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June 25, 2022

Introducing the Deep Roots Wide Reach Campaign

One year ago, as the Regent community celebrated fifty years of living theology, the College announced that it had embarked on a major capital campaign. Today, we’re delighted to tell you more about that campaign. This is an exciting moment in Regent’s history, and we hope you’ll be a part of it! To learn more, visit our new campaign webp...

June 20, 2022

REGENT COLLEGE ANNOUNCES NEW CONCENTRATION IN CHAPLAINCY FOR MDIV STUDENTS

Regent College is delighted to announce that Master of Divinity (MDiv) students will be able to pursue a concentration in chaplaincy starting in the 2022/2023 academic year. This new concentration meets the growing needs of a world where increasingly more organizations are interested in the spiritual health of the people they work with, while...

 

June 17, 2022

Making Connections: Update on Regent’s Digital Reach Expansion

How can Regent serve alumni and friends around the world? How can it serve the global church? How can we invite the next generation of students into the Regent community? These are some of the questions that inspired Regent’s Digital Reach Expansion project—one part of the Deep Roots Wide Reach Campaign. The Digital Reach...

June 09, 2022

New MALTS Grads Reflect on Journeys of Transformation

What do an aircraft engineer, a real estate executive, a parachurch worker, a school principal, and an obstetrician have in common? You can find all of them among the recent graduates of Regent’s Master of Arts in Leadership, Theology and Society (MALTS) program. The MALTS class of 2022, only the second group to complete the...

June 07, 2022

Refreshing Our MDiv to Equip Ministry Leaders for Life

This year, Regent College is refreshing its Master of Divinity (MDiv) program—a robust 90-credit degree that helps students prepare for creative leadership, prayerful service, and redemptive engagement in ministry leadership. This work is being led by Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology Dr. Mark Glanville, and has been made possible by a...

May 27, 2022

Making Theological Education Affordable: A Spotlight on New Scholarships

For the past three years, Regent College has been working with a number of very generous donors to establish at least a dozen new student scholarships. Part of the Deep Roots Wide Reach Campaign, this is one of many projects the College is undertaking to help make theological education more accessible to the whole people of God. D...

May 24, 2022

Alumna Helps Launch The Sanctuary Course and Equips Churches to Discuss Mental Health

In celebration of her good work in helping launch Sanctuary Mental Health Ministries' latest resource, The Sanctuary Course, we sat down with Jane Born (MDiv '20) to discuss the course, its impact, and its relevance for the church. Jane came to Regent with questions about mental health and wellbeing in the church. After six years in full-time mi...

May 20, 2022

A Conversation with Regent's New Stevens Chair, Dr. David Robinson

This month, Regent College welcomed Dr. David Robinson into his new role as R. Paul Stevens Assistant Professor of Marketplace Theology and Leadership. The Stevens Chair was endowed in 2019 as one of the first projects to be fully funded by Regent's Deep Roots Wide Reach Campaign. The College is deeply grateful to Dr. Margaret Wong,...

May 12, 2021

Introducing Dr. Prabo Mihindukulasuriya: Get to Know Our Post-Doctoral Fellow in the History of Christianity

As we announced last month, Regent College is thrilled to welcome Dr. Prabo Mihindukulasuriya as Post-Doctoral Fellow in the History of Christianity for the 2022/2023 academic year. Prabo has a wide-ranging background in theological studies and history. He comes to Regent after over two decades at Colombo Theological Seminary in Sri Lanka, where...

May 13, 2022

New Scholarship Honours Professor Emeritus Don Lewis

Regent’s 2022 Convocation ceremony included a poignant tribute to Dr. Donald M. Lewis, who passed away unexpectedly in October 2021 while serving as Professor of Church History at Regent College. President Jeff Greenman announced that Dr. Lewis has been posthumously named Professor Emeritus, a significant honour that recognizes meritoriou...

