Alumni Mosaic

Mosaic Stories

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November 30, 2015

New children's novel "Kah-Lan the Adventurous Sea Otter" by alumna Karen Autio

by Joana Pinto

Regent alumna Karen Autio (DipCS'86) is delighted to announce the publication by Sono Nis Press of her book, Kah-Lan the Adventurous Sea Otter, illustrated by Sheena Lott. The first version of this chapter book was written 30 years ago in the Books, Children, and God course at Regent and was launched in September at the ... Read more


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November 26, 2015

New children’s novel, “Home At Last,” by alumna Brenda Noble

by Joana Pinto

Regent alumna Brenda Noble (DipCS'85) published this new children's novel Home at Last that shows church planting from the perspective of a 10-year-old Central Thai boy, with fabulous illustrations by Khun Donut of Kanok Bannasarn. It presents: the life of missionary families in a rural setting, including home schooli... Read more


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November 26, 2015

Pastors' Oasis - Renewal for Pastors

by Joana Pinto

Alumni Reverend Denise Easter (MDiv'04) and Reverend Dianna Kunce (MDiv'03) and Regent's former president Rod Wilson and his wife Bev Wilson will be the facilitators of this unique one-year experience designed exclusively to nourish pastors at the deepest levels of their souls. “When pastors embrace the significant l... Read more


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November 26, 2015

New book "Working for God" by alumnus Colin Noble

by Joana Pinto

Alumnus Colin Noble (DipCS'91) just published a book called Working for God - What if God were your Boss? It's a book for people who long for a life that is purposeful without being pressured, satisfying without being self-centred, and God-focussed without being goalless. People that have been inspired by calls to follow... Read more


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May 20, 2015

How Beautiful the Feet

by Sharon Forsyth

New Alumni 2015 | Isaiah 52:7 A few years ago Maxine Hancock, our Emerita Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies and Spiritual Theology, wrote an article* reflecting on the two art installations at the top of the stairs on the 2nd floor at Regent: David Robinson’s SPEAK and Maria Gabankova’s copy of the CRUCIFIXION ... Read more