We're a group of passionate and determined students who want to make a difference in the world. Together, we work to serve our community and everyone around us by giving our time and talents to help others. We do this by participating in weekly service events and trips that take place throughout the U.S. and around the world. See below for information about annual events and trips, and click here to see our completed events and trips!
Weekly Compassion Events
Every week during the school year, we go out into the community and serve. Check out the Weekly Compassion Events
page for information on weekly, Altanta-area service opportunities through CCF. Or, fill out the compassion form
and an intern will get back with you!
Spring Break: Housing
Juarez, Mexico | March 16-24, 2019
This Spring Break, give someone the gift of a new home. Come to Juarez, Mexico to join CCF Compassion as we work with an organization named Casas por Cristo to build a house for people in need. For more information, email Neal Baker
, or sign up for more information.
End of the Year Service Trip
Puerto Rico | May 2019
Join us as we travel to areas in need of help to work on projects for those who need help the most. Contact Marc Smith
, or sign up for more information.
Details to come.
Campus Service Events
Week of Compassion
In March we will have a week of compassion where we highlight different issues every day of the week that happen all over the world. We will see how things like water, electricity, and shelter aren't as accessible to everyone in the world and discuss things we can do to help! Please contact Marc Smith
if you have any questions.
More Compassion Events
Check the weekly CCF Grapevine email newsletter for updates on regularly scheduled events, as well as information on other events that may be going on throughout the semester! Subscribe to the newsletter here!
Meet the Compassion Staff
CCF is run by a group of interns who rotate each school year, and work closely with the ministry's eight full-time, adult staff members. We have three interns and one staff member dedicated to CCF's compassion events and ministry. Read below to learn all about the compassion staff, and visit the staff page to learn about the rest of the staff.
| Associate Minister | email@example.com
Marc Smith graduated from Georgia Tech with a degree in Mechanical Engineering in 2002. The following year he interned at GTCCF, after which he married his wife Leslie. Marc and Leslie moved to TN, where Marc earned his Masters of Divinity from Emmanuel Christian Seminary. Marc has worked in student ministry since 2006. In 2011 Marc returned to GTCCF. Marc helps students fight poverty in Atlanta and around the world. God has blessed Marc & Leslie with 3 young children.
| Compassion Intern | firstname.lastname@example.org
A lot of different places! But I've lived in Atlanta the longest now!
I've had 3 guinea pigs in my life and they were all named Guinea.
Jesus is present in this community. I've been transformed by the love that I've received at CCF. I want to be an intern at CCF because I want everyone to know the incredible peace, joy, and love that comes from a relationship with Jesus.
| Compassion Intern | email@example.com
Flowery Branch, GA
I can grow a beard sometimes, food is my kryptonite, and I can quote Lion King in its entirety.
CCF has been an incredible place of growth for me these last couple of years. It’s a place where I finally felt safe and unjudged for having and asking my faith questions. It’s a place of inclusivity and love and where the people are genuinely seeking Jesus and striving to model their lives after His. I want to help direct people to this truly remarkable family and to the AMAZING grace and love of our Savior.
| Compassion Intern | firstname.lastname@example.org
Charleston, South Carolina
I’m a third degree black belt in Taekwondo and I like to freestyle rap!
CCF is a place where people can honestly and freely ask questions and learn things about God and faith, and I want to be a part of helping people understand who God is a little better. I think I’m well equipped to serve people and help them as they learn about faith, and I want to spend meaningful time with cool people!