“There is not one square inch of the entire creation about which Jesus Christ does not cry out, ‘This is mine! This belongs to me!’” – Abraham Kuyper (Dutch statesman and theologian) How is God moving in his… Read More
Gordon College held its annual Homecoming and Family Weekend celebration on October 2 and 3. Despite the cold, drizzly weather, alumni and parents of current students descended on campus to reunite with old friends, or children they’ve been… Read More
When you first enter assistant professor of communication arts Scott Thurman’s office you might be tempted to think it’s a student lounge with all the movie posters on the walls and interesting plants scattered around. But make no mistake.
Gordon College’s Department of Education was recently recognized as one of the “Best Value” programs in the nation by the National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ). Of the 1,100 education schools and programs examined nationally, Gordon earned two… Read More
It’s National Hispanic Heritage Month—a time to recognize the contributions of Hispanic and Latino Americans in the United States, and to celebrate the group’s heritage and culture. In honor of the occasion, Gordon’s Multicultural Initiatives Office (MIO) has designated this week… Read More