Homecoming Celebration at The Found
Purdue wraps up its Sesquicentennial (150 years), "Giant Leaps" Celebration on Homecoming Weekend, Saturday/Sunday, October 11 and 12th. The Found welcomes all alumni, friends, and supporters to mark the occasion with fellowship, tours, and an update on The Found's work.
Event Time & Details:
The Boilermakers will be playing the Maryland Terrapins on Saturday, October 11, 2019. The Found will be hosting a drop-in Open House from on Saturday before the Football game (time tba). If your travel plans preclude a Saturday visit to The Found, join us on Sunday for worship at 11am, followed by brunch.
Baptist Student Foundation
200 N. Russell St., West Lafayette, IN 47906
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Resident Ministry Intern
The Resident Ministry Intern is a paid position that also includes housing. If you or someone you know is interested in ministry, or is looking to change careers and would like a year of discernment as you help guide college-aged students in their own discernment and spiritual growth, click below to find out more information!
Pastor & Director
I am a family man who's passionate about the life and value of all humanity and therefore, I look forward to providing balanced pastoral and spiritual guidance and care at The Baptist Student Foundation ("The Found") and to the Purdue community. I have worked with youth and young adults as a mentor and spiritual leader in the church, on college campuses, and in culturally diverse neighborhoods. I believe that if we are to transform our world for the better, youth involvement is a vital requirement. In addition, my love for God, humanity and passions for social justice, education, inter-generational, inter-cultural ecumenical and inter-faith dialogue are just a few subject matters I look forward to engaging with the Purdue family. I have also served in the role of leadership at multiple venues, particularly as an associate minister, board member in my community and as president of the Black Ministerial Caucus at Drew University. I am the recipient of a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Social Science from The College of New Rochelle. In addition, I have also earned two post graduate degrees: Master of Divinity and Master of Sacred Theology from Drew University.
I am married to Felicia M. (Myles) Lynch and together we have three children: Jeremiah, David and Michael. We enjoy sports, movies and occasional traveling.