In this newsletter, Evan Byler reflects on the choir tour experience of Haiti.
Two students – Leonardo Penner and Elizabeth Miller – reflect on an assignment they completed for Discovering Our God.
Green beans, marshmallows, or rat poison – so many options! Albert Stoltzfus reflects on lawfulness, expediency, and the glory of God.
Ashley Ruhl, a student at SMBI’s first term, reflects on the experience of the Anabaptist History Tour.
SMBI is celebrating its fortieth anniversary! Join us for three days of reflection, connection, and celebration. Additionally, this edition of the Monitor features an invitation to join Dwight and Joanne Martin on an Anabaptist History Tour of Germany, Switzerland, and Holland.
How do we deal with hard things that come our way? In this newsletter, Elijah Yoder offers four ways we can think about difficulty and preparation for hard times.
What is the worst thing that could happen to you? Physical death? Clifford Schrock, administrator of SMBI, explores end-of-life questions in this fall newsletter.
Elijah Yoder has given 25 years of faithful teaching service at SMBI. This newsletter offers tribute to the service given by Elijah.
Clifford Schrock addresses our tendancy to evaluate in either/or terms what should be isssues of priority. What are the first things we should devote ourselves to?
A first-term student reflects on the way God incrementally provides for our spiritual needs.