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...]

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...]

Faculty Spotlight: Melvin Cacayorin

Faculty Spotlight: Melvin Cacayorin

For the past several years, Mr. Melvin Cacayorin has taught mathematics classes for Maranatha Online. “Online teaching for Maranatha allows me to keep teaching math (including my favorite class—Calculus 1) to students across the country and even around the world,” he says. “It’s pretty exciting to have students taking classes from here in Colorado to [Continue Reading...]

Graduation

Graduation

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 2013-2014 academic year will take place Thursday and Friday, May 8 and 9, 2014. [Continue Reading...]

Music to the Glory of God

Music to the Glory of God

The Spanish class shifted in their chairs, listening twice to Gabriel Rodriguez’s chapel message on the purpose of music, first in the Puerto Rican’s native tongue and then repeated by interpretation into English. Rodriguez is Maranatha’s 2014 Artist Series concert performer, a classical guitarist who earned his bachelor’s and master’s at the Conservatory of Music [Continue Reading...]

New Online Master of Education Degree

New Online Master of Education Degree

Our new Master of Education program helps professionals translate the science of learning into practical methods of instruction. Designed to equip educators with graduate-level tools and theory needed to promote excellence in the classroom and beyond, our program emphasizes teaching to the heart and building Christian character. Join us online. Learn new ideas and innovations [Continue Reading...]

No Greater Joy

No Greater Joy

“Mrs. Cedarholm would often quote, ‘I have no greater joy than to hear that my children walk in truth’ (3 John 1:4),” commented Dean of Students and Alumni Director, Dr. John Davis. “She thought of the students and alumni as her own children, and she nurtured those relationships as much as possible around campus and [Continue Reading...]