This Month at USCWM
Research institutes in the USCWM Strategy Division continue to ferret out information on hidden or unreached peoples. For example, the Institute of Tribal Studies recently completed people profiles on the El Mob and Cabra, two groups in Kenya.
Preparations continue for the stunningly new Bachelor of Arts program at William Carey International University (WCIU). The BA. program, to be inaugurated as a fully developed undergraduate course of studies in the fail of 1983, features a mandatory workstudy pattern of education, six months per year of overseas work and study under mission agency apprenticeship, use of other southern California colleges and universities for completion of liberal arts requirements, as well as distinctive WCIU courses.
William Carey Library has published three new books in March and April: Fredrik Franson A Model for Worldwide Evangelism by Edvard P. Torjesen; Chinese Theology in Construction, by Wing Hung Lam; Cross and the Floating Dragon the Gospel in Ryukyu by Edward F. Bollinger.
Over fifty faculty members and students from the School of World Mission of Fuller Theological Seminary visited the campus in a reception April 15. Representatives from the member organizations and cooperating agencies of the U. S. Center explained their respective ministries, and the students, many of whom are non Western church leaders, were introduced to the Frontier Fellowship movement.