The semester is in full swing!
It’s my joy to introduce you to 6 friendly new faces joining our program.
Drum roll, please…
Faith Victa is a senior Psychology and Social Welfare major. For as long as she can remember, God has placed a calling on her life to minister to and love His people. Upon graduation, she hopes to open a holistic women’s health clinic that embraces all aspects of health (spiritual, emotional, social, and biological). At Eastern, she is involved with YACHT, summer internships at Urban Discovery Ministries and Boston Project, and Esperanza Health Center.
Dimetrious Morris was born and raised in Delaware County, PA. His life passion and academic interests are in the overlap between theology and psychology. Dimetrious senses God’s call to be a pastor. He is looking forward to connecting with a local church and getting involved in the community. He also enjoys athletics, art, and Biology.
Paulette Brown is a part-time M.Div student at Palmer Theological Seminary. She also runs a women’s ministry, Daughters of the Mustard Seed, through Hope Point Ministries UMC in Chester, Pennsylvania. Gifted by the Holy Spirit to do outreach missions, both locally and internationally, she looks to serve the least, the last, the lost, and the lonely for healing and transformation in Christ.
Sarah Kimmel is a sophomore from Schuylkill County, PA, a member of the Chamberlain Interfaith Fellowship, and active at Church of the Good Samaritan in Paoli, PA. Sarah has a passion for embracing curiosity when it comes to faith and helping people find new ways of exploring faith. She is majoring in Biblical Studies and senses a call to serve in youth and college ministry.
Lyla Lovett is a senior majoring in Sociology and pursuing minors in pre-law and social welfare. She is very passionate about spreading God’s love through social liberation and strives to bring the light of the Lord through her commitment to justice. After graduating, Lyla aspires to work with survivors of domestic and sexual abuse, providing a safe place where survivors are able to feel the love of God and receive the justice that He desires for them.
Javar Roberts is a freshman from Maryland. His goal is to grow in his Christian faith while pursuing higher education at Eastern. He is considering majors in Theology and Youth Ministry and is a member of the Eastern Football team. He is very passionate about God and plans to glorify Him in all that he does.
What a great group of scholars! I invite you to pray for each of them: for their education, training, and spiritual formation to become the servants God desires them to be.
As you pray for the Scholars in the weeks to come, I would also ask that you prayerfully consider making a monthly commitment to the Campolo Center for Ministry. We simply can’t do this good work without you.
Thank you for all you do to support the future of the church!