Spring Break Campaigns to Virginia Beach and Montana

Students working in fieldStudents on Virginia BeachStudents packing boxes

Spring Break Campaigns are a big part of student life at ACU. Approximately 400-500 students travel to many cities in the USA and abroad during spring break, doing everything from building churches and homes to feeding the homeless and spreading the love of Christ by serving and sharing His Word. Several of our A&E students went on campaigns this past spring.  Here is what Timber Barkley, Christy Cupp and Cason McInturff said about their Spring Break experience.

“I went on the Virginia Beach Spring Break campaign. We did a lot of manual labor and the trip was a lot of fun! The best day of the campaign was when we helped fix up a house that helps the homeless get back on their feet. Because of our work there a family got to move into the house a week earlier!” - Timber Barkley

“I went on the spring break campaign to Virginia Beach. It was a great trip. The coolest place I thought we worked for was For Kids. After working all day there, cleaning and painting and organizing things, we were told that because of our work a family could move in the next day, (For Kids shelters homeless families). I also really enjoyed getting to know more people from ACU.” - Christy Cupp

“This year I went on a spring break campaign to Bozeman, Montana with 12 other students. In Bozeman, we put on a "day camp" (vbs) for kids, we worked with their college ministry, and with the church in general. On our free day, we visited Yellowstone National Park. It was a rewarding experience and a great way to spend my spring break.” - Cason McInturff

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