Mission

The Office of Faith Integration exists to facilitate the dialogue between academics, the knowledge of their discipline and/or profession, and the Christian faith by resourcing our faculty in their efforts to bring faith to life in their research, their teaching, and their scholarship.

The faculty fellows who make up the office understand it is their role to promote a positive and well-resourced culture that will be marked by excellence in carrying out informed reflection on, and discovery of, Christian faith within the academic disciplines, professional programs, and lived practice, resulting in the articulation of Christian perspectives on truth and life in order to advance the work of God in the world.

Priorities of the Office of Faith Integration
1.) We resource the university’s faculty
2.) We consult the university’s academic programs
3.) We champion the university’s faith-based mission

News & Features

  • APU Names New Dean of the School of Theology

    Azusa Pacific University President announces the appointment of Glendora resident Robert R. Duke, Ph.D., as dean of the School of Theology, following a nationwide search. Duke served effectively as the interim dean since May 2015.

  • Christians in the General Election: Peace and Politics

    As Christians who are both citizens of the world and inheritors of heaven through Christ, we must recognize peace as more than a feeling and as promise of God and the reality of the world to come.

  • APU Theater Department Presents Shakespeare’s As You Like It

    The APU Theater Department opens its 22nd season with their production of William Shakespeare’s famous romantic comedy As You Like It. The show will run from October 6-15 in the Warehouse Theater located on APU’s West Campus.