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what’s inside 3 President’s Corner 5 News & Events

• University News: New majors announced, news on the grand opening of the baseball stadium and information on the 2013 commencement ceremonies. • Alumni Events: PRC LifeWalk and an upcoming Whitecaps game.


Alumni Award Recipients


10 Homecoming Recap

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12 Feature Stories

Interviews with 2013 Winter Gala Alumni Award winners from undergraduate, GRTS and PGS.

15 Alumni News

See what your former classmates are doing.

17 Alumni Involvement

on the cover:

Annual Commencement ceremonies at Cornerstone University allow the Alumni Office to honor our new and existing alumni.

Ways for you to participate in what’s happening at your alma mater!


Art Director: Caroline Cahoon (B.A. ’03)

Director of Alumni Relations: Nate Clason (B.A. ’01; M.Div. ’06)

University Writer/Editor: Kelli Cottrell

Alumni Communications Specialist: Amanda (Kusneske) Lawrence (B.A. ’12) Alumni Events & Programs Specialist: Josh Thayer (B.S. ’11) Executive Director of Marketing & Communications: Bob Sack

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Contributing Photographers: Alyssa Wagner Photography, Ryan Prins Photography, Joshua D. Middleton, Gilson Graphics, Studio 6.23, Keith McVittie Alumni Board Leadership Team: Chairman, Rick Koole (B.R.E. ’70) Secretary, Terri (Burns) Fowler (B.A. ’81)

Alumni Association Mission The CU Alumni Association exists to serve alumni in their roles as influencers for Christ by developing connections, facilitating celebrations and encouraging contributions. Founded in 1941, Cornerstone University is a Christ-centered institution of higher learning located in Grand Rapids, Mich. Approximately 3,000 students attend Cornerstone’s undergraduate and graduate programs.

The Cornerstone University Alumni Journal is produced three times annually through a partnership between the Alumni Relations and Marketing & Communications offices at Cornerstone University. Permission to quote short portions of this publication is granted as long as content is preserved and proper credit is given to the Alumni Journal.

Pictured: Amber (Smith) Mahnken (B.A. ’04), Kara (VanderKodde) Paetschow (B.A. ’03), Caroline Cahoon (B.A. ’03) and Ella (Cooper) Morgan (B.A. ’04) at the 2003 traditional undergraduate ceremony.

CONTACT US: When you email us with updated contact information for the database, we will mail you a CU or GRTS Alumni window decal as a thank you gift. Go to; click “Network” and then “Update Us.” Or simply email us at alumni@ If no internet access is available to you, please mail us at: Cornerstone University Office of Alumni Relations 1001 E Beltline Ave NE Grand Rapids, MI 49525-5897

Call us at 616.222.1439. Cornerstone University does not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, sex, age or disability in its policies and programs. © 2013 Cornerstone University. All rights reserved.

Dear Alumni, honor as a characteristic suggests integrity and honesty. Honor as it is given implies esteem, respect and distinction. Honor is what we at Cornerstone University see in and hope to bestow upon each one of our students and alumni. During the recent Homecoming celebration at CU, we were able to publicly honor a few alumni who have shown excellence of character and special dedication to God’s calling on their lives. What a wonderful opportunity to give back to these inspiring men and women who represent Christ so well in their daily lives! The entire Homecoming weekend was a beautiful celebration of all that the Lord has done and is doing in the lives of our students and alumni. We have been richly blessed by the Cornerstone family and continue to be amazed by the work that God is doing through all of you to further his kingdom, even long after you have left this campus. Your influence and commitment to the Father’s narrative as alumni of this university are, in large part, what spurs us on as we continue to build into the lives of current students. We have high hopes for the next generation — especially if our alumni are any indication of where these young people are headed! We appreciate your continued prayers and support as we pursue God’s calling to equip students to have an impact on the world for Christ. Blessings,

Joe Stowell President


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New majors & programs Bible, Religion and Ministry Division • Missions Aviation in partnership with the School of Missionary Aviation Technology in Ionia, Michigan. • A new track in the Bible major: intercultural studies.

Heading home in September! Mark your Calendars for Heading Home on Sept.

20 – 21. It’s the official celebration of the completion and grand opening of Cornerstone University’s beautiful new residence hall and baseball stadium. The weekend extravaganza has events and activities for the entire family, including alumni gatherings, music, family fun and several varsity sports matchups (soccer, softball, volleyball and baseball). Watch for scheduling details throughout the summer and a full preview in the August edition of the Alumni Journal.

