Missions

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Traveling Team Makes a Missions Stop at GCU

October 05, 2011 / by / 0 Comment

A Ford minivan filled with four people, fueled by Jesus’ Great Commission and stopping at every college campus on the map is no ordinary vehicle. It’s a four-wheeled missile for world change. “If there’s a revolution you want to start, take it to college students,” reasons Morgan Parker, who visited the GCU campus on Tuesday evening along with three other representatives of The Traveling Team.

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Orientation Central: Meet Jacob Page, Global Outreach Coordinator

July 11, 2011 / by / 0 Comment

Orientation Central introduces you to the faces and places around GCU you’ll want to know before school starts in the fall. Jake Page is our Global Outreach Coordinator. He’s the man to know if you want to see the world and serve others!

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GCU Professor to Lead Holy Land Trip

May 17, 2011 / by / 1 Comment

A tour of Israel involves more than just taking in the scenery, Dr. Michael Baird says. In fact, the scenery isn’t even the best part.

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Photo Display in Student Union Benefits Missions

April 21, 2011 / by / 0 Comment

Photos are available for purchase/donation until Friday, April 29. If interested in a particular shot, please see Terri Faust in the Office of Campus Life to reserve your photo and make a donation towards the GCU Missions Fund.

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Student and Staff Photographers Team Up to Benefit GCU Missions

March 28, 2011 / by / 0 Comment

GCU staff and students can donate their photography work to benefit 2011 Global Outreach Missions. All photos must be an 8×10 print mounted to a 9×12 black matte. The deadline to submit your print is Thursday, April 7.

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A New Approach to Missions with GCU Global Outreach

August 16, 2010 / by / 6 Comments

The GCU missions program is set to expand with a new vision for Global Outreach. Jacob Page, GCU Global Outreach Director, is leading the charge to create a passion and awareness in students that will stay with them long after graduation.

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