A recent document condemns the Church’s normalization of current corruption and oppression.
Former Bethel professor Phyllis Alsdurf releases her latest children’s book.
A security guard noticed a car window in the Lissner lot was shattered, then found three more broken into and one more in the Townhouse lot.
The Clarion recently reported on Adam Dommeyer’s chapel service from Sept. 15 and its absence on Campus Ministries’ iTunes and Vimeo websites. To follow up, we sat with head campus pastor Laurel Bunker to understand why it still hasn’t been posted.
Sept. 15 chapel message prompted an apology to faculty and is missing from iTunes feed.
Bethel’s campus responds to President Donald Trump’s announcement to end a program from Barack Obama’s administration.
Campus Ministries will be hosting a baptism service for the first time in Bethel history this fall.
A look at Welcome Week and more about Bethel’s newest students.
Bethel adds lab space and new faculty for new programs.
The number of women in ministry, despite being one of the most polarizing issues in the church, is growing. By Bri Shaw and Sarah Nelson|Clarion Reporters Pastor Laurel Bunker made her way up the wooden stairs of the stage in Benson Great Hall despite the 3-inch wedges on her feet. She normally waits quietly in the dark corner until worship ends, then walks onstage and booms a powerful benediction over the masses, hand high in the air. Students everywhere bow their heads. Chapel is packed. Chapel is almost always more occupied when Laurel speaks. She wakes up at 5 a.m. on days she preaches. Without the help of an alarm, her eyes are immediately open and she makes her way to her favorite place: her living room. While coffee brews and worship music plays, she pictures the Bethel students she will soon see at Benson Hall. She then dives into her…