Arnold appointed to national organization

Joshua Arnold, resident director and director of housing and student development at Tabor College, has been selected to lead the New Professional?s Collaborative for the Association for Christians in Student Development.

Arnold will serve a two-year term with the national organization and will be responsible for assembling a leadership team for his collaborative group.

The student development staff at Tabor College holds membership in the Association for Christians in Student Development, which promotes the integration of biblical principles into student affairs work, and the integration of Scripture and the Christian faith into the student development profession.

Arnold, who joined the staff at Tabor College in 2006, graduated from Life Pacific College (Christiansburg, Va.) with a bachelor?s degree in theology in 2003.

He served as a church planter with the Christian and Mission?ary Alliance in Iowa, from 2003-2006.

He earned a master?s degree in student affairs from Regent University in 2007.

Joshua and wife Holly live on campus with their two children, Isabella and Isaac. He said life at Tabor is rewarding.

?What I love about Tabor is, not only do we have a rich heritage of faith, but that faith continues to guide our practice, even today,? Arnold said.

?It is a privilege and pleasure to serve at an institution who would describe itself as ?Decidedly Christian.??

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