The Whole World in its PlansOther — By Dustin R. Steeve on March 18, 2009 at 12:39 pm
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“And in an age when technology and immigration are ‘flattening’ the world and bringing diverse cultures together more than ever, the [Cook school of Intercultural Studies at Biola University] is playing an increasingly important role in equipping Christians to interact with and understand people from different backgrounds.
‘Our world is so globalized now; you can’t avoid it,’ said Emenaker, who is on a yearlong furlough with her husband from their work with Mission Aviation Fellowship. ‘Even if you stay in the U.S., you’re constantly coming across other cultures.’
Though officially a quarter-century old, the School of Intercultural Studies’ history actually extends back more than nine decades and stretches to the other side of the world.”
Continue Reading “The Whole World In Its Plans” at Biola.edu.
I regularly hear people comment in amazement of web technology, how it allows us to connect with and share the gospel to people anywhere in the world. Yet, before the web, missionaries were doing that very same work, many of those missionaries graduates of Biola University. Biola is among the finest schools in the nation and its dedication to global missions makes me proud to be an alumni. If you or someone in your family is interested in missions, there is no finer school than Biola University. Congratulations Cook School of Intercultural Studies on 25 years of equipping men and women to reach the world with the good news of Jesus Christ. ‘