As her Instgram following — @madelinekate_illustrates — nears 125,000, Madeline Hostetler ’13 Martinez finds herself juggling a full-time graphic design job at children’s apparel company Hanna Andersson, along with offers from big name companies, and the less appealing administrative aspects of running her own business. “It’s something I never would have imagined,” confesses the illustrator…

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“I never would have dreamed that God would lead me to marry a dynamic ministry leader from a small village in Tanzania and that together we would establish an international ministry,” said Regina Horst ’81 Chacha in chapel on February 24, in presentation, “Lean Not on Your Own Understanding, or ‘How I Became Mama to…

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This article by Cody Eliot was posted in the February 24, 2020, edition of the Daily News-Record. The JV Boys Basketball team also clinched a VIC championship earlier the same day (February 22, 2020), defeating North Cross 62-44. ROANOKE — Don’t look now, but here comes Eastern Mennonite. And it may be a different version…

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A massive Bible, the Greek word “Zotanos”, stories about family and faith were all part of Spiritual Renewal Week with Rebecca W. Tyson February 17 to 21, 2020. Each day, Rebecca dug deep into scripture with students, pulling from commentaries and the original language to invite students to do more than just “hear” Gods word,…

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This article by Rich Harp was originally published in the Huron Daily Tribune, Huron, Michigan. Photos courtesy of Rich Harp for the Tribute Freda Janette Maust has lived her entire life in the Pigeon area, and as one might expect, she is well-known in the community. But there are things about her that most residents…

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Ten Eastern Mennonite High School students joined hundreds of students from across the country and around the world for the North American Invitational Model United Nations program at the Washington (DC) Hilton, February 13 through 16. The Model UN program is an educational simulation in which students learn about diplomacy, international relations, and the United…

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Their 10th visit to Eastern Mennonite School brought new energy and people as the internationally acclaimed vocal ensemble, VOCES8, shared the stage with EMS’s Touring Choir and Junior Choir, as well as the Shenandoah Valley Children’s Choir (SVCC). Guests came from as far away as Boone, N.C., to hear the ensemble in the EMS Auditorium…

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Spheres with blinking lights… what fourth grader could resist this ball of creativity and learning? Thanks to generous donors, there are plenty of Sphero Bolts to go around at Eastern Mennonite Elementary School. The small robots allow children to channel their ideas into reality, creating private games, secret codes and their own robotic equations. Donors…

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