At Gordon we like to say that victory isn’t about winning; it’s about finishing well . . . The Lord has given each of us a unique platform, not for our glory, but to glorify Him.
Gordon College plans to launch a new Bible Translation Initiative, designed to prepare students from all majors to join in the completion of Scripture translation, in the spring of 2019.
On location in Sweden for the Frontier Filmmaking Seminar this past summer, Rachel Baldwin ’17 helped Create International film a modern retelling of the story of Ruth from the perspective of three Syrian women who had recently arrived in Sweden.
Feeding students’ intellectual appetite took on a new meaning when a 44-foot trailer, outfitted with advanced physics instruments, visited campus in late October.
Bringing together more than 350 contributors—all of them native Africans, including Gordon’s very own Dr. Dan Darko (biblical studies and Christian ministries)—the Africa Study Bible is designed to offer a translation and commentary of God’s Word that specifically relates to African cultures and values.
“My latest visit to Beijing fell just a week before the start of the China’s Communist Party’s quinquennial congress. Preparations were in full swing as shop-owners hung flags and plastered banners, and an army of maintenance people worked around the clock to prepare the city for the arrival of President Xi Jinping.”
Gordon’s First-Year Fellows program comprises three cohorts: Venture Fellows, Justice Fellows and Ministry Fellows. Each is a one-year experiential program for a small group of students who were invited to apply during the Admissions process. Participants’ first year at Gordon presents many… Read More
This summer, research assistants Jenn Meakem ’19 and Mike D’Antuono ’18 (pictured right) helped Dr. Kristen Cooper (economics) and her co-authors, Professors Daniel Benjamin (University of Southern California), Ori Heffetz (Cornell University) and Miles Kimball (University of Colorado),… Read More
“My hope for the students’ participation is that their lives will be transformed in the decades to come as they learn to read Scripture through the added lens of geography,” says Dr. Elaine Phillips of the Israel Seminar.
The campus community will now enjoy a modified layout with new tables and chairs, renovated booths with Coy Pond views, new wood paneling along the walls, and two gas-powered fireplaces—along with a new name for the dining hall.
The allergy and inflammation satellite lab at Gordon is like “another home,” says Holly Huang ’18, a chemistry major (biochemistry concentration), “since I spend half the day here!” Understanding the biology of the eosinophil, a type of white… Read More