ANDREAS CENTER

Current Projects

The mission of the Andreas Center is to advance the development and influence of Reformational thought and its service to God's kingdom by broadening the generational and geographical impact of Dordt College. The Andreas Center carries out its mission by supporting and expanding opportunities, both on and off campus, for students, faculty, and staff to engage culture globally through scholarship and service.

Publications

in all things is an online hub committed to the claim that the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ has implications for the entire world.

in all things hosts discussions that seek to explore the concrete implications of Christ's presence in all facets of life. It is a place for conversation and exploration, to share ideas and learn from each other how to live in healthy relationships with God and creation.

Abraham Kuyper Translations

Between now and 2018, Lexham Press will publish eight newly translated speeches and essays written by Kuyper. The translation project was initiated in late 2011 with the formation of The Kuyper Translation Society. The effort is supported by the Acton Institute, Kuyper College, Calvin Theological Seminary, and the Andreas Center.

Beyond Responsible Technology

This project will gather contributors working out the Reformational tradition to articulate a contemporary Christian perspective of engineering and technology in a way that is hospitable to a wider evangelical audience to draft a new book in the tradition “Responsible Technology,” a book that draws from themes of “Responsible Technology” but serves a new generation in a format and style that reaches contemporary audiences within and beyond the Reformational academic community.

Serving the Global Community

Northrise University

Located in Ndola, Zambia, this Christian university seeks to prepare students for leadership in the church and business community. During summer 2015, Professors Ron Vos (agriculture) and John Visser (business) taught courses at Northrise with financial assistance from the Andreas Center. 

AMOR for Faculty and Staff

A Mission OutReach takes as many as 45 students, faculty, and staff to a developing country where they have carried out work projects, led Bible studies, and been introduced to the culture and the missions challenges of their host country. The Andreas Center provides funding for faculty and staff to participate in the leadership and facilitation of the AMOR trips.

Workshops and Seminars

First Mondays Speakers Series

Global Agriculture Summit: March 3-4, 2016

Christian Community Development—Iowa Regional Conference: October 27-29, 2016