Aztalan Trip: Native American History Class

Aztalan Trip: Native American History Class

In today’s American culture, we sometimes have misconceptions about Native Americans—especially their culture and history. Jennifer Meinhardt’s Native American History class took an afternoon drive to nearby Aztalan State Park in Lake Mills, WI, to use this historical site as a teacher. “The objective for this trip was to dispel the American preconception that all [Continue Reading…]

Journals from Ethiopia | Part 1

Journals from Ethiopia | Part 1

MBU Students Go, Serve, and Lead Through Global Encounters 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,” [Continue Reading…]

Ministry Through Unity

Ministry Through Unity

Student Body Council, led by President Riley Woodfin, plans to spend the 2014-2015 school year unifying the student body around Christ and mobilizing students for service. “We want to see people who are willing—even when it’s not easy—to give what they don’t have to serve other people, recognizing that the most important thing is always [Continue Reading…]

MBU Means Business

MBU Means Business

“The most valuable knowledge I have gleaned in the business program cannot be pinpointed to a specific class or lesson,” shared Josh Crompton ’14 Business Management graduate. “My viewpoints and thought processes about business have been shaped. Whether concepts, products, or advertising, I analyze those facets of business from an entirely different vantage point by [Continue Reading…]

Hamlet, Pedagogy, and Biotechnology

Hamlet, Pedagogy, and Biotechnology

Department of Humanities | Exploring options Designed to educate broadly rather than train narrowly, a Humanities degree is one of the best degrees students can take to prepare for future specialization in any of more than 7,000 graduate programs offered in universities nationwide. Majors in Applied Science, Communication Arts, Cross-cultural Studies, English, Letters, and Liberal [Continue Reading…]

Exploring MBU’s Communication Arts Major

Exploring MBU’s Communication Arts Major

How have you communicated recently? Did you talk? Take a picture? Write a blog post? Create a website? God has designed mankind to be able to communicate, and He has given us a vast array of mediums through which we can communicate. Because communication is so important, Maranatha Baptist University has created a major to [Continue Reading…]

Preparing Diligently. Thinking Globally.

Preparing Diligently. Thinking Globally.

“Young people are the future,” said Vice President for Academic Affairs  William Licht. And by training students to teach, Maranatha plays a unique part in shaping that future—here in the U.S. and around the world. With the ever-increasing ease of traveling cross culturally, students now have greater access into foreign countries. Opportunities for Maranatha students [Continue Reading…]

Golf Classic 2014

Golf Classic 2014

On May 16, a group of 129 golfers gathered at the Watertown Country Club for what turned out to be yet another win for Maranatha’s Chairman of the Board Dr. Doug Jackson. The annual Maranatha Golf Classic raised over $15,000 for the Watertown Endowment. Board member Jim Heizinga said the Watertown Endowment is important because [Continue Reading…]