Complete the Survey for MACU's Fourth President: Aug. 15

July 03, 2017

  Gregory D. Hand, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Mid-Atlantic Christian University, along with William C. McCracken, Chairman of the Presidential Search Task Force, invites you to share your opinions and preferences for the next President of MACU. We are grateful for your prayerful attention to this process and hope that you will participate. The survey will take about 10-15 minutes to complete. Click HERE to take the survey. The last day to participate in this survey is August 15.  We also hope that you will share this survey by various means (email, social media, and so forth) with those who have a heart for MACU and for higher education offered from a Christian world-view. We want to collect many responses from interested parties in various walks of life.  Thank you for assisting us with both your prayers and your actions as we seek to find the right person at the right time for this Kingdom work.  __________ As previously announced, constituents are invited to assist in the search in another way: A person may submit his or her own name for consideration or the name of someone else...

Convocation Speaker

July 01, 2017

Lieutenant Governor Dan Forest to Speak at MACU Convocation on August 22   Elizabeth City, NC – June 25, 2017.  Mid-Atlantic Christian University is pleased to announce that North Carolina’s Lieutenant Governor, Dan Forest, will speak at this year’s Convocation Chapel on August 22 at 9:30 a.m. in the Davenport Chapel.  Lieutenant Governor Forest was born in Harrisonburg, Virginia.  He is the 34th and current Lieutenant Governor of North Carolina, a position he has held since January 7, 2013.  Forest is only the second Republican to be elected as Lieutenant Governor since 1897.  He serves as President of the state Senate and is a voting member of the State Board of Education, the State Board of Community Colleges, the state Economic Development Board and is the chair of the eLearning Commission. Forest holds a B.A, in architecture from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and a M.A. from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, College of Architecture.  He is a former senior partner of Little Diversified Architectural Consulting. LTGOV Forest advocates that faith is one of the fundamental foundations of America.  He and his wife, Alice, have four children and reside in Raleigh, NC. ...

Dr. Larsen returns from archaeological expedition to Shiloh

June 23, 2017

Dr. Kevin Larsen, vice president for academic affairs, has recently returned from a three week trip to Israel (May 26 - June 17, 2017). The purpose of the trip was to join the organization "The Associates for Biblical Research" in their first season of doing archaeological work at ancient Shiloh in Israel. This trip marks Dr. Larsen's third trip to Israel to engage in archaeological research. Prior dig experiences include working at Khirbet el-Maqatir and Ashkelon.   Work that Dr. Larsen participated in during the dig season focused on excavating the Middle Bronze Age (c. 1700 BC) wall on the northwest side of the site. Previous excavations in the 1930s and 1980s revealed the defensive Canannite wall on the north and west side of the tell. One of the objectives was to connect the two extremes. A long standing objective of the excavation, which will cover several years, is to identify more incontrovertible evidence for Israelite occupation of the site during the time of the OT prophets. The Bible indicates Israelite occupation. Modern scholars deny the accuracy of the biblical account.  Pictured left with Dr....

Presidential Search Task Force Meets

June 15, 2017

Presidential Search Task Force Meets Elizabeth City, NC – June 15, 2017.  Gregory D. Hand, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Mid-Atlantic Christian University (MACU) met with the recently appointed Presidential Search Task Force on campus at MACU June 13th. The meeting was to set the agenda for the task force as they help the university find the fourth President of the university. The Chairman of the Presidential Search Task Force is William C. McCracken, a Trustee of the university. Other members are David B. Presley, Garrett D. Lewis, A. G. Gomez, Andrew A. Bromm, and Connie L. Jenks. Chairman McCracken reported that he is pleased with the first meeting of the group. He was impressed by the commitment of the volunteer members and their determination to work together to find a successor to Dr. Clay Perkins, third President of MACU. McCracken, chairman of the task force, is a 1971 graduate of MACU and has served on the Board of Trustees since 1997. He recently retired from being a Detective Sergeant on the Richmond (VA) Police Department. Presley is a 1984 graduate and became a Trustee of the University in 2016. He is a Quality Analyst at...

Farewell Dinner for President D. Clay Perkins

May 24, 2017