Adam Ashoff came on staff at TMU in fall 2016 working with the Church Relations department. In 2017 he moved across campus to give oversight to the Student Services department, which includes working with the students on Associated Student Body and all involved in Chapel Media. He received his undergraduate in Communications from Taylor University and Master of Divinity from The Master’s Seminary, and currently working on a Doctor of Ministry degree from The Master’s Seminary.
Scripture Verse: 2 Corinthians 1:24
Not that we lord it over your faith, but are workers with you for your joy; for in your faith you are standing firm.
Watching the Steelers. Talking about the Steelers. Raising my kids to love the Steelers. Debating my wife on the superiority of the Steelers to the Packers.
Chapel services are held three times a week in the MacArthur Center for students at The Master’s University. Chapel is a worship service focused upon the expository preaching of God’s word by faithful men. Chapel is the heartbeat of The Master’s University and is dedicated to empowering students to a life of enduring commitment to Christ, biblical fidelity, moral integrity, intellectual growth and lasting contribution to the Kingdom of God.Chapel Page
Week of Welcome (WOW) is intentionally designed to help make your transition to TMU a little easier. This program provides all incoming students with information about academics, student activities, student services, residence life, international programs, and much more. This week begins with check-in taking place on WOW Saturday at our WOW Welcome Tents. You proceed from there through the rest of the check-in process and finally be directed up to the dorms, for those living on campus.
Throughout WOW, new students will have the opportunity to engage with administrators, faculty, staff, and student leaders (SLS). SLS will be available throughout the week to answer any questions you may have.Week of Welcome Page