[gn_dropcap style=”1″]B[/gn_dropcap]ob and Sandie Anderson moved to Manhattan, Kansas in 1972 as the first full time Baptist Student Union director. The ministry was small and they gave the majority of their time to meeting students, opening their home, starting small groups and training leaders. Through the years God has blessed deeply as hundreds of students have met Christ, grown in Him, become faithful Christ followers and multiplying disciples. Today K-State BSU Christian Challenge alumni are serving the cause of Christ all over the world. The ministry continues to grow and remains committed to helping students in one on one disciplemaking, becoming effective leaders, and gaining a vision of God using their lives to impact His world.
Staff: Robbie and Gail Nutter, Bob and Sandie Anderson, Dave & Darla Gevock, Nate & Erika Sapp, Brian & Mind Sturm, Jessica Tonne, Casey Will
Robbie graduated from KSU in 1997, joining Christian Challenge staff that summer where he has worked ever since except for about 2 1/2 years when he and his wife lived overseas. Robbie married Gail in 1998, and they have 3 children. Robbie working at Christian Challenge, loves coaching his son’s baseball team…and wishes he had more time to fish!
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Nate grew up in Nairobi, Kenya as a missionary kid and came to K-State in the fall of 2000. He met Erika, his lovely wife and partner in ministry, through Christian Challenge and they were married the summer of 2004. He then joined staff January 2005, after graduation from K-State with a Secondary Education degree, as the worship leader and loves his job of connecting with college students and leading them in worship.
Brian grew up in Haysville, KS and originally came to KSU as an architecture student. He came to faith in Christ his sophomore year and then transferred to MCC to get a degree in Bible and pastoral ministry. He met his wife Mindi through Christian Challenge and was married and came on staff in 1997. Brian oversees LIFE Group ministry and leadership training.