We’re consistently amazed at all that our students accomplish. They truly live our the vision of InterVarsity, being transformed by the Lord, working to renew the campus, and being vessels of the Holy Spirit who bring life-giving change to their communities all over the world.
Here’s a glimpse of the students who lead CNU InterVarsity this past year – we’re so proud of them!
Small Group leaders and members at our annual Small Group Olympics! Building community week by week!
Large Group coordinator Will Morgan-Palmer and Downtown Ministry Leader Kasey Bier making announcements at our weekly large group meeting.
Small Group leader Lydia Cromwell (far right) getting ready to run. We love that our leaders are involved in all kids of different activities, taking the Gospel to all parts of campus.
So many students study abroad or travel for special programs! Small Group leader Shelby Jones got to work at Disney World this past semester.
Senior Ryan King was asked to speak at CNU’s Baccalaureate service!
Senior Meghan McConnell’s cap says it all. IVCF is a key part of a student’s education! We’re so honored to equip gifted leaders to live out the great commission wherever they go. Meghan’s next step: graduate school for optometry!
Alumni returning home – Christy Buzan Scott (’08) came back to speak at large group this spring. She did a fabulous job sharing honestly about the hard and hilarious parts of adjusting to life “in the real world”. We’re sure that some of the students in the class of 2015 will be back to speak at large group in future years as well!
We’re also proud of our school, in general. The newest building, Christopher Newport Hall, emerged from “the green fence” just in time for commencement. Its a stunning finish to the quad of buildings on the great lawn.
Eric and I went and sat on the stairs of this great building last week and marveled at all that God has done at CNU in the last 10 years. Praise be to Him “who works all things for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose” (Romans 8:28)!