Grand Canyon Theological Seminary, which opened in 2016, reached another milestone recently when it received full accreditation for five degree programs from the Association of Theological Schools (ATS). It's a big step, but even more significant was the impression the University left on the visiting ATS site team.
Students volunteering with GCU's Homeless Ministry ventured out recently to St. Vincent de Paul to serve the homeless, giving haircuts and donated clothes and washing individuals' feet. "These people are our friends, and we are so grateful to have the chance to love and serve them in the name of Jesus," said communications student Anders Carlson, who helps lead GCU's Homeless Ministry team.
Members of the College of Education are praying for Joe Popma, an adjunct faculty member since 1994 who is battling cancer. Popma, who has been teaching for 66 years, worked as faculty in GCU’s first distance learning program, which delivered content via VHS tape, and helped develop GCU’s first online program, M.Ed. in Education Administration. He also was a faculty supervisor for teacher candidates as well as principal interns.