Meet Campolo Scholar Corey Brown. Corey is in his second year at Palmer Theological Seminary and serves as the Missions Director at Hope Community Church in Ridley Park, PA.
He leads their mission work locally, nationally, and globally, spearheading such initiatives as a mission trip to Kenya this summer. Corey has a passion for evangelism, preaching, and community development. He is a student facilitator for Palmer’s Religion and Science Symposium and a leader for the Palmer chapel and operations teams.
Corey recently spent an afternoon with Tony to prepare for his part in the special chapel at 10 am EDT on April 20th, reflecting on Tony Campolo’s life and legacy.
I’d like to invite you to join us via Zoom for this special service. You can click here to attend. In the meantime, I invite you to read Corey’s reflection on his time with Tony:
“After our most recent meeting, I believe I am becoming a close disciple of Tony. He not only taught me about the work he is and has been doing within the U.S. but globally as well. He gave me concrete steps and contacts for community development in Chester, PA – an area that is near and dear to my heart.
Tony provided insight and guidance for the upcoming sermon with two other Campolo Scholars at April 20th’s Eastern University chapel. We are all looking forward to that day and opportunity! He also provided advice on my studies in general and how to get the most from studying great theologians.
While we were discussing the work of Jesus and Scripture, he challenged me and provided a focus for working toward the mission of Christ. Moving forward, I am looking forward to implementing Tony’s advice and continuing to grow as a disciple under the leadership of Tony, and providing him with updates on all of the guidance he has provided!”
What a joy it is to see the continued impact Tony and the Campolo Center for Ministry are having on the future of the Church. Thank you for your important role in making this ministry possible!
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