A POWERFUL INFLUENCE

A POWERFUL INFLUENCE

As dean of faculty throughout her husband’s presidency, Isabel Warwick Wood, who held bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Brown University, brought her own considerable gifts as a scholar, teacher and administrator to the institution, planting and tending seeds for...
Centered

Centered

“The more elaborate an organization grows, and the more many-sided its works, the more it needs the unity of an organizing center. We need it more now at Gordon than in the earlier days of simpler and smaller work. For a Christian organization the only right and sure...
The Move to Wenham

The Move to Wenham

In 1953, even before the Highway Act of 1956 pumped $25 billion into road projects that began to transform how Americans travelled, Route 128 had been extended as a modern highway from Danvers all the way to Gloucester, and towns previously off the beaten path became...
A Slice of (1964) Gordon Life

A Slice of (1964) Gordon Life

In 1964, Girls’ Basketball players wore dresses. The HUD dorms were under construction. Boys’ Basketball won the Bean Pot Classic. Constance Thurber was Spring Formal Queen. Students were involved in the Foreign Missions Fellowship and the Student National Education...
The Mind of Christ

The Mind of Christ

Keeping Faith with A.J. Gordon’s Legacy at Gordon College In his last book, How Christ Came to Church, A. J. Gordon told of his own spiritual journey by recounting and interpreting a vivid dream that spoke profoundly to him and captured the heart of his life in...