A Night in Indonesia

Indonesia . . . the world’s largest archipelago stretches across the base of Asia. Its 17,000 islands present a rich mosaic: a population over 260 million, over 700 spoken languages, and a myriad of religions and ways of life. Corban University students and local Indonesian performers will spirit you away to Read More

Cultural Intelligence in Action at Corban University

“I have become all things to all people,” writes Paul in First Corinthians, “so that by all possible means I might save some” (1 Cor 9:22). As Christian leaders embrace cross-cultural situations of growing complexity, Paul’s words remain as important to the twenty-first century church as to his first century audience. Read More

International Chapel

“Jesus answered, ‘I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.’” John 14:6 International Chapel: Scripture Reading Wednesday, October 19th International Chapel opened with the reading of this scripture in English, Malagasy, French, Walak, Lanny, Bahasa and Namma/Damara (see link Read More

Workshop Engages Students and Faculty in Cross-Cultural Communication

Thirty-eight Corban University students and faculty explored cross-cultural communication in a Cultural Intelligence (CQ) workshop held February 26 and 27.  Led by Dr. Janine Allen, participants considered concepts such as: Power distance Leadership styles in culturally diverse settings Individualism versus collectivism Direct versus indirect communication Uncertainty avoidance   Why study CQ? Leadership development: Offering Read More

International Christian Higher Education Conference

“There is not a square inch in the whole domain of our human existence over which Christ, who is Sovereign over all, does not cry, Mine!” Abraham Kuyper understood that all God’s truth is linked in seamless, integrated whole. As a Christian thought leader, Corban University seeks to bring biblical Read More

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