Thirty-six years ago, Dr. Marv Wilson was hovering just outside the elevator on the 20th floor of the E.F. Hutton Building, waiting to seize a personal moment with Billy Graham after helping to organize a time for Graham to come meet with Jewish leaders in Boston before his New England crusade on May 30, 1982.
“You’re not here by accident,” Alexander said. “You are not here by happenstance. You are here by divine intention . . . God wanted you and God wants you to live.”
Findings is a collaborative gallery created by Gordon art students and seasoned members of Gordon’s arts community. This year, five sophomore art majors and three mentors are presenting works.
Gordon’s Black Box Theatre has undergone countless transformations in its time. Most recently, it became a 1930s perfumery for the Theatre Arts Department’s production of She Loves Me, January 25 through February 3.
For Gordon College, 2017 was a year highlighted by steady growth in key areas and several important new initiatives designed to strengthen the College for the future.
Gordon’s new Master of Science in Financial Analysis program launched Monday night with a celebratory dinner for its inaugural cohort, and its first class.
What started as a few equations has evolved into a double major in economics and math, and a research project to battle world hunger.
Church planter. Lead pastor. Author. Pilgrim. Professor. Through all these phases of his career, Jim Belcher has been passionate about ecclesiology—the theological study of the nature and function of the Church…
Zach dwells in what programmer Ellen Ullman has described as that “mysterious space between human thoughts and what a machine can understand, between human desires and how machines might satisfy them.”
Nathan Uebelhoer had been serving the U.S. Navy Medical Corps for nearly a decade when U.S. forces entered Afghanistan in 2001. “God put me right in the middle of one of the largest of these hospitals, the Naval Medical Center in San Diego, California,” he says. “And then he put a laser in my hands that has helped improve the quality of life for hundreds of wounded warriors.”