Eric has been committed to campus ministry for twenty years as a student, volunteer, and campus minister. He’s kinda old, but we love him. We also love his family, wife, Denise, and boys, Zachary and Jonathan, when they come and play with us. Eric keeps us connected to other Wesley Foundations throughout the state, and keeps us up to date on the happenings of the global church.
Muriel graduated from Arkansas State University with her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design. She is originally from Marshall, AR and is interested in young adult/youth ministry. This summer she is a youth study leader at the Arkansas Conference School of Christian Missions and the Director at Wesley’s own Delta PRIDE. She working at Wesley because she loves being involved with campus ministry. She hopes to extend Wesley’s ministry beyond the doors in the coming years and help it continue to grow.
Megan has been at ASU since 2008 but a part of the Wesley Foundation for as long as she can remember. It's a bit of a family tradition--most of her older siblings (five of them) went to ASU and the Wesley, and she was here by their sides. So when it was her turn to go to college, she knew the Wesley was going to be a central part of that. She says it hasn't always been easy balancing school, friends, family, work and church with her commitments at Wesley but she wouldn't give it up for the world. This year Megan is helping with event planning and outreach. She says nothing makes her happier than introducing new students to the wonderful people at the Wesley.
Alan Pillow, Intern
Alan has been going to the Wesley for a few years now. He started out playing drums on Tuesday nights in the Praise Band. Eventually he began travelling with the band to different churches on Sundays and joined the Wesley Foundation’s Leadership Team. Alan says it’s been a wonderful experience so far, and he looks forward to working with the group of people that have been placed in front of him. This year he is an intern and Wesley’s Worship Leader. He expects this year to be a good one, and he can’t wait to see what the new challenges of the spring semester will bring.