ICCE News & Events

Dinner with a Side of Justice

Dinner with a Side of Justice is a semester long series of discussions and presentations focused on issues of justice. This series will be held in the dining commons starting at 5 p.m. on Wednesday nights throughout the semester. So pick up your dinner and follow the signs to engage in these vibrant discussions.


2013 ICCE Essay Contest

In helping Cornerstone University to fulfill its mission to produce graduates who influence culture, the Institute for Christianity and Cultural Engagement (ICCE) is seeking to encourage reflection and discussion regarding vocation by inviting submissions to an essay contest.

Winning submissions will be presented at a public forum on April 18 at 5 p.m. and awarded the following prizes:

First Prize - $750

Second Prize - $500

Third Prize - $250

Click here for contest guidelines and details. Completed essay submissions must be turned in to the ICCE office by the deadline on April 5, 2013 at 5 pm EST in order to be judged.

(Link to “Faith and Vocation Essay Contest 2013.pdf”)



Undergraduate Student Conference

Thinking Christianity in the Present-Tense                          

The Cornerstone University Society for Philosophy is presenting a conference entitled “The Politics of Discipleship.” Plenary speakers include J. Matthew Bonzo, Lee C. Camp, and James K. A. Smith. The dates for the conference are April 20-21, 2012. More information can be found on the group’s web page: http://cusocietyforphilosophy.wordpress.com/