April 25, 2022

Regent College Announces Changes to Distance Education

Here at Regent College, there are some exciting changes afoot in our Distance Education department. We’re delighted to share that, starting in the 2022/2023 academic year, Distance Education will be offered with a fresh focus on three things: brand new course content, improved student-faculty interaction, and electives that intentionally comp...

April 21, 2022

Theology, Science, and Creation

Every year on April 22, people around the world observe Earth Day by directing their care and attention toward creation. To mark Earth Day 2022, we’d like to introduce Dr. Mayo Adigun and Dr. Karen Wiebe, two scientists whose study of theology has enriched the joy and wonder they experience in their scientific work. We’ve also highlighted a f...

April 04, 2022

Introducing Dr. Lisa Sung: Get to Know our Visiting Associate Professor of Theology

As we announced earlier this week, Regent College is thrilled to welcome Dr. Elizabeth (Lisa) Sung as Visiting Associate Professor of Theology for a two-year appointment starting on August 15, 2022. Lisa brings an incredible breadth of experience and expertise to her role: an academic background in musicology and in systematic theology; ministry...

March 29, 2022

Regent Announces Three New Faculty Hires

Regent College is delighted to announce three new faculty appointments for the coming academic year: Dr. David Robinson as R. Paul Stevens Assistant Professor of Marketplace Theology and Leadership, Dr. Lisa Sung as Visiting Associate Professor of Theology, and Dr. Prabo Mihindukulasuriya as Post-Doctoral Fellow in the History of Christianity...

March 17, 2022

Finding Resonance with our World: An Interview with Niels Henrik Gregersen

In this interview, Dr. David Robinson speaks with Niels Henrik Gregersen, Professor of Systematic Theology at the University of Copenhagen. They discuss how scientific engagement enriches ministry, and consider the ways in which evolutionary biology, ecology, and natural disasters intersect with theology. Dr. Gregersen will be offering a ...

February 16, 2022

A Conversation with Rod Wilson: Thank You. I'm Sorry. Tell Me More.

On Tuesday, February 15, we celebrated the launch of Regent College President Emeritus Rod Wilson's new book, Thank You. I'm Sorry. Tell Me More. In this book, Rod revitalizes our understanding of the three simple phrases "Thank you," "I'm sorry," and "Tell me more," showing how they can be used to bring healing, connection, and change. P...

February 02, 2022

Discerning Vocation Together: A Church's Journey with Regent Exchange

The last chair was stacked, the tables folded and put away, and the final few guests lingered by the door. Volunteers hung up their aprons and turned out the lights in the Fellowship Hall. The community meal had come to a close for the last time. After almost ten years, the church would take a break from its weekly ritual as it could no longe...

January 21, 2022

New Year's Gratitude

The Regent College community has much to be grateful for as it enters a new year. In particular, Regent has been blessed by an outpouring of support from alumni and friends in response to its year-end fundraising efforts. These gifts are already at work as Regent welcomes new and returning students to a new semester of learning and spiritual for...

January 21, 2022

A Legacy of Mission: Remembering Michael Griffiths

(Photo: OMF International) Please join us in giving thanks for the life of Dr. Michael Griffiths, who passed away on January 9, 2022, at the age of 93. Michael came to Regent in 1990 to serve as the College’s first full-time professor of mission studies. His time at the College was brief, lasting only three years until his ...

January 17, 2022

Houston Centre Hosts 2022 Theology of the Person Lectures

Regent College is pleased to announce the launch of the James M. Houston Centre for Humanity and the Common Good. Directed by Dr. Jens Zimmermann, the Houston Centre is a five-year initiative of Regent College dedicated to the question of human identity and its importance for conceptions of the good life. As part of this initiative, the H...

January 10, 2022

Looking Ahead with Legacy Giving

For many of us, the beginning of the year is a time to think ahead and make plans. We map out schedules and activities for the coming year—but what would it look like to think even further ahead? If you’re in a forward-looking mood, this is a great time to think about your role in the Regent community and how you might contrib...

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