Watch Athletic Events Live Online!

Watch Athletic Events Live Online!

The fall semester is underway at Maranatha’s residential campus. The students are back, and so are the Maranatha Crusaders! Already, our cross country, football, soccer, and volleyball teams’ seasons are in full swing. Sports fans out there may be glad to know that Maranatha’s athletic department routinely streams home games live online. We would love [Continue Reading…]

Christina Miller’s Story

Christina Miller’s Story

Do you want to pursue a graduate degree but worry that a university won’t accept you as a student based on your non-accredited undergraduate degree? Christina Miller was a student like this. Having earned 125 credits at an unaccredited university, she needed only 30 credits to graduate with a degree from Maranatha and found the [Continue Reading…]

Nursing Graduate Ministers in Peru

Nursing Graduate Ministers in Peru

For Marea Kazarovich (’14), the choice was either nursing or teaching. When she found her heart was leaning more toward nursing, it wasn’t a choice anymore. She transferred from her online program at another university to the campus of Maranatha. With her dreams of overseas orphanage work, MBU’s nursing degree was perfect. But nursing wasn’t [Continue Reading…]

New Faculty: Spring/Summer 2015

New Faculty: Spring/Summer 2015

Michael Adkins (Digital Media) started his design career at A Beka Book, in Pensacola, Florida, creating materials that ranged from elementary to high school subject books to the start of the Joyful Life Sunday School curriculum. After relocating to the Dayton, Ohio, area, his work consisted of large-scale projects … Anne Binkley (Music) has given [Continue Reading…]

Commencement 2015

Commencement 2015

The excitement and emotion of Commencement Day at Maranatha is almost unparalleled in the lives of students and parents alike. Commencement is the culmination of an educational career and the opening of a door to the future. The Commencement activities for the 2014-2015 academic year will take place Thursday and Friday, May 7 and 8, 2015. [Continue Reading…]

WI Governor Scott Walker Speaks in MBU Assembly

WI Governor Scott Walker Speaks in MBU Assembly

Maranatha was honored to host Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker at its campus assembly on Thursday, February 5. Those attending the assembly included Wisconsin State Representative John Jagler and Watertown Mayor John David, as well as approximately 900 students, faculty, staff, and guests from the community. Walker defined leadership and offered examples of leaders in his own [Continue Reading…]

Maranatha’s Newest Chaplain Candidate: Commissioned to Serve His Lord and His Country

Maranatha’s Newest Chaplain Candidate: Commissioned to Serve His Lord and His Country

Maranatha Baptist Seminary student, Christopher Koehn, was commissioned into the Army National Guard Chaplaincy in Alumni Hall at 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 8. An estimated 70 guests were in attendance, including Maranatha ROTC students, faculty and staff, and members of the Wisconsin Army National Guard. … “Originally, I wasn’t planning on entering the chaplaincy,” [Continue Reading…]

Journals from Ethiopia: A Campus Missions Trip

Journals from Ethiopia: A Campus Missions Trip

Since 2007, over 600 Maranatha students, staff, and faculty members have participated in spring or summer mission trips around the world. “Global Encounters exists to strategically mobilize the faculty and students of Maranatha into needy regions around the world for the purpose of local church development,” explains Brian Trainer, Director of the College of Bible [Continue Reading…]

Faculty Spotlight: Rhonda Autrey

Faculty Spotlight: Rhonda Autrey

“Communication is a universal reality. We all talk; we all interact. So it isn’t a question of will we speak, but how well will we speak. Those who cannot communicate well are handicapped in our society.” Rhonda Autrey’s passion for teaching speech and communication is clear. Rhonda goes on to point out one of her [Continue Reading…]