Alumni Mosaic

Mosaic Stories

May 18, 2015

Complexity of Innovation

by Wayne Brighton

How do you encourage a traditional denomination to embrace new forms of church life? That’s been my challenge since leaving Regent in 2002. At present, I’m an Anglican minister working in the Anglican Diocese of Canberra & Goulburn, a diocese that is very conventional in its approach, diminishing in its congregations and... Read more

May 15, 2015


by James Krohn

KRUX Centre for Christianity and CultureAfter pastoring a church on Bowen Island, BC for the past five years, alumnus James "JB" Krohn (MCS 1997) will be returning to South Africa to establish KRUX Centre for Christianity and Culture near the University of Cape Town. The centre will have links with existing university mi... Read more

July 30, 2014

What does Jesus have to do with Victorian Literature?

by Jessica Ann Hughes

When people ask what I work on, the answer is simple. One word, in fact: Jesus. If I want to be more specific, I add, “in the Victorian novel.” Responses generally fall into two categories. Most people are really interested; after all, they know who Jesus is and they are familiar with Victorian novels. The two togeth... Read more

July 25, 2014

The story of the reluctant researcher

by Ruth McConnell

I was born in the Amazon Region of Brazil, the daughter of Scottish Missionaries. At the age of 12 I wanted to be a marriage counselor. I found myself caught between two conflictual parents who had no access to pastoral or psychological support. Even if there had been that support, it was doubtful whether my parents ... Read more

July 25, 2014

Transformational Learning in Adult Education

by Joanna Feliciano-Soberano

When I was a young girl in a small town in the Philippines, I dreamed of becoming a Bible teacher at our local Christian high school. Looking back some 3 decades later, this simple desire was truly honored by God. He has also shown me that my dream was actually larger and exciting! Through the years after I left ... Read more