Articles on Target-audience:roles/volunteer

International Christian Schools

List of schools that STINT teachers can look to apply to.

Lord, How Do I Use My Time?

“Everybody said I was a fool when I resigned,” said Sonia Pandya, former IT worker in South Asia. But after 16 years in the workforce, Sonia decided it was better for her to stay at home. She didn’t know what she would do to fill her days, but God did.

Longing for a More Meaningful Workday?

One woman’s testimony on how she became a believer and now shares her faith in the office.


Valor is the Cru ministry for college and high school ROTC cadets and midshipmen, veterans on college campuses, and cadets at foreign military service academies.

Contact the Volunteer Office

Contact us for more information about volunteer opportunities in Orlando, FL, or in other locations.

Volunteer Profiles

"Harry and I retired in 1981 after 28 years of Navy life. In 1994, we began volunteering at Cru. The atmosphere there is just underscribable. People show an active interest in our lives.

American Combat Veterans Need You

One of the greatest challenges soldiers and their spouses are facing is Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Learn how your church can care for military families in crisis.

What to put in a military care package

The biggest gift in a care package is the knowledge that you cared enough to send one.

Makings of a Leader

Andrea Buczynki, Cru’s Vice President for Global Leadership and Development, provides an explanation and overview of the roles and responsibilities of a leader that are the foundation of our ministry’s leadership model.

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