Matthew Moore, professor of communications, will be performing a multisensory theater experience entitled “Through the Veil: An Easter Experience” from Wednesday, March 23rd to Saturday, March 31st, at Greenhouse Theater in Chicago.
Commander Paul Bauer of the Chicago Police Department was killed Tuesday, February 13th, while pursuing a suspect near the Loop. Bauer was 53 years old, and leaves behind a wife and a daughter. He had served 31 years in the police force, CNN reports.
Jonah Wright is the managing editor for the Moody Standard. He is well-versed in movies and frequently covers them in the columns he writes for the Standard. The Academy Awards honors the best achievements in
by Jessi Bee, correspondent The history of Moody Bible Institute is entangled with music. D. L. Moody’s ministry, from the beginning, is linked with Ira Sankey, his song leader. And the love Moody held for music
Next semester, the Moody campus will be ringing with lyrics sung by students in the showers, down the halls, and through the arches in preparation for the musical production of “Into the Woods.” Dr. Jori Jennings, professor of music, is the director for this year’s spring musical.
by Tirzah Lee, correspondent Over the last few weeks, a display of Moody students’ art has been displayed at Joe’s. These works of unframed imagination were a chance for students to participate in an Art Society
Our submissions are currently open for theologically informed art based on the theme Crux. All submissions are due December 8th at midnight. Tell us stories about moments of critical decision. Show us images that give flesh to the cruxes in your life and the life of your community.
by Tirzah Lee, correspondent On Sunday, October 8th, Moody students awoke to ringing cowbells and cheering spectators, the sound of the 40th Bank of America Chicago Marathon. Runners from more than 100 countries and all 50
by Jessi Bee, correspondent On September 8, 2017, the MBI Missions Conference Facebook page updated their profile picture. The photograph displayed a female warrior, dressed in chainmail, head tipped back and donning an elaborate helmet. Across