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  • 1939 CIU Alumna Publishes New Book | Columbia International University
    Workbook Vol 1 Old Testament The Bible Workbooks are a systematic individual study of the Bible that challenges readers to think through their understanding of their Bible reading Walker earned a Master of Arts degree from CIU and a D R E from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary She served as an instructor at the Indonesian Baptist Theological Seminary in Semarang for 26 years Upon retirement she served as special assistant

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu.edu/newsstory/1939-ciu-alumna-publishes-new-book (2016-01-26)
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  • CIU Alumni Ministries Recognizes Distinguished Faculty and Staff Members | Columbia International University
    CIU Alumni Ministries Recognizes Distinguished Faculty and Staff Members Click image to view a larger version Dr David Osterlund receiving the Distinguished Faculty Award Click image to view a larger version Distinguished Staff Member Bob Wenzel left with Alumni Ministries Director Dr Roy King April 28 2011 Two longtime members of the Columbia International University family were recognized for their commitment to the ministry of CIU Professor Dr David Osterlund and Marketing Production Manager Bob Wenzel were honored as Distinguished Faculty and Staff during an annual employee recognition chapel at CIU The annual award is provided by the Alumni Ministries Office at CIU The honor goes to individuals whose life and ministry reflect a faithful example of the five core values of CIU Authority of Scripture Victorious Christian Living World Evangelization Prayer Faith and Evangelical Unity The honor also recognizes outstanding achievement commitment and depth of service Osterlund affectionately known on campus as Doc O began serving as a music professor at CIU in 1989 But after retiring in 2004 he became the volunteer director of the CIU Prison Initiative which educates qualified inmates through a CIU Associate of Arts program to become chaplain s assistants in the South Carolina

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu.edu/newsstory/ciu-alumni-ministries-recognizes-distinguished-faculty-and-staff-members (2016-01-26)
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  • CIU Players Present Popular Comedy | Columbia International University
    Present Popular Comedy Click image to view a larger version April 27 2011 The CIU Players will perform the Tim Kelly comedy The Butler Did It this weekend in Hoke Auditorium on the Columbia International University campus It s directed by CIU Student Stephanie Brashear The presentation is free and open to the public Performances are as follows Friday April 29 7 p m Saturday April 30 2 p m

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu.edu/newsstory/ciu-players-present-popular-comedy (2016-01-26)
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  • South Korean TV Airs Documentary on CIU and Ben Lippen School | Columbia International University
    assistant Min Chun Sung left and CIU Education Professor Dr James Watson April 25 2011 Christian schooling is growing in South Korea That phenomenon brought a TV production crew from South Korea to the campus of Columbia International University and Ben Lippen School in February to produce a program on what makes Christian education work and the philosophy behind it Also of interest was the unique relationship between CIU and

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu.edu/newsstory/south-korean-tv-airs-documentary-ciu-and-ben-lippen-school (2016-01-26)
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  • Director of the Zwemer Center at CIU Honored by Alma Mater | Columbia International University
    Pakistan in 1968 After studying Urdu for two years he began missionary work among Muslims in Dera Ghazi Khan South Central Punjab He worked with a local church and operated a reading room in the bazaar After completing his bachelor of theology degree at Vancouver Bible College during a furlough in 1974 Larson returned to Dera Ghazi Khan In 1975 he and his wife Carol launched Newspaper Evangelism putting ads in national newspapers and sending literature to those who responded In 1976 he started the Good News Center a Bible correspondence school that is still functioning under Pakistani leadership He supervised the work of 15 expatriates in the Pakistan Department of International Missions from 1978 to 1988 During this time Larson also piloted Theological Education by Extension in South Central Pakistan During a furlough in 1988 he earned a Master of Missiology degree at the Canadian Theological Seminary in Regina Saskatchewan Two years after returning to Dera Ghazi Khan he was charged with spying on the nuclear facilities of Pakistan keeping illegal maps in his vehicle and preaching Christianity in the marketplace A full and fair investigation was never made though he fought long and hard in order to clear

