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Cay Johnson: A Growing Drive to Serve

When I first met Cay, she was so eager to grow in her faith. She didn’t see her potential as a leader, but she was eager to be a participant. She just wanted to sho...

How a CCO student founded a Silicon Valley start-up

“Showers have been the same for 100 years. We set out to create a better shower experience first, and save as much water as possible. It turns out the age-old belief ...

How Tyler Campbell's passion to serve Jesus led him to Tesla

As Tyler Campbell neared the end of his junior year at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, he began to pursue internship opportunities.  As he started interviewing ...

​Genevieve Parker, welcomed into the church and challenged to lead​

Through the CCO, I have found hope for my work. I know that God cares about my studies. He sees every square inch of my life and redeems it for His purposes. Genevieve Par...

Inviting the World to Dinner

Raj, a researcher from India, needed a place to stay until his apartment became available. Housing a stranger is never easy. Yet in the course of a week, God enabled many s...

Shoes tell a story

Delivering future leaders to the Church

The goal of our ministry is to deliver to future churches the gift of adults who already have a paradigm for engaging, serving, and leading the church,” says CCO staf...

Uncommon hospitality driven by uncommon love

The first time I met Dave, a few students and I were giving out free doughnuts and offering to pray with and for people at Delaware County Community College. He stoppe...

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