December 17, 2015 was the day of Lumina College’s inauguration ceremony. Over the past five years, a journey has followed that is still unfolding. In the wake of the 2008 global financial crisis, a seed began to form. The four founders — Rev. Dr. Paul Li, Dr. Bill Tsang, Rev. Dr. Tsoi Yam Keung, and Dr. Leung Wing Tai — considered the possibility of starting a Christian university in Asia, a daunting task. But they were sure of their mission: to place the soul back into higher education by cultivating a Christian mind among students. The Bible implores Christians not to conform to this world but to renew our minds (Romans 12), lest we be darkened by mere intellect and become worldly in character and behavior. Christian educators, as descendants of Abraham, are called by God to cultivate leaders. The vision of Lumina College is to nurture a generation of leaders with Christian worldviews to create culture by being salt and light in the world.
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