Chinese Students Find New Home at Maranatha

Chinese Students Find New Home at Maranatha

Chinese students Chun Chun Zhang (Patricia) and Wen Qian Shang Guan (Anna) joined the Maranatha student body this fall. Both were saved after an evangelist spoke at their high school, Eucon International School in Saipan. Anna said she was thankful her parents did not forbid her from coming to a college so far from home. [Continue Reading...]

Klaudt Takes a Different Path to Maranatha

Klaudt Takes a Different Path to Maranatha

Marvin Klaudt, at first glance, is a typical transfer student going through transfer student battles—juggling his classes, enduring Wisconsin weather, and playing midfield for the Maranatha men’s soccer team. Klaudt recorded his second hat trick of the season Monday during a 10-2 win over Great Lakes Christian. He scored two game-winning goals in the same [Continue Reading...]

Argentina Missions Team Provides Music, Ministry

Argentina Missions Team Provides Music, Ministry

Click here to download photos from Team Argentina 2012 Maranatha’s Global Encounters program was able to send 18 students, faculty, and staff members to Argentina this summer to minister with missionaries Ron and Christine Self in Buenos Aires. “It was an amazing trip,” graduate student Carl Conrad said of the team’s three-week stay. Graduate student [Continue Reading...]

Ireland Team Aids Missionaries

Ireland Team Aids Missionaries

Click here to download photos from Team Ireland 2012 Londonderry, Ireland, once the home of radical political reformers, was visited by a much different group of reformers in August—Maranatha’s Global Encounters team. The eight-member team spent the first 1 1/2 weeks of the three-week trip with missionary Travis Snode in Northern Ireland. The students provided [Continue Reading...]

Students Find Open Arms in Ukraine

Students Find Open Arms in Ukraine

Click here to see more photos of the Global Encounters team’s trip to Ukraine Some of the Bible’s most powerful messages can leap any language barrier. “The love of Christ needed no translator,” Amber Campbell (’12) said after Maranatha’s Global Encounters team returned from its three-week trip to Ukraine. “God taught me a huge lesson [Continue Reading...]