Beginning Greek and Hebrew Classes Offered this Summer

May 01, 2014

June 22-July 18, 2014 Mid-Atlantic Christian University 715 N Poindexter St, Elizabeth City, NC For the first time, Biblical Languages Center (BLC) will be running both Hebrew and Greek beginning courses in North America this summer, partnering with Mid-Atlantic Christian University as the host campus.  Join Dr. Fields and the professors from the Biblical Language Center this summer in this innovative, natural, and fun way to learn biblical languages.   Orientation will be Sunday night, June 22nd.  Classes will begin Monday morning, June 23rd and run Monday-Friday from 8:30am to 12:30pm until Friday, July 18th. Check out the Biblical Languages Center for complete pricing information   Registration Deadline is June 1.  Regsiter now!   *Courses: HEB101. Beginning Biblical Hebrew: “Jonah” (4 weeks, 90 hours) GRK101. Beginning Koine Greek: “Select Gospel Stories and Parables” (4 weeks, 90 hours) *The courses run concurrently over the 4 weeks so a student must choose either Greek or Hebrew.  It is not possible to take both courses at the same time.      

Mid-Atlantic Christian University Opens Regional Testing Center for Credentialing Exams

April 28, 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Mid-Atlantic Christian University Opens Regional Testing Center for Credentialing Exams Elizabeth City, NC - March 28, 2014 - Mid-Atlantic Christian University (MACU) is pleased to announce that it has entered into a relationship with PearsonVUE and is now a regional testing center.  Pearson VUE delivers millions of high-stakes tests a year across the globe for clients in the licensure, certification, academic admissions, regulatory, and government testing service markets. It boasts the world’s leading test center network, with over 5,100 test centers in 175 countries. As a regional public testing center people will no longer need to travel out of the Northeastern North Carolina region to find a test center.  MACU is the only public testing center in Northeast North Carolina. Teacher education candidates will be able to take the “North Carolina Foundations of Reading and General Curriculum” exams.  The Foundations of Reading test for North Carolina assesses proficiency and depth of understanding of the subjects of reading and writing development.  The test reflects scientifically based reading research and is aligned with the Common Core State Standards. The General Curriculum test for North Carolina assesses proficiency and depth of understanding of each of the...

Dr. Reese Releases New Text on Global Missions

April 17, 2014

Cross Cultural Ministry Professor Robert B. Reese has written a new book titled Who Needs a Missionary?: How the Gospel Works All by Itself. In Who Needs a Missionary? Dr. Reese reviews his own missionary experiences in Zimbabwe and finds that the best results came from an indigenous leader who had the least contact with missionaries. Reese conducted interviews with this leader to let him speak for himself about his journey with God in ministry; these interviews form the heart of the book. The book is published by Wipf and Stock Publishers.   Dr. Reese’s grandparents and parents served as American missionaries of the Church of Christ to Zambia. When Reese’s parents were married they moved from Zambia to serve in Zimbabwe. Professor Reese spent his childhood between Zimbabwe and Arkansas.  Dr. Reese holds a B.S. in Mathematics from Harding University, an M.S. in Mathematics from Northwestern University, M.A. in Missiology from Fuller Theological Seminary, and a Ph.D. in Misions from Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary.  From 1981 to 2002 Dr. Reese and his wife, Mari-Etta...

MACU Welcomes Dr. Divino

March 06, 2014

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...

MACU Spring Choir Tour

February 11, 2014

Spring Break Tour for MACU Choir   The MACU Choir starts its Spring Tour on March 2nd during MACU Spring Break week. The Choir will travel to churches and schools in North Carolina presenting a musical program with a message from the book of Ephesians. The music selections are familiar Christian contemporary songs and traditional hymns. Co-directors Sandra Perkins and Lisa Williams compiled the program specifically for this tour.  "We want to share the message from Ephesians in a musical presentation," stated Mrs. Perkins.   Singers include freshmen and upper classmen, and come from various states. Many have experience performing in choirs. Student singers are: Ariana Avila, Elizabeth Bartlett, Kelsea Fallon, Stephanie Green, Taylor Holloman, Tiffany Kriss, Catrina Webster, Emily Whitten and Becka Woodard.   Dr. Ken Greene, Vice President for Student Services, states "Mid-Atlantic Christian University has many students that are gifted in a variety of manners. This traveling choir demonstrates the musical abilities of our students and offers them the opportunity to share their faith through song in our community and supporting churches. The enthusiasm and willingness of our students to use their talents to benefit others is an inspiration to me and will be to you as well...