Cornerstone University News

Cornerstone Hosts "Called to be an Entrepreneur"

A panel of four successful business leaders in Grand Rapids will discuss “Called to be an Entrepreneur” at the annual Cornerstone University Business Breakfast Sept. 26 in the Gainey Conference Center on campus.

Panelists include: Gospel artist, Dr. Marvin Sapp; Mick McGraw, president and CEO of Eastbrook Homes; Lola Audu, founder and president of Audu Real Estate and Jeremy Bergwerff.

Bergwerff, a senior business analyst and growth initiatives at Steelcase, will be the first Cornerstone graduate invited to be on a business breakfast panel.

Dr. Brad Stamm, professor economics at Cornerstone University, will serve as the moderator of the event.

Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and listen in on the conversation about Christianity and entrepreneurialism. The hope is to give attendees a better understanding of how God wants them to cultivate a mindset of entrepreneurialism in their lives.

The free event, sponsored by Eastern Floral, begins at 7:30 a.m.

To register, visit