Chip Ingram, CEO and teaching pastor of Living on the Edge, challenged the Gordon community for this year’s DEEP FAITH week with a four-sermon series on The Real God, the Real You, and True Spirituality.
Gordon’s Bible Translation Program inducted its first cohort of students. They come from a variety of academic disciplines, but are united in their common desire to serve God and other people on an international level.
Gordon College launches two new podcasts—Honest Work and Boardroom Bound—to ground and propel listeners in their career journeys.
This installment is part of a regular devotional series, “Deepening the Faith,” written by Gordon faculty and staff for the enrichment of the wider College community.
This year the Department of Theatre Arts turns 30. To celebrate, The Bell interviewed its founder, Norm Jones—a professor known for his warmth, ability to quote Shakespeare at any given moment, and charming repertoire of accents.
Gordon College presents two new art exhibitions, featuring photographs by Essex-based artist Stephan Gersh, and paintings and prints by Gordon’s Department of Art faculty. A reception will take place on Saturday, January 26, 4-6 p.m. in the Barrington Center for the Arts.
Professor Irv Levy and ten students recently traveled to Bridgewater State University to participate in the 13th Annual Undergraduate Symposium on Sustainability and the Environment.
Globally recognized for his contributions in the field of sociology, religion and culture studies Peter Berger (Boston University) will be interviewed on his newest book, “The Many Alters of Modernity” by Senior Fellow Gregor Thuswaldner (Center for Faith & Inquiry).
In honor of his grandfather’s work in academia, Princeton University Professor Eric Gregory will speak on Augustine and politics followed by a rededication of Gregory Auditorium—a popular lecture hall on Gordon’s campus named for Dr. Carlton Gregory, the speakers grandfather.
When Tim Walker began teaching fifth grade at a public school in Helsinki, Finland, he was surprised to discover how seriously recess was taken.