• A change to the requirement for the art of ministry and intercultural studies majors — Bible is now a required minor rather than a required second major.

Communications and Media Division • New majors in digital media, photography and public relations accompanying the consolidation of the Journalism major. • Interdisciplinary studies major – where students design their own program under the supervision of faculty and consent from the Academic Dean.

Humanities Division A new creative writing minor (through our Humanities Division).

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Cornerstone Student Fund during Phonathon? Don’t worry, you can still give a gift! For every dollar you give, that’s another dollar our students do not have to pay. To give a gift to help lower tuition costs for our students, please visit

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Grand Rapids Theological Seminary New Cognate The masters in counseling program is adding a new Multi-State Licensure Cognate option for the 2013 catalog year. This cognate will prepare counseling students who may choose to live and work outside of Michigan. Courses will be offered online and are open to alumni.

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Tara Kram We are excited to welcome Tara Kram, former director of admissions, back to GRTS. She is now working with current students in the role of associate dean of students. Israel Trip Beginning in the fall of 2013, all incoming M.Div. students will have the opportunity to journey to Israel as part of their curriculum. A two credit Israel Study Tour has been added as an optional course for new M.Div. students.


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As an alum, we appreciate your recommendations for future students. If you know of young individuals pursuing pastoral ministry, please refer them to GRTS at grts-kern-scholars-program.

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alumni events

Chorale Europe Tour The cornerstone university chorale

is headed to Europe for a 19-day tour beginning May 8, 2013. Consider partnering with the CU Chorale by praying for the trip or providing financial support. Be sure to visit for updates and details about the trip.

commencement graduation 2013 is right around the corner!

We hope you will join us in welcoming new alumni into the class of 2013 during this year’s commencement ceremonies, May 3-4! All ceremonies will be held in the Hansen Athletic Center. GRTS: Friday, May 3, 2013 at 7 p.m. Traditional Undergraduate: Saturday, May 4, 2013 at 10 a.m. PGS: Saturday, May 4, 2013 at 3 p.m. We’re also excited to host the class of 1963 for their 50 year class reunion during commencement weekend! Contact for details!

prc lifewalk cu will host the Pregnancy Resource Center

(PRC) annual LifeWalk on June 15. We invite you to participate in the walk (held entirely on CU’s campus) and attend a FREE brunch following the event. Celebrate with us the work God has done and continues to do through this organization! Register and find more information about the LifeWalk at alumni-lifewalk or by contacting Josh Thayer at josh.

Youth Pastors & teens Golf Scramble are you a youth pastor? This July Cornerstone

University and Treetops Golf Resort in Gaylord are teaming up to offer Youth Pastors and their teens the opportunity to play at one of the finest Golf Resorts in the Midwest. The CU Youth Pastors and Teens Golf Scramble will bring pastors and teens together for a four person golf scramble on Monday July 15 at Treetops. Tee time 1:30 pm. Here are the details: • One youth pastor or youth sponsor and three teens per foursome. • $20 per person, includes eighteen holes with cart and post scramble picnic buffet Call 800.787.9778 to register by July 1.

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Faculty hall of honor award: associate professor Raymond "Gator" Gates the cornerstone university Faculty Hall of Honor inducted associate professor Ray Gates during the Winter Gala in February. The award recognizes faculty members for their uncompromising dedication, tireless service and unfailing commitment to the school and its students. Gates, who has taught at CU for 35 years, earned a B.A. in biology at Spring Arbor University in 1974. He went on to study field biology at Central Michigan University, graduating with a masters degree in 1976. In 1998, he completed his A.B.D. in Fisheries and Wildlife from Michigan State University. Greatly loved by students, faculty, and staff, he received the Professor of the Year Award three times, in 1989, 2002 and 2011.

He and his wife, Carol, have three children. “Gator has impacted CU in countless ways and his legacy will be a lasting one,� said Rick Ostrander, provost at CU. To catch up on all recent faculty/staff news, visit our alumni bonus page!


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Gates has also received the Environmental Teacher of the Year by the West Michigan Environmental Action Council and the Young Leader Award from Spring Arbor University. He has served as a park ranger naturalist at Gallatian National Forest, a nature director at summer camps and an adjunct professor at Kuyper College.

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young alumna of the year: aubree cantrall (B.A. '10) aubree cantrall, an elementary education graduate, received the Young Alumna of the Year Award during the Homecoming Gala in February.

