Habits Monika Pfistner ’13 formed through La Vida beckon her outdoors beckon to find originality in her wood and floral design business and to be present in God’s creation.
Former Discovery facilitator of 25 years, Liz (Heeren Hurley) Williams ’84, shares how “commitment moves”—opportunities to prayerfully go out on a limb—remain a way for God to use her life to serve others.
From campfires to the office, Jim Beville ’99 seeks to create an environment of warmth. Read of La Vida encouraged him to redefine what success looks like.
Embracing being Black has been a lifelong journey for Michael Ellis Ingram, who moved to Germany in 2010 to pursue a career in music. Read about his personal journey and revelations.
In honor of Black History Month, The Bell retells the stories of six Black men and women—all graduates of Gordon and Barrington—who went to great lengths to shift the currents of history.