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu.edu/newsstory/director-zwemer-center-ciu-honored-alma-mater (2016-01-26)
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  • “Sue Thomas: F.B.EYE” Visits CIU | Columbia International University
    an F B I lip reader in her pre CIU days The program is featured on The Gospel Music Channel GMC and is seen around the world Thomas who was a CIU student in 1984 addressed a CIU chapel service not as a pastor or teacher but as a witness proclaiming the love and faithfulness of Jesus Thomas who lost her hearing at 18 months old shared about her 61 year journey of learning to cope with her deafness As a child she was teased relentlessly by classmates Day in and day out I was ridiculed every time I opened my mouth Thomas explained My parents instilled in me that I was created in the image of God and that God never made a mistake But I questioned that Thomas said Thomas journey to be able to speak was not a short one Seven years of speech therapy and years of voice lessons were necessary for her to learn to speak with appropriate pronunciation and inflection After spending three and a half years working for the F B I as a lip reader Thomas wondered if there was more to life She prayed for direction and found herself at CIU Most people come to Columbia with a heart to serve God but I came looking for an answer Thomas said I wanted to know if God had made a mistake when He created me Wanting someone to understand her pain Thomas told a friend at CIU that she had a terminal illness Over seven months the lie spread and Thomas found herself in a chapel service with the student body praying for her physical healing But God knew she needed to be healed on a deeper level Having confessed the lie to her friends Thomas was required to face the

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu.edu/newsstory/%E2%80%9Csue-thomas-fbeye%E2%80%9D-visits-ciu (2016-01-26)
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  • Former and Prospective Students Attend Undergraduate Preview Day | Columbia International University
    convincing students and parents to consider Youth Ministry as a major April 12 2011 By Lenae Simpson CIU Student Writer Columbia International University s April Undergraduate Preview Day was Doug Wear s first time back at CIU in 20 years Wear graduated from CIU in 1987 and now lives in Flowery Branch Ga His daughter Lauren is a high school junior and is considering CIU for her undergraduate degree He says a lot has changed But the most important things have not You are still getting that solid balance of biblical teaching and professional education Wear said If anything the core values are articulated better now and they keep the school s vision and goal on target with Scripture Over 40 prospective students attended CIU s Undergraduate Preview Day Students parents and friends had the opportunity to tour campus eat lunch with professors and hear student testimonies Andrew Harrell of Columbia who heard about CIU from a current student said he is interested in attending the school because of its biblical education CIU s great I like the fact that it s Christian based Harrell said They teach you the Bible so that your passion for God can stay rooted

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu.edu/newsstory/former-and-prospective-students-attend-undergraduate-preview-day (2016-01-26)
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  • CIU Professor Responds to Rob Bell’s Controversial Book | Columbia International University
    A Columbia International University chapel featured a critique of Love Wins given by CIU theology professor Dr Larry Dixon and included some self examination for the student body Of CIU s five core values two were mentioned in this chapel Evangelical Unity extending fellowship to as many as possible while excluding as few as possible was evaluated in light of the core value of the Authority of Scripture Dixon who is the author of the book The Other Side of the Good News addressed the student body on the difference between having a critical mind and a critical spirit Admonishing students faculty and staff alike Dixon noted the importance of a careful study of Scripture when reading Love Wins Dixon pointed out several things about Bell s book for which he was grateful Bell s courage in taking on such a critical issue the passion he displays in his writing and the picture he paints of the abundant life believers in Christ can experience Quoting extensively from Love Wins Dixon also highlighted what he says appears to be a case for universalism in Bell s book The primary focus of the chapel message was not aimed at Bell or Love Wins rather it was an honest look at the implications of universalism and showing that universalism is not justified biblically Dixon said that Bell advocates remedial rather than a retributive view of hell where judgment has a point and consequences are for correction That basically means that God is not punishing the sinner forever Dixon said Hell is a kind of school in which everybody graduates Chapel ended in a time of prayer for Bell for the CIU family to seek wisdom in response to Bell and his book and for a holy boldness in sharing the gospel with the

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu.edu/newsstory/ciu-professor-responds-rob-bell%E2%80%99s-controversial-book (2016-01-26)
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