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CU students to serve others on summer breaks

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Heather Hensley

Campbellsville University

More than 70 Campbellsville University students, including several from Campbellsville, are spending their summer breaks serving others not only in Kentucky, but across the country and even the world.

Several students are serving on mission trips, at church camps, vacation Bible schools and as interns on church staffs.

"Faculty, staff and coaches at CU are dedicated to the premise of encouraging and enabling our students to give of themselves in service to others in the name of Jesus Christ," John Chowning, vice president for church and external relations and executive assistant to the president, said.

"Vision 2025, Preparing Christian Servant Leaders, CU's long-term plan, provides an ongoing map for CU's future that places emphasis on preparing a generation of Christian servant leaders who will be world changers for Jesus Christ," he said.

Brittany Maness, a freshman from Campbellsville, will serve with CU Crew.

Caleb Browning, a senior from Campbellsville, will serve as youth minister at Muldraugh Hill Baptist Church in Lebanon.

Lindsey Cochran, a sophomore from Campbellsville, will serve on a mission trip to Elberton, Ga.

Mitchell Monroe, a sophomore from Morganfield, will serve as ministry intern at Campbellsville Baptist Church.

Anna Stepp, a senior from Grayson, will serve as children's ministry intern at Campbellsville Baptist Church.

Brad Nalley, a junior from Campbellsville, will serve as youth pastor at Green River Memorial Baptist Church in Campbellsville.

Frank Heistand, a junior from Campbellsville, will serve as ministry assistant at Campbellsville Christian Church.

Dwight Sapp, a junior from Campbellsville, will serve as pastoral ministry intern at Elk Horn Baptist Church of Campbellsville.

Several students will serve on CU international mission trips.

A team is serving in Niger, Africa, with Trent Creason, CU campus ministries intern of Campbellsville, and Alan Haven, who graduated May 3, of Campbellsville.

Another team is serving in the Philippines, with Tonya Kessler, a junior from Campbellsville.

A third team, who is partnering with Lindsey Wilson College, will be traveling to Honduras. Ed Pavy, director of campus ministries from Campbellsville, will attend.

For more information, contact the Office of Campus Ministries at 789-5227.