Regan Billings (’16)
The Bible professors at CU challenged me to figure out what I believe and why I believe in the context of theological issues. In both my personal life and spiritual life, I grew immensely.
Bible, Religion & Ministry DivisionRemaining Faithful
to My Calling
Bible, Religion & Ministry Division
The Bible, Religion & Ministry Division at Cornerstone University exists to help you relentlessly pursue your vocation, wherever God has called you to serve. From Old and New Testament courses built into the core curriculum to entire programs centered in biblical studies and ministry leadership, the Bible, Religion & Ministry Division infuses scholarly understanding of the Bible with the needed skills of practical theology for effective ministry. As Christ-followers pursuing a deeper, more thoughtful relationship with God, your degree from the BRM Division will give you new opportunities to see God’s redemption in Scripture and a new motivation to see God’s continued work through your ministry.
Ana Hoezee: Growing With God
Ana Hoezee (B.S. ’20) was introduced to Base Camp Urban Ministries Grand Rapids when she was a freshman at Cornerstone University. While at Cornerstone, Ana studied intercultural studies, ministry and nonprofit management, all of which would directly impact her future work as program coordinator for Basecamp. By growing in her understanding of who God is and increasing her knowledge of other cultures, Ana was greatly transformed in her program and fully equipped to step into her role. Now, Ana works with kids of all ages in vulnerable communities, enriching their lives through after-school activities and sharing God’s love for them in everything she does.
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Led by Cornerstone professors, the Israel Experience is a 14-day trip that allows you to visit sites throughout the country that formed the stage for so many biblical events. The tour moves region-by-region, allowing for time in Jerusalem and Judea, Galilee, the Coastal Plain, Negev, Dead Sea area, Jordan Valley and Golan Heights.
In each geographical area, you’ll have opportunities to learn about the landscape and local archaeology, exploring how the context shaped the history of its people and biblical stories.
Of Bible, Religion & Ministry Division graduates from the class of 2019 were employed or enrolled in graduate school within six months of graduation.
Of Bible, Religion & Ministry majors prepare for their vocational callings through a practical internship experience.
CU missions aviation graduates are working with missions organizations in over 23 countries across the globe.
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