At 90 years old, barren Sarah laughed at God’s promise of a child. While the events of our lives do not surprise God, they never fail to keep us on our feet, in fear, in awe and in… Read More
Now in Hiroshima: QU4RTETS, a traveling exhibition featuring paintings by Makoto Fujimura and Bruce Herman, an original piano and string quartet composition by Christopher Theofanidis, and theological reflections by Duke professor and pianist Jeremy Begbie. Hiroshima was the first city in history to be… Read More
Bruce Webb, Emeritus Professor of Economics and Business at Gordon, died early Monday morning at his home, of cancer. Prof. Webb, who came to Gordon in 1977, received his B.A. and M.A. from Northeastern University, and his Ph.D. from… Read More
The American Enterprise Institute—one of the largest think tanks in Washington, D.C.—hosted select Gordon students at two recent summits. The Values and Capitalism Conference invited student leaders from Christian colleges across the country, including Gordon’s AEI Executive Council… Read More
Studying in the Croatian capital, Zagreb, the students of the Balkans Semester Program had the unique opportunity to serve refugee families at the Croatian-Slovenian border crossing.