Ministry As We See It

Ministry As We See It

Meet Isabella, a dazzling, energetic, and feisty nine-year-old with a wild imagination and a love for volleyball, Girl Scouts, and friends. But behind her beautiful smile, there is a medically fragile child who has endured more pain and suffering than most people do in a lifetime. At birth, “Bella” was diagnosed with esophageal atresia, three [Continue Reading...]

Design Shown at Creation Conference

Design Shown at Creation Conference

Molecular genetics, common ancestry, and endogenous retroviruses probably aren’t a part of your ordinary conversation. However, for several Maranatha students and faculty members, they presented an extraordinary opportunity. Maranatha science faculty member Dr. Ying Liu’s Molecular Genetics Research class has only been offered three times since 2008, with only a handful of students participating. However, [Continue Reading...]

Christian vs. Secular College

Christian vs. Secular College

Bill exhaled a small sigh of relief as he dropped the yellow legal pad onto the kitchen table. After hours of adding, subtracting, budgeting, and projecting, he had obtained clear-cut numerical evidence that his daughter Kelly would be attending State University in the fall. It was a less expensive option than the Christian college four [Continue Reading...]

New Opportunities with Bridge to Campus

New Opportunities with Bridge to Campus

In today’s economy, many graduating high school seniors are facing the reality that they may not be able to start college right away. Financial constraints often force them to work for a year and maybe take a few local community college courses before beginning their formal college education. Parents and pastors are often concerned that [Continue Reading...]

Updates and Improvements for Fall Semester

Updates and Improvements for Fall Semester

The Maranatha campus has experienced many improvements over the summer. Buildings have been repaired, and offices have been relocated and redecorated. Carey Dorm and two duplexes were reroofed by a group of volunteers with Independent Baptist Builders International. The team consisted of eight professional builders who volunteer their vacation time to help ministries with building [Continue Reading...]

Business Community Breakfast: Having a Positive Influence

Business Community Breakfast: Having a Positive Influence

Chuck Warner of Edward Jones Investments has been impressed by the work ethic of Maranatha students. He served as Chairman of the Riverside Chamberland Project, a community-built children’s playground project in Watertown. “We were able to attract a lot of Maranatha folks to help work that project,” Warner said. “The work ethic that they showed [Continue Reading...]