Back to her roots

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.”

Amplifying The Voices of Those Who Can’t Speak

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.

Teaching Internationally During a Global Pandemic

Angela Epplett at Santiago Christian School in Santiago de los Caballeros.

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.

Gordon Streaming | Part III: Music and Podcasts

In this final installment of the “Gordon Streaming” series, The Bell introduces you a talented group of podcast hosts, songwriters and musicians. One is a beloved professor, and the rest are Gordon alumni. Happy listening!

Confronting an Invisible Illness, Part II

After years of mysterious pain, inconclusive testing and an arduous pursuit of healing, Keanna Smigliani ’21 finds medical answers and meaning in her experience.