Inside the Fall 2013 issue:
by Todd J. Williams, Ph.D., Brian G. Toews, Ph.D., and Marissa A. Rumpf, M.Ed.
On My Mind:
Rethinking Urban Ministry
by David “Coz” Crosscombe, Ph.D.
Redeeming the Present Time
by Jonathan L. Master, Ph.D.
by Todd J. Williams, Ph.D.
It was a fitting way to celebrate a 100th anniversary. The weather was perfect. The crowd was the biggest ever. The fireworks finale had everyone talking for days. This year’s Homecoming was a blessing to everyone who took part.
For TESOL teacher Ashley Frutiger, Cairn did more than prepare her. It guided her at every step along the way to an experience teaching English in Vietnam with a Christian sending organization.
We have begun to reexamine Cairn’s philosophy of alumni relations: what it means to be an alum, what it means to be (if you will) a good alum, and what it means for a university to be a faithful alma mater to its graduates.