As a student she was extremely involved on campus as a spiritual life director, volunteer for the Admissions Office, connector in the Alumni Office and as a resident assistant. As a senior, Cantrall won the Student Teacher of the Year Award. Cantrall currently teaches second and third grades at Potter’s House Christian School, a Christcentered school that equips students of all income levels and ethnic heritages. After college she started a prayer house with some friends, called the Engedi Prayer House. Their mission is to intentionally live out their love for Jesus in community by being rooted in prayer and reaching out to their West Side neighbors. They have a rhythm of prayer throughout the week, as well as times of intentional ministry, which includes Kid’s Bible Study for neighborhood kids, community worship and prayer with neighbors. “God has brought his light to our street and answered our prayers!,” says Cantrall. “We’ve seen neighbors who have been hardened by the world become soft to Jesus and accept his salvation. We’ve seen neighbors who are in deeply broken situations come to us for prayer and receive healing.”

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alumni involvement: kelly ellis (attended '86-'88) kelly ellis received the Alumni Involvement Award at Cornerstone University during the Winter Homecoming Gala in February.

Since then, she has spent 21 years serving in urban youth ministry developing her own programs that include mentorship, Bible teaching, tutoring, reading programs, volunteer recruitment and facilities management. She has served as Christian education director at Tallmadge Community Wesleyan Church and at Solomon’s Porch Community Church in Jenison. For the past decade Ellis has worked as director of Sabaoth Ministries in one of the roughest neighborhoods in Grand Rapids loving the children of that community. She can be seen on campus at least three times a week meeting with students, eating with them and serving as a group facilitator for the CU undergraduate Terra Firma program.


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Ellis has exhibited a significant interest in, and contribution to the development and success of Cornerstone University. She attended the university between the years of 1986-1988, studying courses in English, Spanish and Christian education.

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homecoming 2013 recap Cornerstone University hosted its annual Winter Homecoming this year from Jan. 30 – Feb. 2. The focus of homecoming was “CU Honored;” this theme was carried out during the entire weekend. We were thrilled to celebrate with alumni and friends as we honored on another, our university and our Lord!

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We kicked off Homecoming by honoring CU athletic alumni and supporters at the Athletic Hall of Honor Banquet. The following day, we honored CU faculty, staff and supporters and, of course, alumni during the Faculty Hall of Honor chapel and during the 2013 Homecoming Gala at Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park. To end the weekend, we celebrated reunions by honoring our 25 year class and our CU teams during Game Day. Visit for more pictures and details from the weekend! Learn more at

Introduction of new alumni director, Nate Clason (B.A. ‘01 ; M.Div. ‘06)

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25 year class reunion

Josh Liggins (attended ‘02-’07) at the alumni men’s basketball game

athletic hall of honor inductees Ron emmorey (attended '68-'71) - men's basketball shannon (burmaster) mulder (b.a. '05) - women's volleyball gene and mary lynne peterson - golden eagle club members

Alumni speaker Josh Maurer (B.S. ‘09) at our Faculty Hall of Honor Chapel

julie vogelzang (b.a. '02) - women's basketball Pictured above: Hall of Honor inductees on “Game Day,” Homecoming 2013


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Undergraduate alumnus of the year: John Maguire (B.A. '86) John maguire, the 2013 Traditional Undergraduate Alumnus of the Year Award recipient, studied speech communication and social science as a student at Cornerstone. After graduating in 1986, he attended Grand Rapids Theological Seminary and worked in the Admissions Office for three years. He then served at the Christian Family Centre in Adrian, Mich., and later as the executive director of the E.R.A.C.E. Foundation, a racial reconciliation organization founded by Grammy Award winning musical groups dcTalk and Toby Mac. In 2006, he became lead pastor at Ogden Church where he served until 2009 when he accepted the role of executive pastor at Strong Tower Bible Church in Franklin, Tenn. Maguire served there for two years before returning to Adrian where he currently serves as pastor. He has authored three workbooks: “Seeing 2020,” “Living in Diverse City” and “Seven Steps to the Culturally Diverse Classroom.” He also created the Onion Skin Diversity Audit, a tool for organizations to survey their objectives and practices in regard to racial diversity. He and his wife, Jeanie, have been married for 24 years and have three sons: Jesse, Isaac and Jacob.

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PGS alumna of the year: Anna goodsell (B.s. '00) anna goodsell, received the Professional and Graduate Studies Alumna of the

Year Award during the Winter Homecoming Gala in February at Frederik Meijer Gardens. She was in the first graduating class of the ministry leadership program at PGS.

