There’s always room to worship the Lord, no matter the current posture of our hearts. Knowing this, student chapel band leaders Josiah Gonzales and Tristina Tucker, have grown to see chapel leadership as a way of honoring whatever season the student body finds themselves in.
This summer, sophomores — and best friends — Anna Runion and Lauren Dykes found themselves drawn to a three-month adventure serving the Lord in the Tetons.
Servant leader. It’s not just a buzz word that tour guides try to fit into their monologues or that prospective students put into their application essays.
The members of Rice Pilaf are grateful for what they consider a “weird energy” that surrounds the group this year. Rice Pilaf, often shortened to Pilaf, is Taylor’s improvisational comedy club.
To take a deep dive into The Echo archive is to explore a comprehensive history of how Taylor’s beloved traditions have developed over the years.
Troy and Liz Shockey embody the word “hospitality.” Together, the Upland-based couple have embraced leadership of The RedBarn, an after-school ministry for Eastbrook students grades 6-12.