YOU'RE INVITED: Gen. Roger A. Brady to Speak at MACU

September 27, 2011

Elizabeth City, NC – Ret. 4 Star General Roger A. Brady will speak for a chapel service at Mid-Atlantic Christian University on Wednesday, September 28, at 9:30 a.m. The service will be held in the Davenport Chapel in the Blanton Campus Life Center. Below is a biography from the US Air Force website: GENERAL ROGER A. BRADY     Retired Feb. 1, 2011.   Gen. Roger A. Brady is Commander, U.S. Air Forces in Europe; Commander, Air Component Command, Ramstein; and Director, Joint Air Power Competency Center, Ramstein Air Base, Germany. He provides command and control for air, space and missile defense for activities in an area of operations covering almost one-fifth of the globe. This area includes 51 countries in Europe, Asia and the Middle East, and the Arctic and Atlantic oceans with a total population reaching nearly one billion people speaking more than 80 languages. He also has administrative control of 17th Air Force, providing support, logistics and resources to U.S. Africa...

Please join us for memorial events

September 26, 2011

Service on Sunday, Oct. 2, and Prayer Walk on Monday, Oct. 3 Mid-Atlantic Christian University will be remembering the tragedy that occurred on campus Oct. 3, 2010, on the one-year anniversary of the incident during which one of our students - Jonathan Schipper of Havelock, NC - was fatally wounded by another student. Jonathan was a student that loved Mid-Atlantic, his family, his prayers walks, and his fellow students. We deeply miss Jonathan on our campus. The community and area churches are invited to a worship and prayer service in the Davenport Chapel on Sunday, Oct. 2, at 7:00 p.m. This will be a time to reflect, to offer prayers for peace and not violence, and to pray for the families directly involved and for Mid-Atlantic Christian University. During the service the university will also thank the Elizabeth City Police Department for their prompt response and constant presence during the weeks following the shooting. Those who live nearby are also invited to a prayer walk on campus. The self-guided prayer walk can be started any time between 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. on Oct. 3, and should take about 45 minutes. Those wishing to participate...

Returning to Pamlico County in October: Helping after Hurricane Irene

September 20, 2011

Family and Friends,  We're going back. A team of students, faculty, and staff from Mid-Atlantic will be returning to Pamlico County for more hurricane relief work Oct. 7-12.  This group will be led by DARTS (Disaster Assistance Response Team - Students), which work under the auspices of IDES (International Disaster Emergency Service). If you wish to be a part of this clean-up effort, please contact either Keith Wood, Vice President for Development, or Ken Greene, Vice President for Enrollment Services. You may wish to join the group, provide tools or supplies, provide housing or meals, or provide funding for their trip or for the victims.   To contact us about our fall break work trip, contact: Keith: 252.334.2034 or Ken: 252.334.2019 or Share with God's people who are in need. Romans 12:13  Mid-Atlantic continues to provide leadership in responding to humanitarian needs resulting from Hurricane Irene. Our role is to provide a list of those in the best position to help those...

Report: Helping after Hurricane Irene

September 06, 2011

Family and Friends, While the wind and rain from Hurricane Irene have faded, many will deal with the effects for many days to come. We wish to thank all those who have responded to serve those in need. Mid-Atlantic will continue to post updates connecting those in the best position to help those in need with individuals like you that desire to help. We encourage you to read all the press releases since many items will not be repeated. You are encouraged to monitor our website, which will be the primary means of posting the press releases. Mid-Atlantic did organize one of the first groups of volunteers, Sept 2, 3, and 4, 2011. Many students, along with friends from First Christian Church Ministries (Kernersville and High Point, NC), Towne South Church of Christ (Elizabeth City, NC), and Hanover Church of Christ (Mechanicville, VA), were able to assist with clean up in about fourteen homes. They also did most of the clean up at the Lowland Church of Christ building. We are very thankful...

Helping those affected by Hurricane Irene

August 30, 2011

Family & Friends, Mid-Atlantic Christian University is open. We suffered little damage from Hurricane Irene. We appreciate your prayers and concern. However, many in eastern North Carolina are in need of your help at this time. While Mid-Atlantic’s primary role is biblical higher education, the university would like to serve as a link during this time to connect those who wish to help with those who are in the best positions to serve. Share with God’s people who are in need. Romans 12:13 We encourage you to monitor our website for updates, Pamlico Beach, Lowland, and surrounding areas have been hit very hard by Hurricane Irene, as has Hatteras Island. As we become aware of other nearby areas in need of help, we will post them.   We know of the following agencies that are serving these areas: DART – a ministry of IDES    Kent Gurganus, minister, phone 252-953-1606, coordinator of a local DART (Disaster Assistance Response Team), has crews working each day. IDES (International Disaster Emergency Services)    PO Box 60, Kempton, IN 46049-0060, phone 765- 947-5100, , ...