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About Baylor Cru

Get to know what we're all about

the big picture

Our Mission

Win, build, and send Christ-centered, multiplying disciples who launch spiritual movements.

Our Vision

Movements everywhere so that everyone knows someone who truly follows Jesus.

Our Values

Gospel, Community, Mission…with an emphasis on Gospel!

meet our team


David loves hunting, fishing, and anything to do with the outdoors. More than that he loves Jesus, his wife, Laura, and his two boys Thomas and James. He is a graduate of the University of Texas and is currently working on his Masters degree at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.


Originally from the Chicago suburbs, Laura moved to Texas in 2014 after marrying David. After 15 years on staff with Cru (2 years in New Zealand, 5 years at U. of Illinois, and 8 years at Baylor), she still loves discipleship and helping women know what God’s Word says. Being outdoors, unhurried conversations, watching her kids learn new things and taking naps are just a few of the things that bring her joy.

Bio and pic coming soon!

Bio and pic coming soon!

Bio and pic coming soon!

Bio and pic coming soon!


Hannah and her husband David recently moved to Waco after spending the past six years in College Station. Hannah graduated from A&M in 2019 and has been in ministry since then. She loves working with college girls and especially has a heart for sorority ministry. You’ll probably find her with friends, trying new places in town, or spending time with her husband and dog Lenny!


Sean is originally from Oklahoma, but graduated from Baylor in the Fall of 2021. He enjoys country music, reading, and all things sports. If you want to hang out, you’ll find him eating fried chicken, watching college football, or playing pickup at the SLC.

The gospel is this: We are more sinful and flawed in ourselves than we ever dared believe, yet at the very same time we are more loved and accepted in Jesus Christ than we ever dared hope. - Tim Keller