At her church, Kalamazoo Free Methodist, Goodsell leads the Women’s Ministry Team, serves as assistant treasurer and is a member of the Global Missions team. “My time at CU gave me the foundation for my current service to the community and the church,” said Goodsell.


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After graduation, Goodsell ran for the office of Township Clerk in Comstock Charter Township where she is now in her fourth term. She is dedicated in her role, always working hard to improve the programs and policies she oversees.

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GRTS Alumnus of the year: Jeffrey Halsted (M.Div. '99, Th.M. '01) Jeffrey halsted received the Grand Rapids Theological Seminary Alumnus of the Year Award at the Winter Homecoming Gala in February at Frederik Meijer Gardens. He earned a bachelor’s degree in business and marketing from Cedarville University before enrolling at GRTS where he earned a master of divinity and master in theology in 2001. He continued his studies at Calvin Theological Seminary where he was awarded two doctoral fellowships and a doctoral assistantship. He currently serves as senior pastor at Calvary Baptist Church of Grand Rapids and is an adjunct professor at Cornerstone University and Asia Theological Seminary. He also regularly mentors GRTS students. In addition, he is very involved in the community and has actively volunteered at places such as Mel Trotter Mission, Guiding Light Mission, Ronald McDonald House, Northern Michigan Hospital and the Chamber of Commerce. Halsted and his wife, Robin, have two children, Brianna and Jeffrey.

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together as alumni,

Dave (B.A. ’92) and Jennifer Gilman welcomed Henry David into their family on Oct. 29, 2012. Dale (B.A. ‘94) and Tara Trump welcomed their fourth child, Jenna Kay, into their family on Oct. 12, 2012. Steven and Melissa (Taylor) Choi (B.A. ’99) welcomed twins, Jarren Nicholas and Taylor Mary, into their family on Oct. 22, 2012.

2000s Kenneth and Erin (Stepleton) Morgan (B.A. ’02) welcomed their third child, Fischer Christopher, into their family on Sept. 13, 2012.

Joel (B.S. ’05) and Shari (Teis) Wolfgang (B.A. ’06) welcomed their first child, Kyland Emeric, into their family on Dec. 7, 2012. Andy (B.A. ’06) and Amanda (Avery) Brummel (B.A. ’06) welcomed their first child, Adeline Joy, into their family on July 27, 2012.

James and Sarah Grace (VanderZon) Algera (B.A. ’04) welcomed their second child, Amy Elizabeth, into their family on Dec. 3, 2012.


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Nicholas and Susie (Doctor) Swab (B.A. ’01) were married on Sept. 1, 2012. Nick and Laura (Ennis) Conran (B.S. ’02) were married on April 28, 2012. Jimmy and Kate Zimmerman (attended ’07–’10) were married on June 9, 2012.

2010s Josh (B.S. ’10) and Diana (B.A. ’12) Jacobson welcomed their second child, Carter James, into their family on Jan. 29, 2013. Christopher and Lisa (Paschen) Thompson (B.A. ’10) welcomed their first child, Noah James, into their family on March 15, 2012.

Seth and Bethany (Main) Bjorlie (B.A. ’10) were married on Nov. 17, 2012. Christopher and LIsa (Paschen) Thompson (B.A. ’10) were married on May 7, 2011. David (B.A. ’10) and Gracelyn (Knott) VanDyke (B.A. ’12) were married on Oct. 27, 2012. Edward Allen II and Ashley (Carson) Allen (B.S. ’12) were married on Sept. 15, 2012.

Christopher (B.S. ’03) and Rebecca (Dreyer) Robertson (B.A. ’02) welcomed their second child, Elise Ruth, into their family on Nov. 29, 2012. John and Faith (Maguire) Watson (B.A. ’03) welcomed their second child, Brynn Amiah, into their family on Sept. 30, 2012. Their first child, Aiden Tobias, was born on April 23, 2011.


Jeffrey (B.A. ‘10) and Jodi (Grandholm) Bodtke (B.A. ’12) were married on June 23, 2012.

When you share new arrivals to your family, we will send you a “Future CU Alum” baby bib.

When you share your union, we will send you two metal alumni association luggage tags to celebrate your future travels together.

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you are influencing the lives of people for Jesus Christ all over the globe. Thank you for sharing the ways in which you are doing this and for keeping us up to date on the happenings in your life.

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Tom Parsons (M.Div. ’69) has selfpublished four books that are now available from His new author page can be found here: www.

