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Senior Spotlight: Brian Pierce

Each and every member of Axiom holds a special place in the heart of the ministry.  Whether you are a part of the leadership team,serve on campus with us,  join us for retreats, or just worship with us Thursday nights, your presence makes a difference, and when you leave, you are missed.  We want to give our graduating seniors the opportunity to speak their wisdom into our lives, and give our underclassmen the chance to meet, and be influenced by, the students who have come before them.   (If you’re a part of Axiom and graduating this spring, please send us an email!)

  • What did you study, and why?

I studied Engineering Mechanics (TAM). At the time, I chose it because it sounded pretty interesting. I think that’s about all most high school students can say around that time. I stuck with it because it rocks – that’s all there is to it.

  •  How did you find Axiom, and how did God use it in your life?

I went to some other Christian ministries for the first half of freshman year, but eventually, God placed me at Axiom through a friend. I instantly knew this was the ministry for me, and have stuck around ever since. God has used Axiom to broaden my perspective on what it means to sincerely follow Christ, as well as to give me lots of examples of people showing Christ’s love on a daily basis.

  •  What are you up to now; do you have any plans in the works for the future?

Headed to Stanford to study more TAM.

  •  Advice for incoming students?

Invest as much as you can into as few things as possible. Pick a club or activity or group and run with it. And if you’re wondering what group to pick – pick Axiom!

Much love,

Brian Pierce, Graduated: May 2011


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