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Center for Global Missions Team Experiences China

Encountering other cultures is important to developing as a global leader. For 11 Regent University students, this summer placed them on the other side of the world to experience the culture of China and also find opportunities to share about their Christian faith in a variety of settings. Read more.

Center for Global Missions Team Returns from Ghana

A team of 14 Regent University students recently returned from a two-week mission trip to Ghana, Africa. Sponsored by Regent's Center for Global Missions, the students – ranging in age from 20 to 60 – immersed themselves in a culture a world away from their own. Read more.

Missions Panel Addresses Global Concerns

A group of distinguished professors, missionaries and church leaders spoke about key topics on missions during a panel discussion sponsored by Regent's Center for Global Missions. Read more.

Inter-faith Discussion Aims to Build Bridges

Six panelists representing different faiths and worldviews came together to discuss "Religion and Peace: Religious Answers to Global Crises." Read more.

Symposium Explores World Religions

A panel of Renewal Christianity scholars explored the Christian encounter with faiths such as Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism during "World Religions & the Great Commission," a symposium sponsored by the School of Divinity. Read more.

African Christology: Jesus in Post-Missionary African Christianity

Written by Dr. Clifton Clarke, director of the Center for Global Missions and associate professor in the School of Divinity, this book examines African Christianity. Read more.


Media

Center for Global Missions – Ghana 2012 Mission Trip







For 11 Regent University students, this summer placed them on the other side of the world to experience the culture of China and also find opportunities to share about their Christian faith in a variety of settings.




Recent protests in Egypt quickly spead to other Arab nations. Dr. Clifton Clarke discusses how Islamic fundamentalists could use the protests to their advantage.





A former Episcopal priest says she is now both a Christian and a Muslim.







Dr. Clifton Clarke discusses the Libyan no-fly zone and why some see it as a Christian "crusade" against the Islamic faith. Watch the interview.

Dr. Clifton Clarke discusses the disputed presidential election in the Ivory Coast. Watch the interview.

Watch presentations from "World Religions & the Great Commission," a symposium sponsored by the School of Divinity. Watch the videos.


Published Works

The Reason Why We Sing: Introducing Black Pentecostal Spirituality by Dr. Clifton Clarke. Available through many online bookstores.

Global Renewal, Religious Pluralism and the Great Commission
Edited by Amos Yong and Dr. Clifton Clarke. Available through many online bookstores.


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