We serve in university communities across America where COM staff and volunteers impact the lives of thousands of Chinese students and scholars each year.
Do you enjoy making friends, learning about other cultures, and sharing Christ’s love? There are opportunities to serve at universities in all parts of the U.S. You could be involved with an existing campus team and serve longside experienced coworkers. Or, if you already have experience and skills, you could plant a new ministry at a location where COM doesn’t already have staff.
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Below is a list of universities that have COM staff:
University of Alabama at Birmingham; Birmingham, AL
California State University; Sacramento, CA
Stanford University; Stanford, CA
University of California, Berkeley; CA
University of California; Davis, CA
University of California; Riverside, CA
University of California; San Diego, CA
Colorado State University; Pueblo, CO
University of Central Florida; Orlando, FL
Emory University; Atlanta, Georgia
University of Georgia; Athens, GA
Illinois Institute of Technology; Chicago, IL
University of Chicago; Chicago, IL
University of Illinois at Chicago; Chicago, IL
DePaul University; Chicago, IL
Rush University Medical Center; Chicago, IL
Columbia College Chicago; Chicago, IL
Purdue University; West Lafayette, IN
University of Louisville; Louisville, KY
University of Maryland; College Park, MD
Harvard Medical School; Boston, MA
University of Michigan; Ann Arbor, MI
University of Minnesota; Minneapolis / St. Paul, MN
University of Minnesota Crookston; Crookston, MN
University of New Mexico; Albuquerque, NM
Renssalaer Polytechnic Institute; Troy, NY
The State University of New York at Albany; Albany, NY
Duke University; Durham, NC
North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University; Greensboro, NC
North Carolina State University; Raleigh, N.C.
University of North Carolina at Greensboro; Greensboro, NC
Wake Forest University; Winston-Salem, NC
University of North Dakota; Grand Forks, ND
Kent State University; Kent, OH
Ohio State University; Columbus, OH
Oregon Health & Sciences University; Portland, OR
Portland State University; Portland, OR
Carnegie Mellon University; Pittsburgh, PA
Drexel University; Philadelphia, PA
Duquesne University; Pittsburg, PA
Franklin & Marshall; Lancaster, PA
Penn State Abington; Abington, PA
Penn State University; State College, PA
St. Joseph's University; Philadelphia, PA
Temple University; Philadelphia, PA
University of Pennsylvania; Philadelphia, PA
University of Pittsburgh; Pittsburgh, PA
University of Tennessee; Knoxville, TN
Southern Methodist University; Dallas, TX
Texas Christian University; Fort Worth, TX
University of Texas at Arlington; Arlington, TX
University of Texas at Dallas; Richardson, TX
Dallas Baptist University; Dallas, TX
George Mason University; Fairfax, VA
Virginia Tech; Blacksburg, VA
Green River College; Auburn, WA
University of Washington; Seattle, WA
University of Wisconsin-Madison; Madison, WI
University of Waterloo; Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
China Outreach Ministries is a Christian mission organization which focuses on Giving Christ to China’s Future Leaders (i.e. current university students, research scholars, and professionals) at universities and research centers, primarily in North America, by:
Each year thousands of Chinese students and scholars are introduced to the gospel through COM ministry on university campuses. As many become followers of Jesus, we walk alongside them, equipping them to live out their faith in their families, communities, and professions. Each year, COM sends transformed Christian leaders back to China, prepared and committed to being ambassadors of the gospel for their own people and culture.
China Outreach Ministries is an incorporated, nonprofit organization committed to the historic evangelical Christian faith. COM works cooperatively with a variety of ministries and churches to serve the whole body of Christ and is not officially connected to a particular church or denomination.
China Outreach Ministries (COM) staff reach out to Chinese students and scholars in university communities across the United States, helping them adapt to life in America and introducing them to Jesus.
President: Rev. Daniel Su has served as President of China Outreach Ministries since spring, 2017. Prior to this, he had served with COM for many years in various capacities as a campus staff member, Area Director, Special Assistant to the President, Executive Vice President and board member. He also served in a leadership role in a church plant in the Houston area and pastored that growing church for seven years. Daniel had the joy of baptizing many as they came to faith each year. Daniel is a graduate of Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary (1991).
Director of Campus Ministry: Glenn Kenadjian has served with COM since 1994. He has a BS in Engineering from the University of Michigan and an MA in Philosophy of Religion from Trinity International University. In addition to his role as Director of Campus Ministry, Glenn also serves as COM Training Director and engages in personal ministry with Chinese students and scholars at the University of Central Florida.
Director of Development: Kirk Zuercher joined the staff of China Outreach Ministries in 2010 after working for 20 years in the corporate world. Kirk has a BA in Accounting and Business Administration from Trevecca Nazarene University. Kirk joined the COM leadership team in 2019 after serving as a campus staff at Penn State University for 8 years.
Human Resources Administrator and Interim Director of Mobilization: Jesse Burns is strongly gifted in administration, and he has a passion for serving COM missionaries and staff. Jesse joined COM in 2016 after a 28-year career in business management. His broad educational background includes international studies in Russia, England, and Switzerland in association with the International Business Institute and Messiah College, Pennsylvania.
Director of Church Partnerships: Beau Miller focuses primarily on engaging local churches and volunteers in international student ministry, a topic he has extensively researched. He also ministers among Chinese students and scholars in Baltimore. Beau was previously Executive Director of ACMI, and prior to this, led the local international outreach of Briarwood Church (PCA) in Birmingham, Alabama. He earned an MDiv (Missions) from Reformed Theological Seminary and a DMin (Global Studies) from Columbia International University. Beau is ordained in the Presbyterian Church in America.