The way we manage our finances is changing. Mobile banking, budget planning and a surplus of personal finance tools make it simple to control your financial situation. Yet, the challenges of financial stewardship continue to plague our society.
Join us for a free Business Breakfast on April 8 to hear keynote speaker Michael Blue share thoughts on biblical stewardship, the mission of the Ron Blue Center at Cornerstone University and Romans 12:2.
During the final stages of making your college decision, spend a day getting an in-depth look at Cornerstone University and what your life would be like as a CU student. You'll also have the opportunity to pre-register for fall classes.
For Grand Rapids Theological Seminary, the call to love our neighbor invites us to promote the flourishing of all individuals—including women in the church.
Register to join us on April 16 for "Women in the Kingdom," our final conference in the Justice + Unity series. Through lectures, panel discussions and corporate worship, you'll learn how to lead change in your congregation and empower women to use all their gifts for the body of Christ.
Albert Paley has created a monumental 25-foot three-dimensional sculpture representing Christ as Creator to go in front of Cornerstone University's new Jack and Mary De Witt Center for Science and Technology.
Join us to celebrate and dedicate this work of art. A brief outdoor ceremony is scheduled on Wednesday, April 17 at noon. To RSVP, email email@example.com by April 10.
The Cornerstone University Chorale, Chancel Singers and the a cappella pop ensemble Credo will present a concert of varied styles in the fine acoustics of Matthews Performing Arts Center. This is the final concert of the academic year in which we celebrate and honor our graduating seniors. It's also a reunion event for recent CU Chorale members who will join the Chorale on stage for the traditional singing of "Praise to the Lord the Almighty."
The concert will feature graduating senior Music Award winner Owen Longjohn, bass guitar, as well as adjunct professor Dr. David Yandl, clarinet. The concert is free. Tickets are not needed.
Join us for an experimental theatre experience as we take a new look at one of Shakespeare's move beloved tragedies. We've broken this classic work down into five scenes, directed by a team of alumni and student directors. No tickets are required for this free event.