Baseball in the Dominican as Ministry Opportunity

Baseball in the Dominican as Ministry Opportunity

While the majority of Maranatha students traveled home for spring break to sleep in their own beds and get their moms’ “home cooking,” 15 students headed to the second-largest nation and most-visited destination in the Caribbean. The Sabercats men’s baseball team spent spring break in Bani, Dominican Republic, hosting baseball clinics and partnering with a local [Continue Reading…]

Nursing in Peru, From a Student’s Perspective

Nursing in Peru, From a Student’s Perspective

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…]

WI Governor Scott Walker Speaks in MBU Assembly

WI Governor Scott Walker Speaks in MBU Assembly

“Wherever you may be in life in terms of leadership, even if it’s just being the leader of your own household, ultimately leadership means standing up for the right thing every time.” Maranatha was honored to host Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker at its campus assembly on Thursday, February 5. Those attending the assembly included Wisconsin [Continue Reading…]

New Nursing Faculty Sees Life Like It Is: A Ministry

New Nursing Faculty Sees Life Like It Is: A Ministry

Maranatha Baptist University welcomes associate professor Christy Holshouser to the School of Nursing. Holshouser graduated as a Family Nurse Practitioner from the University of Alabama Birmingham in December 2010. Currently she works as a family nurse practitioner at Doctors Care in Greer, SC, and will transition into a faculty position at Maranatha Baptist University in [Continue Reading…]

Commissioned to Serve His Lord and His Country

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. Maranatha’s Army ROTC Major Derrek Schultheiss opened and conducted [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…]