- Teaching and learning experiences about global cultures and religions offered through classes for credit, seminars, workshops and conferences whose participants include Divinity School students, churches, church leaders, missionaries, leaders of missionary agencies and others.
- Research opportunities for students and faculty and visiting scholars to result in publications of books, manuscripts to be used in appropriate journals, and literature useful for the churches and mission agencies.
- Facilitating cooperation between the Divinity School and other schools of Campbell University with regard to cultural exchanges, study abroad opportunities, campus lectures and events, ministries to internationals, and cultural and religious issues that impact the educational programs of the University.
- The particular preparation of students who desire to follow a vocational calling to understand the cultures and religions of the world from a Christian perspective.
The World Religions and Global Cultures Center of Campbell University Divinity School enables one to teach and train within churches and other groups on a particular religion and cultural group. Ministers and laypersons can become a Certified Teacher-Trainer in a World Religion. Teach and train your church to understand and share your faith with your religious neighbors. Information and orientation sessions are held throughout the year.
For information about the World Religions and Global Cultures Center, please contact Dr. Caleb Oladipo at 1-800-334-4111 x 1805 or firstname.lastname@example.org.