Cornerstone Empowers Students As Influencers for Jesus Christ

By Joe Stowell on November 20, 2017

Just ask any of our staff or faculty, and they will tell you that it is an exciting time to serve Christ at Cornerstone University! We are grateful for the generosity of our alumni and friends who support our vision to empower students as influencers in the world for Jesus Christ.

During the course of a four-year degree, students grow together in knowledge and professional capacity to pursue their callings and careers in light of the Kingdom. Our latest magazine highlights just a few of the outstanding stories that make Cornerstone's mission markedly distinct.

Because our commitment to Christ is central to our mission, we constantly look for ways we can equip students to bring Christ-centered perspectives into the world. Right now, we see no better way to increase our influence than by strategically seeding the growing industries of science, technology, engineering and math with our outstanding graduates. In response to the market demand for highly qualified STEM grads and to advance our efforts to equip students with the necessary skills to enter these fields, we have launched our new nursing and engineering programs alongside the construction of the new Jack and Mary De Witt Center for Science and Technology.

Pictured: (l-r) Martie Stowell, Jack De Witt, Mary De Witt and Joe Stowell celebrate the groundbreaking for the Jack and Mary De Witt Center for Science and Technology.

Over the next several months, the smell of wet cement and the sight and sound of construction equipment will be a continual reminder of God's provision to enable us to make this dream a reality. But at the end of the day, we are more than an educational institution that's focused on building facilities of brick and mortar. We exist to graduate people who will build lives that matter for the Kingdom.

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