Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
Semlink Teaching Fellow for Applied Ministry
Marina was born and grew up in Kiev, Ukraine. She graduated from Kiev Slavic University with a Master’s degree in Ukrainian Language and Literature and a Specialist Degree in English Language and Literature. She then felt God’s calling to pursue a theological education and therefore received a B.Th. in Theology and Christian ministry from the Ukrainian Evangelical Theological Seminary (UETS).
For the last six years, she served at UETS as an administrative manager of the Transformative Leadership graduate program, more recently as the personal assistant to the president of the seminary. In 2008, she became involved with the Lausanne movement in the preparation for The Third Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization, which was held in Cape Town on October 2010. Marina worked as a participant selection team member and as an assistant to the Lausanne International Director Deputy (IDD) for the Eurasia region.
Currently she still serves as a Eurasian Communication Manager while pursuing a Master of Theology degree at Gordon-Conwell.
Semlink Teaching Fellow for:
Introduction to Islam
Introduction to Apologetics
History of Missions
World Mission of the Church
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