The CCO has absolutely changed my life. I serve on the Board because I know first-hand how important and formative this ministry is, and I want to play whatever small part I can in making that available for as many different generations of college students as we can reach.
I think that the CCO does something no other campus ministry organization does. From top to bottom, the CCO doesn’t just teach students about the importance of a Christian worldview. It hires staff people who embody it. College students are forming their worldviews, and the CCO teaches as much by example—individual and institutional—as it does in the midst of the Jubilee conference, Bible studies, and one-on-one conversations.
—Henry B. Suhr III is a part-time instructor of sociology at Geneva College in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania. He is also a CCO staff alumnus.