In a day and age where Easter has lost its meaning in many secular circles, it is important to be reminded that we are celebrating the very foundation of everything we believe as Christ followers. Easter eggs, bunnies and candy are great, but the death and resurrection of our Lord and Savior, which allows sinners to enter into His presence, that is what we celebrate on Easter Sunday. Today’s blog asks MBU Timeline writers a simple question: What does Easter mean to you?
Photo by John Hough — Graphic illustration by Matt Williams
The annual March holiday offers a release from class for all MBU students, who will find themselves taking advantage of the week in a variety of ways.
Photo by Rebekah Rutledge
With standing room only, it was clear that students and faculty were very interested in the event speaker, Police Chief Samuel Dotson. This, paired with thoughtful, in-depth questions and openness on Dotson’s part, led to the most successful Media Talk in school history.
Photo by Ryan Rerich
Media Talk participants include, left to right, Amanda Staggenborg, Jerica Drago, Chief Samuel Dotson, Rebekah Rutledge and Shelby Wannemuehler.
A group of MBU students are working to put hats on the heads of kids who have been diagnosed with cancer.
Photo by MBU Love Your Melon