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Welcome to Elizabeth City Dr. Divino

July 02, 2014

Welcome Dr. Divino and Famly! The following article was pulled from an earlier announcement: Dr. Claudio Divino to join the faculty at Mid-Atlantic Christian University   Mid-Atlantic Christian University is pleased to announce that Dr. Claudio Divino will be joining the faculty at Mid-Atlantic Christian University at the beginning of the 2014-2015 school year. Dr. Divino will serve as Associate Professor of Cross-Cultural Ministry.   Dr. Divino was born and raised in Brazil and brings to the classroom, ministry experiences from both Brazil and the United States. He was instrumental in starting churches in his native homeland and has also worked with Hisportic Mission and the Orchard Group to start a Portuguese speaking church in New York state. Dr. Divino is a graduate of Faculdade Batista Teológica de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil (B.Th. in Intercultural Studies), and Emmanuel Christian Seminary (M.Div. and D. Min.).   Since 2003 Dr. Divino has been working with Crossroads College in Rochester, MN. His roles at Crossroads have included Intercultural Studies Professor and since 2010 the Vice President for Academic Affairs.   Dr. Divino has been a member of the NACC [North American Christian Convention] Continuation Committee (1999-2001; 2004-2006; 2007-2010) and continues to serve as a chaplain with the United Chaplains State of New York, Inc. (2002-present) and is an International Advisor of the Restoration Foundation,...

Regent University honors 'The Reluctant President' Dr. Clay Perkins

June 19, 2014

  Mid-Atlantic Christian University has a world-class faculty.  This summer Dr. Bob Smith is leading an archaeological excavation in Jordan; Dr. Lee Fields is coordinating the Biblical Language Center Hebrew and Greek courses on MACU's campus; Dr. Cheryl Luton and her husband, Dr. John Luton are working with Wycliffe Bible Translators in South Asia; and Dr. Kevin Larsen has traversed the globe to support and encourage missionaries.  Our world-class faculty are engaged in active ministry - leading by example!  The honor bestowed upon President Perkins is indicative of all those who serve at MACU.     http://www.regentalumni.org/s/832/subindex.aspx?sid=832&gid=4&pgid=1790

Messenger Summer 2014

June 18, 2014

Check out the Summer 2014 edition of the Messenger!  

Challenge: Double your Gift by 6/30/14

June 12, 2014

    DOUBLE YOUR GIFT TO MACU BETWEEN NOW AND JUNE 30TH! Have your financial gift to MACU doubled between now and June 30th.  A friend of MACU has offered to match every gift, dollar for dollar (up to $85K), from now until June 30th.  Your gift to the General Fund or to the Foundation will be matched!  The matching portion for your Foundation gift will go into the General Fund.  I am asking you to reach deep, with confidence in God, and give the largest gift you can possibly give. We do not all have the same financial means, but we are all stewards of the Lord who owns everything (Psalm 24:1). Some can give $20,000, some $5,000, some $500, and some $50.  Please give generously!   TRIPLE YOUR GIFT TO MACU BETWEEN NOW AND JUNE...

MACU Motorcycle Rally & Charity Ride

June 03, 2014

MACU Motorcycle Rally & Charity Ride is READY TO ROLL Sept. 6th! Memorial Ride for D. Q. Roberts and Bob Morton.   The day starts with a continental breakfast at the beautiful river-front campus of Mid-Atlantic Christian University (MACU) in Elizabeth City, NC.  The ride route will take about two hours to drive, with a break in the middle for refreshments.  When the ride finishes back at the MACU campus you will enjoy a nice lunch and a brief presentation from a super guy who loves people and loves to ride his motorcycle. Pete Kunkle, senior minister at First Christian Church of Kernersville, NC, will be the guest speaker and will ride his bike with the group.  Invite your clubs and friends. This year's ride will be a memorial to D.Q. Roberts of Christian Riders Ministry.  D.Q. and Beth have ministered to hundreds of bikers and led many to Christ. MACU loves cross cultural ministry and we honor the work D. Q. completed.  We also continue to remember Bob Morton during the ride. Bob was such a blessing to us and to so many others he shared the Gospel with.