That I May See: Director of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs Kenneth Russell on Justice

By Dave Emerson on November 19, 2018

Justice.

For many, the word "justice" fits within very specific confines: often tied to a court of law or an explicit people group.

We think of justice as arbitration—"these people are guilty." Or, "this child is innocent."

We don't think of justice as a vital aspect of our core identity.

What's more, we often actively resist the notion that injustice exists as an inherent bias within our being…

True Religion: Athletic Director Chip Huber Shares About CU's Partnership With the Jubilee Centre

By Dave Emerson on November 9, 2018

Zambia. Soccer. And Bono.

Not the first three things you might pair in the name of justice, but for Chip Huber, Cornerstone's director of athletics and associate vice president for student development, the three are inseparable from the call God has placed in his heart to seek justice.

Let's start with Bono.

It was 2002 on the campus of Wheaton College when Bono spoke to the HIV crisis in sub-Saharan…

5 Ways to Pay for Christian College: Advice from CU

By Dave Emerson on October 11, 2018

It's no secret: college comes with a high price tag. But in addition to dropping prices, we are also spreading the word on how many great options exist to make college affordable. What a lot of students (and parents) don't realize is how many different forms of financial aid are available to help people just like you attend incredible schools like Cornerstone University every year.