Course offers EMS students context in Israel/Palestineby Eastern Mennonite University
Eastern Mennonite University, Harrisonburg, Va., undergraduate students spend a day shepherding in the Nazareth Village led by Becki Day, an Eastern Mennonite Seminary student. Day chose to research sheep and shepherding in the first century as her project for EMS’ “hybrid” course called “The Jesus Movement in the Early Context.” This semester, six students and one professor tested the limits of online and in-person education with the course. The students were all service workers living in various locations in Israel/Palestine.—Eastern Mennonite University
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