Centers & Initiatives

The School of Divinity's centers extend our outreach and influence in the world. Regular events and workshops give students knowledge and practical ministry experience to achieve their calling.

Center for Global Missions

The Center for Global Missions (CGM) exists to equip the local church to share the gospel around the globe. CGM provides resources for cross-cultural training and facilitates the study of global missions and world Christianity by offering leadership training, mission trips and strategic partnerships to facilitate church growth and international church-planting efforts. Learn more >

Center for Renewal Studies

The Center for Renewal Studies is a bridge between the academic world, the church and the public. It promotes the mutual exchange of ideas from a biblical, theological and global perspective—with interdisciplinary focus on the growing significance of the worldwide renewal movements. The center offers a resource center, public blog, public lecture series, seminars and visiting scholars from various disciplines. Learn more >

Partners in Ministry Training

The Partners in Ministry Training (PMT) program is a collaboration with area churches to give students practical ministry experience and meaningful connections with a local church body while making their degree more affordable. Learn more >

Youth & Urban Renewal Center

An extension of "Christian Leadership to Change the World," the Youth & Urban Renewal Center's mission is to act as a catalyst for renewal in urban environments through partnership with the local church by providing leadership and youth ministry training, intervention and strategic planning services.
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Anthony Bass, M.Div. & MBA '08

Anthony Bass, M.Div. & MBA '08

Church Relations Manager, Minnesota Adult & Teen Challenge

"Regent has an academically rigorous program. The reputations of the professors here could have made it intimidating. Instead, they were an inspiration. They hold you to a standard of excellence because it's a serious calling, but they lead as servants." Read more >