“In-ter-cul-tu-ral: (adj.) pertaining to or taking place between two or more cultures.”
A variety of people responded to the invitation of Jesus to follow him. Young children and old men, poor beggars and wealthy business women, devout Jews and heathen Greeks, Romans and Arabs, Egyptians and Asians. And as many as received Him, to them He gave power to become the children of God. And they were all together, breaking bread, praising God and enjoying the favor of the people.
Though we have not arrived, this is the life we are pursuing at George Fox University, one of harmony in diversity, one of justice and reconciliation, one of knowing and being known. In the Office of Intercultural Life we are committed to creating a campus community that produces thoughtful, courageous leaders who are equipped intellectually, spiritually and culturally to change the world.