October 2019

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Thursday Evening Bible Class With Dr. Max Botner

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Hebrews is in many ways the enigma of the New Testament: an exotic letter about priests, temples and sacrifice from an otherwise unknown author. This lecture series will explore Hebrews' vision for the redemption of humanity and what this means for the church today.

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Thursday Evening Bible Class With Dr. Max Botner

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Hebrews is in many ways the enigma of the New Testament: an exotic letter about priests, temples and sacrifice from an otherwise unknown author. This lecture series will explore Hebrews' vision for the redemption of humanity and what this means for the church today.

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Employer Internship Training

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Learn how an internship program can support the business goals of your organization while giving students the practical, hands-on experience they need to succeed in today's marketplace. Hear from internship expert Cindy Brown of Hello West Michigan about how to help your program succeed.

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Thursday Evening Bible Class With Dr. Max Botner

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Hebrews is in many ways the enigma of the New Testament: an exotic letter about priests, temples and sacrifice from an otherwise unknown author. This lecture series will explore Hebrews' vision for the redemption of humanity and what this means for the church today.

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Musical Theatre Concert: Galloway Landrum Productions

In partnership with the Cornerstone University Alumni Association, CU Theatre pleased to bring you selections from original works by former faculty members Orpha Galloway and David Landrum!

This one hour concert is part of CU's Homecoming and Family Weekend and features CU alumni performing excerpts from "Ruth," "When Calls the Heart," "Cricket On The Hearth," "The Desires of Your Heart" and "The Gentleman from Indiana." Proceeds from this event benefit future CU Theatre productions.

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The Faith Tour: Jordan Feliz, I AM THEY and Hannah Kerr

Cornerstone University is excited to present Jordan Feliz and "The Faith Tour," featuring artists I AM THEY and Hannah Kerr! Bring your friends and family for a night of worship in Christ Chapel on Oct. 19 at 7 p.m.

You won't want to miss this concert filled with hit songs like "The River" and "Changed" by Jordan Feliz and I AM THEY's "From the Day" and "My Feet Are on the Rock." Let's worship together to "the vibrant pop melodies that are not only infectious but deep-rooted in the vulnerable walks of faith" (jordanfeliz.com).

Tickets*

VIP | $65

  • Meet and Greet and Q&A with Jordan Feliz prior to the show
  • Signed poster by Jordan Feliz
  • First access to merchandise
  • Best seats in the house! First few rows.
  • Early entry

Artist Circle | $45

  • Signed poster by Jordan Feliz
  • Exclusive seats.

Reserved | $32

Group (10+) | $20

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Tickets at the Door

VIP | $70

  • Available for purchase at 5 p.m. in Christ Chapel lobby.

Artist Circle | $50

  • Available for purchase at 6 p.m. in Christ Chapel lobby.

Reserved | $37

  • Available for purchase at 6 p.m. in Christ Chapel lobby.

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Interior of Christ Chapel

Interior seating of Christ Chapel

Concert Sponsor

This event is sponsored by Guiding Light.

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Choral Concert

The Cornerstone University Chorale, Chancel Singers and the a cappella pop ensemble Credo will present a concert of varied styles in the fine acoustics of Matthews Performing Arts Center.

The concert is free. Tickets are not needed.

Intercultural Studies Lecture Series | Dr. Danjuma Gibson

The concept and dynamics of the racial imagination undermine human relatedness and induce cultural trauma. Cultural trauma, understood as a psychosocial and spiritual ailment, negatively influences how we understand and experience ourselves, others and community. The concepts of multiplicity and Pentecost suggest an interdisciplinary praxis to challenge the racial imaginary, reverse the effects of cultural trauma and promote healing, healthy spirituality and human flourishing.

On Oct. 23, Dr. Danjuma Gibson will give a free guest lecture at Grand Rapids Theological Seminary. In addition to emotional and psychological trauma, Gibson's current research includes exploring the intersection of black religious experience and psychoanalytic discourse in a way that is accretive to how we understand personhood, identity formation and human flourishing.

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Thursday Evening Bible Class With Dr. Max Botner

Event Information

Hebrews is in many ways the enigma of the New Testament: an exotic letter about priests, temples and sacrifice from an otherwise unknown author. This lecture series will explore Hebrews' vision for the redemption of humanity and what this means for the church today.

Learn More

Thursday Evening Bible Class With Dr. Max Botner

Event Information

Hebrews is in many ways the enigma of the New Testament: an exotic letter about priests, temples and sacrifice from an otherwise unknown author. This lecture series will explore Hebrews' vision for the redemption of humanity and what this means for the church today.

Learn More


The Alumni Association hosts a variety of continuing educational opportunities and events, including a number of ways to reconnect with old friends and professors. Join us for an on-campus or regional event.