Commencement 2016

Commencement 2016

Convocation began on Friday morning, May 6, with an atmosphere of excitement and worship as graduates and faculty walked down the aisles to the hymn “Glorious Things of Thee Are Spoken.” This spirit of gratitude to God continued through the ceremony with prayer, Scripture, and special music by the Heritage Singers. View graduation photos online. [Continue Reading…]

Online Faculty; Missionaries to Uruguay

Online Faculty; Missionaries to Uruguay

Uruguay is statistically the most biblically unreached country in South America. This fact first attracted Jon Rehfeldt (’06, ’08, ’11) to the country while he was completing his Master of Divinity degree at Maranatha. Desiring to be involved in a “grass-roots” ministry to unreached people groups, he researched the different countries in South America. “I [Continue Reading…]

Maranatha Alumnus Takes Over as Head Coach at SUNY – Buffalo

Maranatha Alumnus Takes Over as Head Coach at SUNY – Buffalo

Maranatha alumnus, and former basketball player and assistant coach, Nate Oats, was recently promoted to the position of head coach at the State University of New York at Buffalo, an NCAA Division I program. Oats played under Jerry Terrill from 1993-1997, served as an assistant at both Maranatha and the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater from 1997-2002. [Continue Reading…]

Nursing Graduate Ministers in Peru

Nursing Graduate Ministers in Peru

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

Maranatha was honored to host Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker at its campus assembly on Thursday, February 5. Those attending the assembly included Wisconsin State Representative John Jagler and Watertown Mayor John David, as well as approximately 900 students, faculty, staff, and guests from the community. Walker defined leadership and offered examples of leaders in his own [Continue Reading…]