Producing The FW Vine

Not long ago you received your winter copy of our biannual alumni mini-magazine, The FW Vine. Perhaps you still haven’t cracked it open and are saving it for a rainy day. But the Resource Center is already bustling with activity as we put together the spring edition. The mailing date isn’t until April 29 but […]

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A Point of Connection

On a bright Thursday afternoon, five Fort Wayne graduates gathered in a cozy diner for a Share YOUR Voice session. Some came during lunch break, decked out in blazers and nametags. They filtered through the door one at a time—all coming from different directions, all in different walks of life. But as we sat down […]

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As We Pray

This is a busy time of semester for students like me. Do you remember what that felt like? We’re starting to feel the pressure of classes, internships and other responsibilities bearing down on us, and sometimes it can snuff out our spiritual energy. It starts to feel like we’re doing it alone. Thankfully, this is […]

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The Spirit-Filled Life

It was the morning of February 14, 1970. Fort Wayne students trudged through heavy snow on their way to Founders Hall for chapel and plopped unenthusiastically into their seats. As the clock ticked, news spread that the morning’s guest speaker would not make an appearance due to bad weather. Chapel was not cancelled; rather, the […]

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Our New Blog

This is the official blog for the Fort Wayne Alumni & Friends Resource Center. Weekly updates will be posted by our intern, Kathryn Fenstermacher, featuring her insights and reflections about the history and heritage of the Fort Wayne campus. We hope this blog will be a joy for you to read and a tool to […]

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First Impressions

“Destination on the right,” droned my GPS as my car crawled along the snow laden Rudisill Blvd. I hardly needed help finding the building—the two-story white house that sat peacefully against the gray sky seemed to beckon me in. I climbed the back steps to the house to find the figures of Bill and Joyce […]

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