Mike Armstrong Email Mike
In 1982, Mike Armstrong graduated from Ozark Christian College and came to the University of Arkansas to start a new campus ministry. He called that ministry Christ on Campus, and has been here ever since.
Mike is the director of Christ on Campus and communicates the overall vision and direction God has given ConC to the network of churches and individuals God uses to make ministry at the University possible. Mike teaches most Sunday mornings at Christ on Campus, disciples students, and provides counseling.
Mike is also a track official and currently serves as the President of USA Track & Field, and on the board of directors for Pioneer Bible Translators
Austin Brown Email Austin
Austin moved to Arkansas with his family in 2006 to work with Christ on Campus. He has been involved with campus ministry since 1999--through his time as a student leader with CCH at NWMSU, and later at with CCF at MWSU as a volunteer and board member.
Austin is involved with worship & technical stuff, discipleship and counseling, community involvement, and CORD communities.
Austin is also a licensed counselor in the community, and is married to Amy and they have 3 children.
Cory Garren Email Cory
Cory graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2010 with a degree in Biochemistry. He was involved in Christ on Campus throughout his 4 years of school. After graduating, he served a 1-year internship with Christ on Campus. During that year, God gave him a passion for international students and led him to be on staff full-time, where he continues to work with students from around the world.
Cory is primarily involved with international students, discipleship, Cord communities and other stuff going on at Christ on Campus.
Kirstyn Garren Email Kirstyn
Kirstyn graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2010 and stuck around to be an intern with Christ on Campus for a year after graduation. Kirstyn spent the next 2 years teaching in the Palestinian territories before returning Arkansas where she works with Christ on Campus mentoring, helping with CORD communities, worship and community involvement.