The Colts will return to Anderson for the fourth consecutive year after the team originally spent their summers at the university from its inaugural season in 1984 to 1998. Following training camp, the Colts will return to the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center in Indianapolis.
God gave direction to Ron Duncan at age 15. It came through a youth summer camp pastor, preaching Proverbs 3.
"Do not let loyalty and faithfulness forsake you; bind them around your neck, write them on the tablet of your heart," the first verses read. "Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not rely on your own insight. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your paths."
Duncan said a realization was sudden, overpowering; he knew the rest of his life would be spent serving God.
More than 3,000 people from across the globe descended on the city this weekend.
They came to share stories and to worship, but their primary purpose was simple: to connect with other Church of God members.
Longtime community leader Chuck Staley will receive the Sagamore of the Wabash Award from Gov. Mike Pence and local state legislators Terri Austin, Jack Lutz and Tim Lanane at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at The Edge in Edgewood.
While volunteering at The Christian Center, Chance, an Anderson University student, noticed a man’s shoes were in bad condition and barely staying on his feet. While talking with this man, Chance decided to take his shoes off and give them to the man. “He was planning on walking back to campus in the snow, with no shoes,” said Dr. Stuart Erny, director of campus ministries at AU.
At the front of the Anderson University School of Theology's Miller Chapel is the Willhardt Memorial Window, a stained glass window that takes center stage. It is not easily ignored, but instead, it is marveled at as people gather in the chapel. During the spring semester, the window served as a guide while seminary faculty preached through a sermon series focusing on the different themes represented in the artwork.
Six months ago, vehicle parts manufacturer Keihin North America announced it would move its corporate headquarters to Anderson's Flagship Enterprise Center, 2701 Enterprise Drive.
Now, "We're officially here," said vice president Greg Young, after cutting a blue ribbon to dedicate the facility Friday afternoon.