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What we believe.
Where we meet.
Thrive Student Ministries is grateful to the Glynn and Kim Fulmer family for our student center on campus. “Brad’s House” received its name in memory of the Fulmer’s son, Brad Norris. Brad was a student at the university who was killed in 2008 by a drunk driver. He was traveling south on I-540 when a drunk driver struck Brad’s vehicle as the driver was traveling on the wrong side of the interstate. Not only does the property hold a great value to the ministry in which Brad was a founding member, but it holds a great value to the family and friends of Brad Norris who gave their money and time to create a ministry center in his name. Brad was a great son, brother, and friend. Above all, he was a dedicated Christian who took the responsibility of sharing Christ with others to heart.
who we are.
University of Arkansas Students
We are a group of college students who love God. We are using the time we have right now to grow closer to God and each other through disciplines like reading the bible, praying, and fellowship. We believe the practices we pursue in college will set us on a path for our futures. And finally, we want you to join us!
I am the director for Thrive Student Ministries at the U of A and also help guide the direction of Pathway Baptist Church's ministries. I have a passion for personal discipleship and seeing this generation become active in their faith.
I serve as the Assistant Director of Thrive as well as the Creative Director of Pathway Baptist Church. Originally from Houston, I came to Arkansas in 2016 and came to Thrive during the Spring semester of my freshman year. During my time in college, I served as worship leader, small group leader, and team lead before graduating from the U of A in 2020. I am a coffee enthusiast and love music and sports. To learn more about me and my story, click "here" to tune in to my interview episode on the Pathway Podcast.