July 16, 2014
http://www.dailyadvance.com/features/13-students-learning-hebrew-mid-atlantic-2536055 13 Students learning Hebrew at Mid-Atlantic By Corinne Saunders The Daily Advance Monday, July 14, 2014 Two teachers chattered enthusiastically to each other in ancient Hebrew about a tree growing, which they demonstrated by setting increasingly large twigs in buckets in the center of their classroom. Students aptly responded to the teachers’ questions in the language some had only begun to learn two weeks ago. These 13 students representing five countries are learning ancient Hebrew through a communicative method in a beginning, four-week course the Biblical Language Center of Jerusalem, Israel, is running at Mid-Atlantic Christian University. Jordan Jones of Spartanburg, S.C., said last Monday that she had never even looked at the Hebrew alphabet before starting the class, but after just two weeks, she can already read and speak ancient Hebrew. “They make it interesting; the teachers are very active (and) very expressive,” Jones said. In using “total physical response,” students are not only hearing the language but making real-life connections, and “you retain a lot more.” BLC Founder Randall Bluth said these are the first beginner communicative classes on the ancient Biblical languages offered in the United States. Since...
July 15, 2014
Elizabeth City, NC – Following a single tragic event on the campus of Mid-Atlantic Christian University in October 2010, the Department of Education’s (DOE) Clery Act Compliance Team conducted a routine compliance review of safety and reporting procedures. On January 30, 2014 the DOE released its Final Program Review Determination. The report findings determined that the university has satisfactorily addressed several reporting/policy violations and their underlying causes. This closes the action initiated by the DOE. As is typically done after such tragic events, the DOE conducted a review to “evaluate Mid-Atlantic’s compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statics Act (Clery Act) and the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989. Reviewers focused especially on “the University’s adherence to its ‘Timely Warning’ policy in response to the shooting incident.” The review determined “that the University acted in a compliant manner in this instance.” The DOE expanded its review to include an examination of the University’s reports, records, policies, and procedures relating to campus safety and security, as well as drug and alcohol abuse prevention. Some violations in these areas were cited but were generally technical or administrative in nature. There is...
July 15, 2014
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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,...
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