Win, build, and send Christ-centered multiplying disciples who launch spiritual movements.
Movements everywhere so that everyone knows someone who truly follows Jesus.
Gospel, Community, Mission. With and emphasis on Gospel!
Follower of Christ. Cru staff member. Recovering fratstar. Originally a Dentonite. Now a Longhorn in Baylor Bear country.
Loves David. Loves the Lord even more. One fourth Kiwi. At heart a Fighting Illini who misses Chicago but is learning to love Texas.
Hailing from Ft. Worth, a Oklahoma Sooner with a strong passion for sharing the Gospel. She will have the best costume at the next party you see her at, don’t even bother trying to compete. Easily the most excited person on the team.
Originally from Midland Texas, Daniel attended Texas Tech university and interned with Cru there immediately after. He then served Moscow Russia for a year before joining staff and coming to Baylor. If Daniel isn’t sharing his faith and discipling men on campus you will likely find him doing something outdoors. Daniel loves fishing, hunting, paddle boarding, and ultimate frisbee.
Husband to Brie. Father to Ellie. Jeff was born and bred in Pennsylvania and served five years with the campus ministry there before following God’s call to move to Texas. Jeff loves to read and finds great joy in being surrounded by books.
Brie was born in Austin, TX and even though her family moved to the frozen tundra of Minnesota when she was five, she was never able to shake her “y’all”. After twenty years away, she has now returned to her roots. Brie loves coffee, playing with her daughter, Ellie, and cooking for guests.
A local Wacoan and a 2018 Baylor grad. You will rarely see her without a smile on her face. She is great at asking questions and gets excited about opportunities for evangelism and discipleship. Her love of being goofy is only slightly edged out by her love for Garrett.
A native Dentonian, Jacob recently moved to Waco to start the Cru internship. Jacob graduated from the University of North Texas and worked at a church in Denton for the past 4 years. If he is not serving Baylor students, you’ll find him on the golf course or making coffee with friends!
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