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Dear CU Vox Cornerstone Partners and friends of the ministry,

It’s been a rainy summer in Hanover, but it’s still been summer in Hanover. The summer term is always a memorable one for Dartmouth students. Typically it’s just the sophomore class on campus, but this summer the juniors, whose sophomore summer was canceled, are here as well. In addition to these two classes, there are several students here working and doing research, including the entire student executive team.

Dear CU Vox Cornerstone Partners and friends of the ministry,

Summer in Hanover, the payoff for nine months of winter! Classes for the summer term begin on June 24th and this year the junior class will join the sophomore class on campus. Normality is swiftly returning to campus and it’s wonderful to see students gathering on the Green again. Summer is very much a time of transition and preparation. The class of 2025 will be here in two months and I am excited to meet them and graft them into the ministry. This summer will provide opportunities to reconnect with students who chose remote learning as well as forge new relationships.

Dear CU Vox Cornerstone Partners and friends of the ministry,

How did it get to be the end of the academic year already? The seniors will graduate on June 13th and it will be a few short months until the class of 2025 arrives in Hanover. In a year unlike any other, there is much to praise God for. “Small but mighty” is how I think about the class of 2021. They have shown remarkable endurance, flexibility, leadership, and grace. I am excited to see how God will use them in their new communities, but we are also sad to see them go. “Rejoice in the Lord always; again I will say, rejoice.” - Philippians 4:4

Dear CU Vox Cornerstone Partners and friends of the ministry,

We are at the halfway point of the spring term and like it always does, time is moving fast. It’s hard to think that graduation is next month and that the special senior class we have will be departing. Campus life and ministry are full and busy and there is much to praise God for. The new student executive team is in place, the students are engaged in several prayer and Bible reading initiatives, new people are joining Bible courses, and there is a real sense of joy and community on display this term. God has provided abundantly during this unique and challenging academic year. Would you please thank God for His provision and kindness to CU Vox and also pray for these specific requests:

Dear CU Vox Cornerstone Partners and friends of the ministry,

As I write this letter, it is spring break here in Hanover. There’s no beach and it certainly isn’t warm, but students (and myself) are enjoying some much-needed rest and refreshment. This spring break marks one year of living during a global pandemic. Campus life and our lives have changed significantly, but what has not changed is our God who is the same yesterday, today, and forever. We are clinging to that truth here at Dartmouth as well as celebrating the ways God has continued to pour out His blessings and grace on us. As we enter spring term would you pray for:

Dear CU Vox Cornerstone Partners and friends of the ministry,

Hello from Hanover and Christian Union Vox. The ten-week sprint which is the winter term here at Dartmouth is nearing completion. It's hard to fathom that spring break is on the horizon and that we're finishing up our study of the book of Acts. It's been a full and busy term reconnecting with the sophomore class, preparing for the final term with the senior class, and continuing Zoom relationships with the freshman and junior classes. As always, we have much to praise God for and much to ask His help with.

Dear CU Vox Cornerstone Partners and friends of the ministry,

Hello from Hanover and CU Vox. Our winter term is well underway and the rhythms of classes and ministry have returned along with the snow and cold temperatures. It's a joy to have the sophomore and senior classes in residence this term as well as a few members of the freshman class who chose to remain on campus. While the constant changing of who is on campus and who is remote hurts continuity, it is a blessing to have concentrated in-person time with a smaller group of students. In spite of the continued pandemic challenges, the students remain joyful and participatory. I'm amazed by their resiliency and adaptiveness as they adjust to this new version of college life.

Dear CU Vox Cornerstone Partners and other friends of the ministry,

Hello and Happy New Year from once snowy and now grassy Hanover. It's been a restful and celebratory month and I am excited to have the students returning to campus in early January. While the calendar has turned to a new year, the focus here continues to see students growing in their relationship with God and for revival to spring forth from Dartmouth. To that end, here are a few ways in which you can pray for Christian Union Vox:

Dear CU Vox Cornerstone Partners and other friends of the ministry,

Greetings to everyone from Hanover and Christian Union Vox. Classes are over and the on-campus students have returned home for finals and a much-needed break. We entered the fall with great uncertainty and many questions but God richly provided and we experienced a connected, joyful, and exciting term. It was a boon to have freshmen students on campus and to see them grafted into the community here. In addition to the Class of 2024, the junior class (2021) was on campus and it was a blessing to reconnect in person after a virtual spring and summer term.

Dear CU Vox Cornerstone Partners and other friends of the ministry:

Greetings from Hanover and Christian Union Vox. We are hastening toward the end of the fall term and fittingly, there is snow falling as I write. In a departure from the normal Dartmouth calendar, students will take exams at home this term and classes end on November 17. It's been a delight to meet the Class of 2024 and I'm grateful that they, and the Class of 2022, were on campus this term. The ministry has seven different Bible courses taking place; our Leadership Lecture Series, The Vine, happens every Friday night; and there are multiple prayer meetings each week.