Inspired by biblical models of mentoring and through my interaction with Taylor students – and possibly because God gave me four daughters and seven granddaughters – I’m passionate about mentoring young men. I have gained more from intentional time with D.J. than I have given him.
—Ken Wolgemuth, Retired Development Officer
We love the central role Scripture plays in communal worship at Immanuel. Each week we hear Scripture read aloud and together we profess, “Thanks be to God.”
—Seth Ehorn, College Professor
I appreciate Immanuel’s intentional inclusiveness. We don’t box people into social categories. We recognize and start with our central identity in Christ. Parents can learn from people without children, old can be friends with young. This makes us a richer, more cohesive church community.