Isabel Miller entered university at Georgia Tech as a business major, never thinking that she would be a missionary or work abroad. But when she got involved with a campus ministry on Georgia Tech’s campus called CCF, she says that “Little by little, through different ways, just step by step, God changed my heart and sort of shifted my eyes toward this kind of work.”
Otto McFarland studied music education in university and fully planned on becoming a music teacher after graduation before feeling a call toward missions in his last semester. After discussing this with professors and the Director of Globalscope, he decided that he wanted to pursue international campus ministry.
We’re very excited to announce that Kami Burns Reed has been named Director of Globalscope beginning this month, September 2023!
The couple are on furlough in the U.S. and recently visited the CMF office to share their story and ministry news.
As campus ministers Jesse and Sophie Bentley looked around at the 50 students attending the Thanksgiving dinner at the En Vivo campus house in Valencia, Spain, recently, they were amazed at the many ways God is rebuilding His ministry there post-Covid.
‘The big win is that our team is still here!’
Andrew and Kate Owens are optimistic, cheerful and committed to Roots, their Globalscope ministry to university students in Edinburgh, Scotland, which is saying a lot after nearly two years of pandemic upheaval.
Philip Linkous describes his experience at Christian Campus Fellowship while a student at Georgia Tech as “coming back to Jesus, growing in my faith and wanting to give back.” The mechanical engineering graduate was recruited to serve with Globalscope’s campus ministry in Santiago, Chile, and joined the team in 2010.
Miles Costello found a place of healing at Christian Campus Fellowship (CCF) during a difficult time in his life as a student at Georgia Tech University. The experience led him to a career in campus ministry — after earning his bachelor’s degree in business and finance and a Master of Divinity at Emmanuel Christian Seminary — so that he could help provide that space for international students.