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Inside Scoop: Missional Video Conference Online on January 23

University Chaplain, Provost and Dean of Online Education to share at the Online Video Conference of the Missional Upsurge Network. Everyone is invited to get this fresh update on Missional University.

Upcoming Event on January 23rd @ 8:00 PM EST (UTC -5)

Each month we host an informative online event where participants get updates on happenings at the university and meet some of the faculty and staff while hearing presentations on key topics. This is followed by a short devotional and prayer time for those who desire to pray with others for the university and its mission.

Monthly Date and Time

8:00 pm EST  (UTC -5 Nov-Mar / UTC -4 Apr-Oct)  =  Missional Upsurge Update

8:30 pm EST  (UTC -5 Nov-Mar / UTC -4 Apr-Oct)  =  Devotional & Call to Prayer for Missional Education

The online events are held the 4th Tuesday of each month (except Dec which is scheduled the 3rd week).

JANUARY AGENDA

  • University Chaplain:  A short devotional
  • Provost:  Greetings and Academic Update
  • Dean, Online Education:  Update on Faculty Course Development
  • President:  Greetings and Update on Advancement

Click Here to Register to Attend Online Event

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