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  • Northlawn Walk Through - Hesston College
    Campaign Estate Planning Give to Hesston Hesston College Today Church Relations Student Development Campus Activities Campus Ministries Counseling Services Chapel Forum FAQ Roommate Tips Athletics Baseball Basketball m Basketball w Cross Country m Cross Country w Golf m Soccer m Soccer w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment

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  • Campus Entry Renderings Gallery - Hesston College
    to Hesston Hesston College Today Church Relations Student Development Campus Activities Campus Ministries Counseling Services Chapel Forum FAQ Roommate Tips Athletics Baseball Basketball m Basketball w Cross Country m Cross Country w Golf m Soccer m Soccer w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home

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  • Today Posts Archive - Hesston College
    Ministry class What better way to explore ministry than to dive in and do it That s what Michele Schrock 81 Hershberger thought when she gave her students in Exploring Ministry the year long assignment of the Missional Discipleship Initiative a model of intentional and relational discipleship Student profile Karli Rodriguez 16 Harker Heights Texas MAJOR Graphic Design Karli s story I spent the first part of my life being raised by my grandma because my parents were not together and my mom is in the military When my grandma died I had to live with my dad who was not good to me he was careless Because of my mom s Alumna profile Beemnet Tilahun 08 Wichita Kan MAJOR Pre Pharmacy CAREER Pharmacist and pharmacy manager An academic path I grew up in a Christian home in Addis Ababa Ethiopia I had become familiar with Hesston College and international admissions counselor Dave Osborne Ac64 66 through others in my church who had attended here so when I decided to look at colleges in the Leadership and passion transform women s soccer Enneliese Alcantar drives the ball up the left sideline in the playoff game vs Butler County by Andrew Sharp Talent leadership sacrifice team chemistry coaching timing all these and more factor in to successful intercollegiate athletics campaigns Watching the 2015 Hesston College women s soccer season unfold it s clear the Larks possessed many of these coveted Financial aid and Phonathon A student s perspective Financial aid is a key element in allowing students to attend Hesston College I don t have any family support to help me financially so I am relying completely on myself and financial aid The largest portion of my financial aid comes from Hesston College and the generosity of its supporters Thus far my experience at Honoring legacies helping students Institutional scholarships are vital to the 99 percent of Hesston College students who receive institutional aid These scholarships are awarded to students who have particular interests qualifications or financial need The following scholarships have been added to the list of endowed scholarships since the fall of 2014 Hesston College Nursing Scholarship Fund The scholarship was Hesston College Homecoming Chatter in the nest What is your favorite part of the new campus entry or Northlawn renovation Caleb Schrock Hurst 16 Harrisonburg Va I really like the fact that the Northlawn classroom Mininger Classroom named in honor of Jim Ac61 and Virginia Mininger gets the building connected to the whole student body not just the music students like me Eleya President Keim announces transition President Keim talks with First Year Experience Scholars Luis Mariñez Veloz 16 Santo Domingo Dominican Republic Daisy Correa 16 Moreno Valley Calif Jessica Fahrenthold 16 Solomon Kan Karli Rodriguez 16 Harker Heights Texas and Jermani Thompson 16 Reserve La President Howard Keim 72 announced to the college community Oct 22 that he will conclude more than New faculty and staff Advancement welcomes new talent The Advancement department consisting of Development Alumni

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  • cover - Hesston College
    Request Partner Program Update Your Info Capital Campaign Estate Planning Give to Hesston Hesston College Today Church Relations Student Development Campus Activities Campus Ministries Counseling Services Chapel Forum FAQ Roommate Tips Athletics Baseball Basketball m Basketball w Cross Country m Cross Country w Golf m Soccer m Soccer w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel

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  • Looking back, looking forward - President's perspective - Hesston College
    a wonderful legacy now shown in students who serve in their vocations throughout the world When I gave a briefing of what I considered to be bad economic news to the faculty and staff in the fall of 2008 John Sharp reminded me that every president before me has also dealt with adversity and many would be glad for the problems I had shared I am grateful for the fine service of the presidents who came before me and the ways in which each one added what was needed at that time in the college s history I am grateful for the students who have come through these halls When we consider the impact of these students and the ripple effects of their service in many vocations and places in the world we can only marvel that God has accomplished far more than we could ever ask or imagine through the ministry entrusted to us I am grateful for the motto chosen in the 1920s from the Gospel of John You shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free We are an academic institution grounded in the truth of scripture as we understand it striving to experience and share the freedom of Christ And I am grateful for the privilege I have to serve in this place I came as a student in 1970 and my life was marvelously enriched by my experience here Tami and I returned in 1987 to teach and we have both spent the greater part of our careers here I am a steward of this office not an owner I serve the college and the church at the direction of our board My passion as it has been for all who have served before me is to lead in a way that

