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By on September 5, 2015 in ACU Missions, Alumni News, Series with 0 Comments
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Kyle Stephens, D.O. (’05 M.Div.)

It wasn’t by design that Kent (’03) and Amber (Carroll ’06) Brantly became Abilene Christian University’s best-known alumni couple. In fact, they will be the first to tell you “we are just regular folks seeking the Lord’s will for our lives,” as Amber said in an interview for the new Spring-Summer 2015 issue of ACU Today magazine.

We know countless other students and alumni may consider themselves “regular folks,” while they serve in extraordinary ways as the hands and feet of Jesus throughout the world.

The current issue of ACU Today spotlights several of these, among them: Lesca Hadley, M.D. (’92); Randy (’94) and Anda (Adams ’94) Brown; Taylor Tidmore, M.D. (’99); Kyle Stephens, D.O. (’05 M.Div.); Ray (’80) and Star (Light ’82) Ferguson; David M. Vanderpool, M.D. (’82) and his wife, Laurie (Stallings ’81); David Jr. (’10) and Devin (Anderson ’11) Vanderpool; Shepherd Mbumwae (’95) and his wife, Ruhtt Jaime (’96); and Danny Sims (’85) and his wife Suzanne (Michna ’89).

Lesca Hadley, M.D. (’92)

Lesca Hadley, M.D. (’92)

We’d like to spotlight others.

Whether you serve as a full-time medical missionary or devote your vacation days to volunteer, we ask you to share your favorite photos online with the hashtag #ACUmissions. Include a sentence or two telling us about the photo and why it is meaningful to you.

Or you can email your favorites to Robin Saylor, robin.saylor@acu.edu.

We will share the best images with our readers on this blog, in the next printed issue and via our social media channels. We look forward to seeing the ways you are working to bring healing and the Gospel to others in need.

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Robin Saylor (M.S. ’03) is director of content strategy for University Marketing and editor of ACU Today online. In addition to writing and editing, she develops strategies to promote the university through web, social media, print publications, video, e-newsletters and other communication channels.


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