Poured into and motivated.
"Cornerstone's theater program has been one of the best experiences of my life and I will forever cherish the memories I made during each and every production.
The relationships I have built with professors will also go with me as I leave CU. They have not only poured into me and motivated me to be the very best I can be, but have also gone beyond that to become my friends. I have even received invitations from professors to 'have tea' after I graduate, which blesses me more than I can say.
My time here is drawing to a close but these things will stay with me as I move into my future. My thankfulness for the theater memories and professor friendships is echoed perfectly in Psalm 86:12:
'I will praise you, Lord my God, with all my heart; I will glorify your name forever.'"
-Joy, Class of '13
Joy is a graduating senior, originally from Grand Rapids. After considering a few other private colleges, she felt God was leading her to follow her older siblings to Cornerstone. As a Communications major who also loves music (she plays the harp), dance, and acting, Joy became involved in CU Theatre. During her time at Cornerstone, she met her husband Ryan. After graduation, Joy hopes to find an administrative job in the medical field.