Bouncing Back at Quarterback
Trey Anderson overcomes 2014 knee injury to command Royal offense as freshman quarterback.
Bethel’s Booth Review
Jim Pearson deals with a lot of yardage. During the week, he helps students land their drives in the middle of the fairway at more than 200 yards. On the weekends, he helps NFL referees decide whether the football crossed into the end zone or should be placed at the one-yard line.
A World Apart
Athulya and Tina are my adopted daughters. Isaiah and Josiah are my biological sons. But they’re all my children,” Andrew Rock said as he crossed his legs and shrugged his shoulders.
Bethel FCA: “Not Just Another Bible Study”
Fellowship of Christian Athletes encourages camaraderie and stimulates growth
Micaella Petrich Comes Home
After serving as a missionary overseas, former two-sport athlete returns to her team in a new role, with a new understanding of God’s providence.
Lee Would Like to Play
Joey Lee has been a quarterback since he started playing organized football in seventh grade. Growing up in Dawson, Minn. and attending Dawson-Boyd High School from 2011–2014, Lee earned himself a MFCA All-Star selection his senior year, three appearances in the 1A state championship game and a state title in 2011. After high school, he decided to continue his football career at Bethel University.
Hitting the Ground Running
Cramped in the basement of the Hagstrom Center adjacent of the mailroom, the windowless office bares a resemblance to solitary confinement. The walls, made of cinder block, are painted a ghostly white. The room is illuminated by a single bank of fluorescent lights that make the monotonous shade on the walls glow bright enough to cause a headache.