“Reel Hope” for Kids in Foster Care

“Reel Hope” for Kids in Foster Care

Since 2016, Kaycee Stanley ’09 has been directing the Reel Hope Project, an organization that creates short videos to share the stories of Minnesota kids waiting to be adopted. In the process, she met a teenager who she and her husband later made a part of their family.

From Bethel to Kuwait—and Back

From Bethel to Kuwait—and Back

Sgt. Conor Nordmeyer’s ’21 desire to serve his community led him to the National Guard and Bethel. It also led him on a deployment to Kuwait, where he served as a religious affairs specialist and led suicide prevention training.

Business Mentorships Change Lives—of Both Students and Mentors

Business Mentorships Change Lives—of Both Students and Mentors

Bethel’s Department of Business and Economics helps students connect with mentors in the business world who provide support and advice. But the impact goes both ways—and one business professional says the value she’s received from mentoring Bethel business students has been life-changing.

Fulbright Scholar’s Mission Field Reaches Australia

Fulbright Scholar’s Mission Field Reaches Australia

Fulbright scholar and computer science alum Brandon RichardWebster ’15 is getting the most out of his scholarship as he develops drones for Australian farmers. He sees his role as witness for the Lord’s kingdom.