It is truly amazing when faith leaders can team up with universities or institutes to further exemplify the message of faith. Many of these leaders are able to provide innovative ideas and depth to an educational establishment that will change the lives of thousands.

These well known faith based schools have teamed up with some amazing faith leaders who will continue to bring greatness to their college.

Johnnie Moore and Liberty University

Johnnie Moore is an author, commentator, advisor, professor, faith leader, university public relations executive, humanitarian and the Vice President of Liberty University. There is no ground that Moore has not conquered. Moore spreads his faith amongst others by teaching world religions in places like Israel and India. Moore's perseverance and philanthropic efforts have caught the attention of other faith leaders around the world; furthermore Liberty University has gained more respect because of Moore's vision and ability to reach out to the world.


T.D. Jakes and Regent University

T. D. Jakes partnered with Regent University to deliver quality educational programming. “This collaboration offers our faith-centric audiences a gateway to professional learning tools that advance the work of the ministry while also supporting those laymen looking to enhance their corporate leadership and entrepreneurial credentials," said Jakes. Bishop Jakes plans to visit the Regent campus every semester and give guidance to leadership programs and other activities that the university hosts.

Gerald Beyer and St. Joseph’s University

Gerald Beyer is an associate professor of Christian social ethics with Sain Joseph's University located in Philadelphia, PA. Beyer is a member of Member of the Catholic Theological Society of America, Catholic Scholars for Worker Justice, the Society of Christian Ethics, the


Theology Society. Working towards the greater good, Beyer has written pieces and made efforts to help students that do not have affluent backgrounds get into Catholic

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