Gordon alumna Barbara (Gration) Harbert ’76 never thought she’d return to missions work. “I didn’t want to be a missionary,” she says. “But God, in his very loving and patient way, started turning my heart.”
The month of March brings awareness to those without speech, sight and other abilities that make it easier to interact in our world. Meet Gordon alumni Samuel Sennott ’04, co-creator of the transformative assistive technology software Proloquo2go.
Meet Aaron “Wes” Hillman ’70B, master rebounder and community cultivator. He cemented his legacy on the basketball court from 1966-1970 as a four-year starter for the Barrington Warriors
Angela Epplett ’20 sought to pursue her passion for education despite the odds. In a global pandemic, and after only visiting once, Epplett moved to the Dominican Republic to work with third and fifth-grade students with learning needs at Santiago Christian School in Santiago de los Caballeros.
In a Friday evening ceremony at Homecoming and Family Weekend, six Gordon alumni will be honored with annual awards to recognize their impactful work and faithfulness to Christ.