His most recent service in Uruguay included a two-year stint as interim director and academic dean at the Uruguayan Baptist Theological Seminary, where he oversaw the institutions academic, financial, administrative and student services. He also created four extension centers, improved the schools facilities, formed partnerships with other educational institutions, and taught missions courses. For the past year, however, Dr. Clary and his wife, Tasha, have been on sabbatical from their missions work, finding respite at Bluefield College through the schools Missionary in Residence (MIR) program, which offers missionaries a place to rest and study during a much-needed break from their duties. While serving as a missionary in residence at BC, Dr. Clary increased student awareness and appreciation for international missions by leading discussions and teaching courses in Christian studies. He also led the campus missions club and spoke regularly at local churches. I just, in general, like the college environment, said Dr. Clary. I like being at school and around students. We bring our experience and awareness of cross-cultural living and international missions to the college campus. selection processBesides sharing with students the work and the value of missionaries, Dr.
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