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Goshen College professor James S. Miller's church and the high school two of his children attend are working to help all those impacted by the slaying of the popular biology instructor. Police said Miller, 58, was killed and his wife, Linda, was...
Tags: Christianity, Injuries and Wounds
While the search continues for the man suspected of killing 58-year-old Goshen College Professor James Miller and severely injuring his wife, Linda, in their Goshen home early Sunday morning, a prayer service Wednesday night at the couple's church focused...
GOSHEN – Clinton Frame Mennonite Church is having a service Wednesday night at 7:00 for Jim Miller that is open to the community for a time of prayer and worship. Miller’s wife served as an interim pastor of children’s ministries at the...
GOSHEN, Ind. (AP) — Goshen College's decision to not play the national anthem before sporting events has drawn plenty of criticism despite being in line with the school's Mennonite beliefs. Goshen public relations director Richard Aguirre says...
Goshen College has decided to stop playing "The Star-Spangled Banner" at sporting events after starting to do so for the first time last year. Last spring the Mennonite college made a decision to allow the instrumental version of the song played...
ELKHART, Ind. (AP) — A contentious Arizona-styled immigration bill that would allow Indiana police to stop drivers if they have a reasonable suspicion that they're in the U.S. illegally is drawing opposition from the Mennonite Church USA. Church...
Tags: Immigration, Christianity, Politics, Elections, Indiana
ELKHART, Ind. (AP) — Leaders of Elkhart-based Mennonite Church USA have come out against an Arizona-style bill that would crack down on illegal immigration in Indiana. The leaders are calling on church members to write state lawmakers and Gov....
Tags: Immigration, Christianity, Migration, Politics, Elections
LAGRANGE, Ind. (AP) — A northern Indiana tourist town known for its Amish and Mennonite shops is poised to remain dry after a local board voted against a gasoline station's request to sell warm beer and wine. The News-Sun of Kendallville reports...
Tags: Christianity, Politics, Elections, Indiana
This story is all about numbers — Combing nine days, hundreds of volunteers and thousands of pounds of meat. It adds up to a mixture of different religious faiths working together for a common cause. For the next several days, part of Goshen has...
Mark Eldon Moyer, 92, Davidsville, went home to the Lord May 18, 2013, at his home. Born May 26, 1920, in Grantsville, Md., the son of William H. and Mary Jaunita (Beachy) Moyer. Preceded in death by parents, sons, Timothy, William, and Stephen Arthur,...
The sixth nationwide gathering of the descendants of Jacob Hochstetler will meet July 19 and 20 in Mifflin County. After American independence, members of this Swiss German colonial family left Berks County and came to central and southwest Pennsylvania...
Daily American CorrespondentHow could Brody Thomas have known when his mom urged him to tickle the ivories at the tender age of 5, that it could tickle his fancy in a career choice as well. Thomas, native of Springs and a sophomore at Goshen Mennonite College, recently held a...
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