Caroline Cahoon: Acting as a Story

By Kimberly Atwood on April 26, 2019

For as long as she can remember, Caroline Cahoon (B.A. ’03) has always loved being a part of the arts. But what she loved most about drawing, writing and theatre was not the act itself, but the underlying theme they all shared—the theme of story.

Call to Adventure

Caroline has always been drawn to art. As a kid, she put a lot of her time into drawing, painting, writing and illustrating. And, through…

Jeff DeVries: To the Track in a Snap

By Kimberly Atwood on March 11, 2019

After playing four sports in high school and four years of basketball at Cornerstone University, one may have thought that, after graduation, Jeff DeVries (B.S. ’04) would begin to settle down. But, nine full Ironman and 29 half-distance competitions later, it's clear that he is only just getting started.

Fitness in a Snap

An active lifestyle is something that Jeff has always pursued, whether it…

Andrei Sullivan: Dreaming Down to D.C.

By Kimberly Atwood on February 15, 2019

"If you had told me when I first visited D.C. and when I first started attending Cornerstone University that I'd be working in Congress, I would have laughed."

Sometimes, dreams have to die for them to be realized. That's what legislative fellow Andrei Sullivan (B.S. ’16) learned as he found himself returning to Capitol Hill 10 years after his first visit to Washington, D.C.

The Dream Begins

At…

Richard and Betty Sterkenburg: Living Out God's Calling

By Kimberly Atwood on December 3, 2018

Listening to the Call

At the age of fourteen, Richard Sterkenburg (M.Div. ’56) pledged his life to the mission field. But it wasn't until senior year of high school, in making a college decision, did the Lord remind him of that promise. This prompting led Richard to begin his college career, in which he obtained his B.A. in secondary education from Calvin College, his M.Div. from Grand Rapids Theological…