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!
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