Hey there! I’m Katie Ann and I’m a junior at Appalachian State. I’m currently majoring in public relations in the communications department and minoring in Spanish. I was blessed this year to be chosen as the new CFC President and am so overjoyed to serve such a wholesome group. I have been in CFC since I was a freshman and found a home away from home very quickly through it. This year is going to be awesome and I’m so excited to see how God blesses our group!
Matthew WaddellVice President
Greetings! I’m Matthew Waddell, a junior political science major with a concentration in public administration and a minor in military science. I will be serving as the CFC vice president this year, and I couldn’t be more excited to see all the amazing and wonderful things the Lord has in store for us! God has blessed CFC in innumerable ways, and I know He will continue to do so this year. I look forward to worshiping and learning more about God and serving Him through CFC with y’all!
Hey, I’m James Hayes. As advisor, I’m here to help Collegians for Christ and each member in any way I can. My office is on 3rd in Founders Hall, and my door is always open. Come by and see me.
Tim & Jenny Kirby
Hey, We assist in leading the CFC ministry. We love living in Boone and ministering with students from App. We would love to meet you and have you be a part of Collegians for Christ!
It’s back to school and some of you are feeling the influx of new students in your town. Take time to read this. It was written beautifully by a friend:
Remember when you dropped your little one off at kindergarten? You were wide eyed, possibly trying to fight back tears and neither of you knew what was in store?
Well, these guys have 12-16ish years of school under their belts but in many ways they are still wide eyed, and their parents are still very hopeful that they will find a place to belong.
So, take a deep breath during the heavy traffic, and if one of those new or returning faces looks your way, perhaps you could offer them a smile or nod in return. They too are still figuring this life out, and a little kindness goes a long way!!!
Make 'em feel welcome, some of them are a long way from home. ... See MoreSee Less