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"The baseball team went to be a blessing to the Dominican people, but we soon realized that, with the hospitality and servant’s hearts of the Dominicans, they were so much more of a blessing to us." http://ow.ly/L6luE
The Sabercats men’s baseball team spent spring break in Bani, Dominican Republic, hosting baseball clinics and partnering with Iglesia Bautista Cristiana.
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"Squirrel for supper, and such like" http://ow.ly/KKP6k
MBU presents Hide and Shriek, a mystery comedy by Tim Kelly. The play mingles the formality of city manners with the primitive ways of hillbilly life.
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What difference does regional accreditation make? http://ow.ly/Kxguk
Maranatha Baptist University has been regionally accredited since February 26, 1993. What difference does regional accreditation make for your education?
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"I'm afraid that after all these lives and sacrifices, we are putting those lives in jeopardy by being reckless with our finances." http://ow.ly/Kj9dc
Representative Dale Kooyenga, of the Wisconsin State Assembly 14th District, presented the topic of the Wisconsin state budget and education at Maranatha.
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Read 'A Theology of Separation' from Dr. Larry Oats in the latest Maranatha Baptist Theological Journal. http://ow.ly/JSA3Z
Larry Oats1 In the last issue of the Maranatha Baptist Theological Journal I wrote an article on the Theology of Fellowship. This current article is the flipside of the earlier article. A theology of separation needs to be part of a theology of fellowship. This article will be limited to the New Testament. A study [Continue Reading...]
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“All the trips really teach you to just trust that God is in control, and He is with you, and if He’s opening that door for you, to go forward until He closes it.” http://ow.ly/KTYMr
For Marea Kazarovich (’14), the choice was either nursing or teaching. When she found her heart was leaning more toward nursing, it wasn’t a choice anymore.
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Higher education comes with a higher price tag these days. Fortunately, help is available. http://www.mbu.edu/financial-aid/
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Relive the brand and mascot reveal from one year ago today. http://photos.mbu.edu/Events/Mascot-Brand-Unleashed/i-Pnn7BXQ
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"Prepared to Go: The Promise of the Spanish Program" http://ow.ly/KpBVH
When I learned that MBU offered a Spanish program, I knew I wanted to be a part of it. I’d grown up exposed to Spanish in both my church and my community and had taken two years of high school-level classes. But I still felt limited in my second-language abilities. So I came onto campus [Continue Reading...]
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The Wizardry of OSS: Life in the Land of Technological Promise http://ow.ly/JY6pS
OSS is a remarkable form of escapism. In its attempt to escape finiteness, it will result in the loss of the enjoyment of life and a relationship with God.
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Add your talents to the MBU team. http://www.mbu.edu/employment/
Find MBU employment opportunities here. Maranatha is looking for faculty and staff members who are both spiritually mature and professionally competent.
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745 W Main St Watertown, WI 53094
745 West Main StreetUSWisconsinWatertown53094
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Maranatha Baptist University exists to develop leaders for ministry in the local church and the world “To the Praise of His Glory.”
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Jerry Kaifetz
4 months ago
This another Fundamentalist institution in the WORST of their abusive, rigid, graceless, and overbearing traditions. When I confronted their president and VP (Marty Marriott & & Matthew Davis) with pervasive and compelling first hand evidence of the sexual abuse of children at Maranatha, their tactic was to try to continue their bullying of the victim and family, and to circle the wagons and tell me it was none of my business. The victim here was 16 years old and directly BLAMED by Maranatha for being seduced by a teacher, the whole family then unceremoniously thrown out on their ear. This a HORRID institution that has a dark and disturbing history. I wrote the book, "Profaned Pulpit -- the Jack Schaap Story," and I am more than familiar with these kinds of Independent Fundamental Baptist institutions. Maranatha is cut from that same wretched cloth.
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Geoffrey Stertz
7 months ago
I received 8 years of education from this wonderful place! I highly recommend it!
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travis stirewalt
2 years ago
Communistic and effective in keeping it's students immersed in ignorance and isolated from the real world. A true brainwashing factory
A Google User
3 years ago
Pretty good school. Could use some work on their methods. The friends are amazing!
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Caleb Dillman
10 months ago
**I wanted to give this a 4.5 but I'll give the conservative number since it has to be 4 or 5** I recently graduated from here. I really appreciated the degree I got from this school (now University - go MBU!), the godly staff and faculty, and the friends and relationships I've made here. No, it certainly is not perfect as anyone who has stayed here can attest to. But to expect a perfrect school would be unrealistic and utopian this side of Heaven. I do believe the staff have a heart to lead others to become godly leaders in their communities, churches, and around world. Were I see them struggle, I think they emphasize corporate ideals more so than individual application based on biblical truth that relates to the student body as a whole, but since my freshman year I have seen this gap begin to narrow with some of the changes they have made and the new staff that have come on board. I think MBU has the opportunity to becoming a great University and it already has done a lot of great things to get there. Time will show whether or not they succeed and remain faithful.
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Keith Kraker
3 years ago
Maranatha is a small conservative Christian college where the the commands and principles of the Bible are used to guide their education. Students are held to a number of rules, however, they are not as restrictive or controlling as many equivalent Christian colleges. With their regional accreditation and positive standing in national school comparisons, students graduating from Maranatha are competitive in the job market. Maranatha offers a variety of degrees in Education, Music, Ministry, Nursing, Business, and other fields as they are able. Students also have an opportunity to participate in sports, ROTC, drama, and ministry in local churches. The school isn't perfect, but it offers young Christian men and women and opportunity to obtain higher education and prepare themselves for their future career while strengthening their walk with the Lord.
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Kat Romick
a year ago
Maranatha did an extreme amount of harm to myself, my relationships, and my marriage all in the name of "helping" me. I guess their history, lit, and nursing programs are fairly good. I wouldn't argue for any of their other programs though.
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Luke Cleghorn
3 weeks ago