President Michael Lindsay addressed international leaders as the keynote speaker for the United Nations’ 33rd Annual International Prayer Breakfast on September 18.
Over a decade of conversations, including during a sojourn in Italy, John Skillen and Bruce Herman thoughtfully gave shape to an innovative study abroad program, which piloted in 1998 in the small, historic Italian hill-city of Orvieto.
Bringing together more than 350 contributors—all of them native Africans, including Gordon’s very own Dr. Dan Darko (biblical studies and Christian ministries)—the Africa Study Bible is designed to offer a translation and commentary of God’s Word that specifically relates to African cultures and values.
“My latest visit to Beijing fell just a week before the start of the China’s Communist Party’s quinquennial congress. Preparations were in full swing as shop-owners hung flags and plastered banners, and an army of maintenance people worked around the clock to prepare the city for the arrival of President Xi Jinping.”
Dr. Steven Hunt, professor of New Testament, taught his new class “Romans in Rome” for the first time this summer as a part of the Gordon IN Orvieto program.