March 2, 2017


Alumni Invited on May 4 
Come see the new gym! Please join us for the Grand Opening and Dedication Ceremony of the new Campus Life Center and Gym on May 4 at 8 a.m. The best part about this event will be the tour!  

Nick Hanson (’11) and his wife Stephanie are campus missionaries in San Antonio with the Chi Alpha Campus Ministries organization. Currently, they are making preparations and raising support to lead a team of college students overseas to Moldova this summer. Moldova, formerly under rule of Communist Russia, is the most corrupt and poor country in Europe: plagued with sex trafficking, slavery and crime. They will work with local missionaries to connect with college students and train young leaders in how to make disciples. If you would like more information on their ministry, please email Nick.

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