1990s Joseph Benedetti (B.A. ’96) from 4 Oaks Wealth Management, LLC. was recently honored as a Five Star Wealth Manager in Crystal Lake, Il.

2000s Michael Pollitt (D.Min. ’01) was recently appointed by Secretary Eric Shinseki to be the 17th National Director of the Department of the Veterans Affairs Chaplain Service. Daniel Bowman (B.A. ’04; M.Div. ’07) won the Creative Print International Unpublished Author Print Ready Competition (with over 600 submissions) and published his novel “Alaric, Child of Goths.” Rob Holmes (B.A. ’08) recently accepted a new position as the purchasing specialist at LeadingAge Michigan. Eric Frith (B.S. ’09) recently accepted a position as a Personal Lines Underwriter at Hastings Mutual Insurance Company in Hastings, MI.

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Emma Rosauer (B.S. ’09) was recently nominated as a finalist for the Young Non-Profit Professional of the Year Award through the Grand Rapids chapter of the Young Non-Profit Professional Network (YNPN). This nomination came from her work as Hunger Response Director at Access West Michigan.




1960s Gary Hilliker (M.Div. ’66) went to be with the Lord on May 24, 2012. Gary attended Grand Rapids Baptist Seminary from 1963 until 1966. After graduation he and his wife, Bernice, joined Baptist Mid-Missions and served in Venezuala for 15 years. He served for 26 years as General Director of the Baptist Publishing Ministry in Sebring, Florida until the day he died.


2010s Debra McGuire (M.B.A. ’10) was elected 2012-13 chairman of the Certified Association Executive (CAE) Commission – an independent certifying body of the American Society of Association Executives, headquartered in Washington, D.C. Tim Bowditch (B.S. ’12) was recently chosen to teach English to university students in China with ELIC for the 2013-2014 school year. Faith Hepler (B.A. ’12) was hired as the executive assistant to the superintendent at The Potter’s House School in August 2012.

When you share a milestone, we will send you a CU alumni association cell phone holder.

Dr. James Murray Grier went home to be with the Lord on January 9, 2013. Dr. Grier, 80, served as vice president, acadeimic dean and professor of philosophical theology at Grand Rapids Theological Seminary from 1982 – 1988. After his retirement in 1998 he served as a distinguished professor at GRTS until his death. In his 16 years at GRTS, Dr. Grier led the seminary to its strongest enrollment in the master of divinity program, laid the foundation for membership with The Association of Theological Schools and was instrumental in the ministry of Asia Biblical Theological Seminary, a sister seminary of GRTS. Dr. Grier made important contributions to the West Michigan community by serving as one of the founding board members at Home of Hope (Christian Hospice) and through his work as a consulting ethicist on the Spectrum Health Ethics Committee. As a respected theologian, Dr. Grier had the privilege of serving as visiting professor at the Metropolitan Tabernacle in London where he delivered several special lecture series and considered it a privilege to preach from Charles Spurgeon’s pulpit.

share Your News We are eager to hear from the rest of you! Share events in your life, including answers to prayer; professional accomplishments – none are too small; books authored; albums released; graduate degrees or awards; honors received; additions to your family; alumni to honor. share-your-news

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You have a story worth

telling. And we want to share your story with other alumni! Do you have a favorite memory or specific experience you remember from your college days? Or do you have some life experience you’d like to pass on to future alumni? Take a minute to share your story with us!

get involved form how are you involved at your alma mater? There are countless ways to jump on board with what God’s doing at this university. Fill out our “Get Involved” form, and your name will be entered in a monthly drawing to receive a free CU or GRTS sweatshirt!


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WE CONTINUE to celebrate each of the award recipients featured in this Alumni Journal. As we look ahead to Homecoming 2014, we invite you to nominate alumni who fit the criteria of the five alumni awards and your most admired faculty for the Hall of Honor. View the criteria for our awards and our nomination form at alumni-awards.

the story This fall, CU will launch a campuswide initiative to read through The Story, a condensed, chronological book of the Bible. This study is an opportunity to engage with the “big picture” of the Bible alongside fellow students, staff, faculty and alumni. The vision is to have a diverse cross-section of the CU community working through the same sections of Scripture together. Join us in reading through The Story! Find out more info at


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Save the date — Sept. 20-21 — to celebrate the completion and grand opening of cornerstone university's new baseball stadium and residence hall

The weekend lineup includes alumni gatherings, music, family activities and multiple varsity sporting events. Watch for complete details this summer.

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Most recent journal from the office of alumni relations at Cornerstone University