communication, recently published a book showcasing female leaders and their public speeches motivated by religious values.
From its founding in 1947, Bethel’s values have been reflected in its logo and seal.
Senior Jordan Downs recently beat out 15 collegiate, post-collegiate and professional athletes to win the long jump event at the USATF Indoor Championships.
Emily Penaflorida ’22, originally from the Philippines, graduated from Career Academy in South Bend, Ind., and is the 2018 recipient of the Bethel College Rising Entrepreneur Scholarship. This 75 percent tuition scholarship, in partnership with Startup Moxie, has made Bethel a reality for Penaflorida, and is made possible by the generosity of Bethel supporters.