Mennonite education changed my life!
“I've attended two grad schools, completed post-doc research, and taught grad and undergrad students at different universities; I can honestly say that EMU is the best school I have been a part of. EMU taught me how to be analytical. It is the best educational environment I have experienced.”   —Dr. Kevin F. Foley, 1996 Eastern Mennonite University graduate.     
 
“I enjoy teaching because it gives me the opportunity to be a positive influence. My prayer each day is that God will allow me to take the focus off of myself and put my energy into making just one student's day a little brighter.”   —Bonnie Weaver, music teacher, Central Christian School 
Prayers for Faith and Learning
Bethel College, North Newton, Kan.  - 11/24/2014
Thank God for the Bethel College host families and others who open their homes to students who are far from home during the Thanksgiving break.
What's new?

Visit the new website: www.peacecolleges.com for colleges and universities that have full-fledged undergraduate programs.
 


 

 
 
 

Learn more about Mennonite education in the booklet, Mennonite Education Annual Reports Fall 2013.
 


Mennonite Early Childhood Network (MECN)

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In 2011, this Sunday became Christian Formation Sunday and moved from February to the second Sunday of September. Material is available now to use on a Sunday that best suits your congregation.

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