Campus Students for Christ is a student-led ministry with staff guidance. We have 10 different student-led ministry teams. Each team uniquely fulfills our mission at CSC. The ministry teams are co-led with up to two students and one overseeing staff. The team leaders meet with staff members regularly for discipleship and guidance. The whole servant leadership team meets together every Monday night at 8pm.
We have several openings on the teams, so if you are interested in getting involved, please talk with one of the staff or the team leaders!
Lynnelle Johnson (Undergrad): I am beyond excited and blessed to be part of the leadership team here at CSC. Praise and worship has always been a huge part of my life for as long as I can remember. I have grown in my spirituality through music and I hope and pray that others can grow spiritually as well. Looking forward to sharing my gift that God has given me with my church family.
Luke Hobbs (Grad): I’m looking forward to serving on the worship team because I love Jesus and CSC! Worship is when I feel most connected to God and most called to serve in. As a college student I love music and with guitar being a hobby of mine, I love playing it, but even more so for God. I am looking forward to playing worship music and leading others in worship so we can praise God and feel at home during service. I am also looking forward to working with Lynnelle and other members of CSC to grow in our walk with God and glorify him in doing that.
Ashleigh Ellis (Undergrad): “I lead the Hospitality Team! I work to find new ways to make Campus Students for Christ a welcoming and comforting environment that reflects the love we have for everyone! I will continue to find new and creative ways to reach out and bring comfort to those who need to feel loved by God and his children. It is important to feel connection and comfort both within and outside the walls of our building. I desire to continue to make Campus Students for Christ a welcoming home for those who need to feel they belong by creating a soft, loving community where “everybody is a somebody in Christ’s body.”
Megan Orsini (Undergrad): I have been attending CSC since I started school at Western. For a while, I had been feeling nudged by God to get more involved at CSC, and I felt that the Events team would be a good fit for me. Events are a great way to get to know the people around you and can be the beginning of a relationship with God. I am looking forward to creating events for CSC that are intentional in building relationships with other students, but most importantly with God.
Hannah Akers (Undergrad): “I am looking forward to serving on the Women’s Ministry Team for so many reasons! I cannot wait to connect with the women of CSC, foster relationships formed between these ladies, and just share the love of Jesus with the women God brings into this ministry!
Olivia Luzadder (Undergrad): I’ve been regularly attending CSC since my freshman year of college. It’s one of the main reasons that I chose Western Illinois University, and it continues to be a big part of my time here on campus. I’ve been interested in joining the leadership team for a year or so, now, and just felt drawn to women’s ministry. I love being around and growing with the women of CSC, and I’m looking forward to leading them in the best way I can!
Jeremie Kuleka (Undergrad): I am excited to grow with the men’s ministry at CSC and help each other become Ephesians 5 men. I believe that we need more true Christian men in today’s secular culture. The goal of men’s ministry is to get closer to Christ.
Joshua Stinson (Undergrad): I’ve served on the events team for about a year and a half, but I’ve decided to switch to men’s ministry. I’ve recently felt a real passion and drive to help grow the community of men at CSC and equip our men to become the leaders and the examples for generations to come. One of my favorite quotes about men’s ministry comes from Jim Ramos: “When a man gets it, everyone wins.” Come talk to me and let’s have some fun and grow as we study God’s Word together! Oh, and Go Packers!
Priscilla Ofei-Manu (Grad): Hello! My name is Priscilla, and I will be serving as a student leader on the Prayer & Christian Unity department. Consistent prayer has dramatically improved my discipleship. The privilege to communicate with the creator through Jesus’ name is a secret weapon that Christians possess, and it is my desire to see a revival of prayer at CSC. Jesse (CSC staff) will be my mentor, and I will be looking forward to holding weekly prayer meetings and prayer events in this ministry. I also look forward to praying with all the wonderful people who are and will be involved in the ministry.
Ashia Dixon (Undergraduate): I am very excited to see what God has in store for the CSC community through prayer. I believe prayer is one of the most powerful weapons we have against the enemy.
Kaylee Hammer (Undergrad): Hello! I am very excited to be serving on the Missions Team here at CSC! I have had a passion for missions for quite some time now. I’m glad I will get to grow in my faith through these mission trips and help others grow in their faith through mission trips as well! I’m very excited to be serving the Lord by helping and serving those in need.
Al Evans (Undergraduate)