We’ve been able to increase our giving over time to make it more and more impactful... We hope our scholarship produces a lifelong appreciation for music and the role it plays in faith.
Ryan '97 & Lyndsay '96 Ermeling
The new music facilities will allow each student an opportunity to hone his or her individual craft, be it music technology in the state-of-the-art recording studio or ensemble rehearsals in beautiful practice spaces.
Gretchen Sheetz '14
As God blessed us we were able to increase our giving. Concordia is right at the top of our list.
Kelly & Cheryl Keithly
What we like about the endowment we set up is that it will help many students long after we’re gone.
Don & Wanda Lahn
Concordia has meant a world of opportunities ... to grow academically, spiritually, and relationally. It has shown me the task laid before me in the Great Commission and given me practical and creative ways in which to fulfill it.
Concordia, to me, is a place I call home, a learning environment, and where I can love and discover God. What I’m looking forward to in the new facilities are the opportunities they will provide and the impact they will make in students’ careers at Concordia.
I feel as though they are constructing this building for me. The additional practice rooms, the larger and acoustically rich rehearsal halls, the professional recording studio ... I plan to take advantage of it all.
When you know there is something that really is needed, you become personally involved and that’s gratifying.
Concordia has meant everything to me. I’ve been connected to so many people, events, and resources that this school offers. I’ve grown in my faith walk so much, and it’s been exciting knowing I’m involved with a community that supports me and constantly surrounds me with Christ’s love.
What Concordia has meant to me is countless amounts of lifelong memories, teammates, friends and life lessons that I will never forget.
Ryan Land '17
What excites me about the new facilities is the extra space and new equipment that will help enrich my education both inside and outside the classroom.
I learned that despite many adversities, I am capable of stepping up to be a leader. I got involved with the Hungary mission trip and found that my passion is teaching.
Taylor Kelso '17