“A born-again Christian and a member of our host church (Ann Arbor Baptist), I am a transfer Senior studying Biomolecular Science in LSA. The big questions (meaning, morality, destiny, etc.) excite and motivate me. I enjoy finding answers in God’s inerrant Word.”
CJ ElwoodHost Church Liaison
“I serve as the Assistant to the Pastor at Ann Arbor Baptist Church and help coordinate CFC activities and any College and Career events hosted by the church. I also serve as a Chaplain in the MI Army National Guard. Look forward to meeting you. Go Blue!”
Jason MaynardFaculty Advisor
Jason Maynard began working at Michigan Medicine during his freshman year of college (1992). Following graduation he transitioned into a Registered Nurse position in the Medical Intensive Care Unit, where he now serves as the Educational Nurse Coordinator. Having come to know the Lord as his Savior at the beginning of his sophomore year, Jason is burdened for college students to receive Jesus as their Savior and to be discipled in the life-changing ministry of His Word. Jason and his wife Cindi have been blessed with two children, Colin (13) and Victoria (8).
Larry ThompsonPrayer & Care Coordinator
My wife, Rita, and I are both alumni of the University of Michigan. We have a heart to reach the campus for Christ. I coordinate the CFC Campus Parent program, in which we try to provide students with a home away from home.
I am member of Ann Arbor Baptist and am in my second year as a Master of Divinity student. I love how the Bible speaks to the complicated issues my generation faces. A relationship with God is the most amazing thing anyone could discover.
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