In this issue
Shirley A. Mullen '76
If you are a Houghton graduate, you are more than likely living a more interesting and adventurous life than you ever expected. The culture tells us that education is about getting a job. At Houghton, education is about getting a life.
Why ordinary matters
Deborah A. Johnson '11
As I contemplate the months that followed my graduation from Houghton, my thoughts turn to my fellow classmates and to alumni from years past.
Kate Ambrose '08
I’ve been wrestling recently with a variety of texts, conversations and narratives in order to come to a place of greater understanding regarding the historic figure of Jesus.
New world of opportunities
Brenda VanHorn '00
Like so many people, I didn’t start out with a specific career in mind. An abiding interest in history and a love of travel eventually fostered an interest in international trade.
Shelley (Smith '93) Noyes
Reverend Dr. Harry L. Thomas Jr. ’65, director of Come Alive Ministries International and co-founder of the nation’s largest Christian music festival, The Creation Festival, walked out on the stage in Morocco and saw 3,000 Muslims in tuxes.
Life’s persistent questions
As a 17-year-old college freshman, I was convinced that I was going to play professional baseball. I discovered, though, that when a 5 foot 10 inch 150-pound kid says something like this out loud he’s bound to get some interesting looks.
To love, equip, and empower
Danielle Brenon '12 and Jeff Babbitt '96
“We never thought we’d be here this long,”reflects Mark Cerbone ’78. In 1992, Mark and his wife, Diann, had moved to a farmhouse in Western New York for what they thought would be a one-year stay ...
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