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  • The “Big Trio” and the Founders Quartet - Hesston College
    responsibilities for several congregations T M was moderator of the Kansas Nebraska Mennonite Conference when the assembly acted in 1907 to establish a college on the western prairie As a member of the Mennonite Board of Education he carried the resolution to the next meeting of the board With the board s endorsement Erb explored possible sites and helped select Hesston He was then appointed business manager and given the responsibility to see that the school was organized staffed funded and built Erb was also a farmer creamery operator and entrepreneur He led the city in its incorporation in 1921 and served as the first city council president As a business leader he was described as courageous honorable and highly esteemed T M Erb was Hesston s primary founder chairman of the school s first executive committee and served as its chief financial officer until he died in 1929 at age 63 D H Daniel Henry Bender D H Bender was born near Springs Pa in 1866 He graduated from normal school at age 14 began teaching at 18 and at 34 he became principal of Grantsville Md schools As a church statesman he was widely known and respected In 1887 at the age of 21 he was ordained a minister at Folk Church Springs Pa and soon became a popular speaker in congregations and at conferences across the church He was known also as an editor of the major church periodicals beginning with the Herald of Truth under John F Funk at Elkhart Ind in 1904 Bender moved to Scottdale Pa in 1906 to become office editor of the Gospel Witness and then of the Gospel Herald when it became the new official periodical of the Mennonite Church by merger of the two preceding papers in 1908 He wrote Sunday school lessons for children and adults beginning with the Advanced Sunday School Lesson Quarterly in 1903 He had served in leading capacities on many committees and church boards He assisted in the organization of the Mennonite General Conference in 1897 and the boards of education in 1905 missions in 1906 and publishing in 1908 Bender s was a household name In 1908 he became the founding principal of Hesston Academy and Bible School When Bender was named principal the big trio that would launch and lead the school was in place Bender the principal T M Erb the business manager and A L Hess the chief benefactor Bender served as principal president until 1930 He died in 1945 at the age of 79 in Albany Ore J D John Denlinger Charles Born in 1879 in Manor Township in eastern Lancaster County John D Charles had a special aptitude for learning Atypical of Lancaster County youth Charles announced to his parents that he didn t want to farm but wanted to go to school to become a surgeon His shocked parents who could not imagine a Mennonite surgeon prevailed on him to change his mind Well then could he become

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  • Paul Friesen sculpts a work to mark a century - Hesston College
    a studio in the college s newest building the Friesen Center for the Visual Arts Friesen Center is named in honor of Paul and his wife Wilma for their contributions to the college especially to the art department For the medium Friesen chose a red cedar log donated by Michael Overstreet of Canton since red cedars were the first trees planted around the circle driveway on the college campus100 years ago Only a few of the old cedars remain today Friesen traces his interest in cloisters to an airline magazine article The architectural structures of a Mediterranean coastal city shown in the article echoed the styles of a Medieval cloister in ways that intrigued him A cloister on the prairie began to appear periodically on his mental screen Later when reading the journal of Edward Yoder an early professor of Latin and Greek at Hesston College Friesen found it interesting that Yoder referred to a favorite wooded spot near Alta Mills as a cell in my cloister which Yoder would frequently visit to read and to observe nature A cloister is a quiet secluded place especially a monastery or convent devoted to religious study While the quiet seclusion of Hesston College has changed somewhat through the century the image of a Christian learning center situated on the Midwestern prairie is timeless Friesen hesitates to give his sculpture a name but is inspired by the concept of a cloister on the Plains as he shaves and shapes the wood and the art emerges Working with the natural qualities of the local cedar Friesen wants to say that an environment for learning is more than buildings it s locality nature Each week s work exposes new and interesting developments out of Friesen s creative dialog with the cedar log The scent of

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  • Timely stitches of master quilters produce Centennial quilt - Hesston College
    the college s centennial theme Living the Vision as they worked together to create a commissioned centennial quilt The result a triptych three panels representing the past present and future of Hesston College is a vibrant piece of art featuring the brilliant colors of the sunrise and sunset golden heads of wheat and green and brown patterned appliquéd representations of the fertile prairie soil against a black background which is quilted with bronze thread The triptych which is about 150 inches wide will be unveiled Homecoming Weekend Hershberger and Penner have contributed many quilted works of art to the Pleasant Valley Mennonite Church in Harper Quilting is something we really enjoy It s special to do this together Penner said Gloria Bontrager 56 Hostetler of Harper helped with the quilting The women did lap quilting on different panels of the triptych in their own homes nevertheless their quilting stitches look identical For the centennial quilt the mother daughter team created their own freehand quilting pattern which includes swirls in the body of the quilt to represent the swirling Kansas wind Penner said it s hard to think about Kansas without thinking of the sky and the prairie with its wheat and grasses We really wanted to capture that in the quilt she said The college is a living changing organism not any more static than the prairie Hershberger said The college seal with an open Bible and the motto The truth shall make you free is embroidered on the center of the third panel The seal centers the institution Hershberger said noting that Bible centered truth is not only the foundation but is also fundamental for the present and future of Hesston College Hesston College Today Articles in this Issue Looking back looking forward President s perspective The Big Trio

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