In Alumni

It’s one of the great distinctives of Cairn: Our president is an alum who has deep and personal roots with many who have attended Cairn. Days into the COVID-19 situation, Dr. Williams expressed his availability to record a message especially for our grads.

If you watch his full video, you’ll hear about the following:

  • How Cairn has pivoted, but continues in full force
  • How you can pray for Cairn
  • How God has uniquely provided financially
  • How the Cairn community has come together uniquely

And, of course, there are more videos to see. If you only have time for the short clip above, you can at least hear how we are praying for alumni like you. Other videos can be found on Facebook or Instagram.

As always, let me know if there is any way we can help or support you. It is my hope that this message will be one more reminder of the uniquely deep connections that are woven into the fabric of our alma mater.

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  • Ross & Nancy Weidman
    Reply

    Thank you Todd. Good to hear from you and the university. Ross (69) and Nancy (71) Weidman. Lancaster PA

  • Frank Severn
    Reply

    Thank you for a very encouraging word, I thank God for Cairn U.

  • Janice Shehan
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    Thanks Dr. Williams! Great message! Our hearts still belong to CU! We are praying for you, the staff and students. We are so thankful for the godly impact made on the students as Jesus remains the core at CU! Blessings from Janice, Larry and Brigid Shehan (2015)!

  • Jim Kirkner
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    Thank you, Todd for your encouraging message and updates as to what is transpiring with students, and the university as a whole. I do lift you and Dawn and the rest of the administrative staff, faculty, students and board members before the Lord on a regular basis and thank Him for His provision for each of you as you serve Him each day. Keep up the good work you are all doing to educate young men and women to serve the Lord Jesus now and in the future. I treasure my time and education at PCB (Cairn) many years ago. Much learned, some forgotten but He is still teaching me at 85.

    Blessings,

    Jim

  • Jamie Gleason
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    Dr. Williams…thanks for the message. I really appreciate the candid updates and the prayer you and the rest of the university are offering up on behalf of your students and alum! May God continue His work!

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