Last month, we asked you to complete this sentence-in Alumni@Geneva and on Facebook.
Here is how some members of the Geneva community answered the question …
... without Geneva, I never would have met my closest friends. God brought us together randomly as roommates. And I couldn′t be more thankful.
- Jenna (Marks) Hackworth ′05
... Geneva provided me with an enduring moral compass and the tools with which to build the bridge I walk on every day into this-an unknown future … and for Sally.
- Dr. Howard Peters ′62
... of great, lasting friendships that changed the way I relate to the world.
- Jonathan Sigmon ′08
... my faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior was brought forth to me during my time there.
- Mike Mason ′08
... of the life-lasting friendships and the continual challenging of my faith and worldview.
- Brenton Green ′08
... it gave me a solid biblical worldview, some great friends, and wonderful mentors. A deep love of learning grew in me while at Geneva that I still nurture and treasure today. I will forever think fondly of my time at Geneva-for all I′ve learned, and who it helped me to become.
- Lindsey Whitney ′06
... I was nervous about going back to college for a B.A. With a lot of support, I entered the ADCP program. The staff and instructors have been very encouraging every step of the way! I′ve made some wonderful friends, and I′ve had a lot of fun!
- Kathi Hall, Adult Degree Completion Program student
... I received a great Christ-centered education.
- Norman Hargraves ′04
... I met my wife there!
- Scott Shidemantle, Associate Professor of Bible and ADCP
In Geneva Alumni Relations, we are thankful for alumni who impact the world for Christ in so many ways-and for their support. Thank you!
Upcoming Alumni Events: