The mission of Maranatha is to develop leaders for ministry in the local church and the world “To the Praise of His Glory."
Students will explore and expand their talents and be taught how to use them for the Lord, effectively teaching them to say "I can" because of Christ.
What will you do at MBU?
I can fellowship with the girls soccer team at six in the morning
-Leah Ng | Senior
I can be involved in inner city ministry every week
-Kaycee Detmers | Sophomore
I can get a student to stop using the word "can't"
-Lewis Rosove | Music Faculty
I can trust and wait on the Lord as he uses education in my life to open doors of opportunity following graduation.
Jeff Rupp | Senior
I can teach young directors their craft
-Jeff Miller | Chair, Humanities Department
I can get one-on-one mentoring from professors
-Devon Steuerwald | Sophomore
I can figure out who God wants me to be
-Olivia Zimmerman | Sophomore
I can study criminal justice
-Brittany Oberholtzer | Senior
The professors at MBU dedicate their time and efforts into preparing students for achieving their future goals by building relationships in and outside of class, teaching, and mentoring.
"I can count on my teachers to care about me and help me succeed." -Elizabeth Bergman
Between the roommates, the classmates, and the friends you'll make, the relationships you build in college will last a lifetime. At MBU, all kinds of extracurricular activities are set in place to build on old friendships and create new friendships.
"I can become best friends with my roommates." -Jordana Keller
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