Alumni Mosaic

Mosaic Stories

May 13, 2014

Improving education in Rwanda

by Louise Reilly

I love my Regent graduation photos. In most of them, I’m holding my two month old son, Samuel, whose arrival initiated a rapid transition from the world of academia and essay-writing and seventies parties, into a whole other world of chaos and joy and perpetual sleepiness. I love these photos most of all though becau... Read more

May 13, 2014

Chief of Staff

by Sharon Forsyth

Editor's note: Since this article was written, Mike Baird has become the Premier of NSW with Bay Warbuton continuing in his role as Chief of Staff. Read more hereI joined Mike in 2011 with the primary goal of helping him do the best job he could as Treasurer for NSW. We agreed we would work to maintain our integrity, be ... Read more

May 12, 2014

Art, Theology, New Writings and Family

by Christen Yates

This past summer, I left a brave husband with four wild kids to set out on a road trip with two girlfriends, also artists, to Wheaton, Illinois for the bi-annual CIVA Conference on Justice and Art. I was deeply moved by the keynote speaker, Catholic Latina theologian Cecilia Gonzalez-Andrieu, whose new book Bridge to Won... Read more

May 9, 2014

Journeying from grief to service

by Sharon Smith

It is May 2014 and I'm STILL in Vancouver! When I arrived at Regent fourteen years ago, I was happily married, working as an Occupational Therapist and committed to work with people on the margins in the country of my birth, South Africa.Wow - things are so different now!After I graduated with a Masters in Christian Stud... Read more

April 19, 2014

Educating Pastors in Cuba

by Jeff David

I began my studies at Regent College the fall semester of 1983. I chose Regent because in the late 70s, while working with a team planting churches in Mexico City, my theological thinking underwent a radical change when I read J. I. Packer’s book Knowing God. It was a key moment in my spiritual pilgrimage that awakened i... Read more