Nancy and Levi Meszaros, our Chaplain and Assistant Chaplain, have announced they will both be moving to Andrews University for the upcoming school year to pursue Master's of Divinity degrees.
“The memories we have made here will be forever cherished in our hearts and minds,” Nancy Meszaros shared. “We have enjoyed our time here at CA. Through much prayer and discussions with each other, we believe the LORD is calling us to start the next chapter in our lives: to return to Andrews University for our Masters. We will both start the MDiv program this August, and we are looking forward to growing in our knowledge of the Bible and love of the LORD. Our plan is to move into pastoral ministry together. We are excited about this next step in our journey. Thank you again for all the memories, and please keep us in your prayers as we keep you in ours.”
Campion students shared how they appreciated the Meszaros (commonly known as Mrs. and Mr. May) during their time here:
“I appreciate how uplifting Mrs. May is and the peacemaker she is. I love how she really wants the Campion students to have a personal relationship with Christ, and I like how she displays Christ-like characteristics.” - Ariel
“Mr. May has been a great addition to Campion Academy, and I will be very sad to see him go. His straightforwardness and honesty bring so much to this campus, as does his unique sense of humor. As for my feelings about Mr. and Mrs. May leaving, I am very sad and I know we will all feel their absence, but I know that they will bring the same Godly attributes to other places as they brought to Campion.” - Lily
“Mrs. May’s connection with God is highly reflected in her dedication to her work. She serves God with a selfless heart and makes sure all her students know and get to experience Christ on a personal level. I personally appreciate how her young heart mentors us into becoming better people. I remember having a sleepover at her house with my friends after a faculty family dinner. Mrs. May excitedly told us of her younger days, and I got to experience her ‘not-teacher-side’ and just get to know her as a person. She is so fun to be around. Thinking back to the fun time we had together makes me emotional. She has supported and encouraged me to be a leader. I know God is with her, ready to use her as a blessing in many other lives like mine.” - Tiffany
“Mr. May is an incredible singer and teacher, I’ve really enjoyed him not only as our sub teacher for choir, but as the SWAT team leader as well. Singing and learning from him is an experience I will miss.” - Ariana
“I’m very grateful that I got to have Mrs. May as a Bible teacher this year. I appreciate how much she genuinely cares for us and her passion to bring us closer to God. She has been such a great teacher to me, and through her I’ve gotten to learn so much and grow in my relationship with God.” - Chrishella
“Well, it’s heartbreaking that the Mays are leaving; I got close to Mr. May when I sang at church for one of my first times, and he said I had a good voice and should sing more upfront. Since that time, we talked a lot and he shared good details of his life with me, and I’d be glad to call him a friend. He’s told me that I remind him of himself when he was younger, and that really inspires me to keep pushing myself in singing and knowing that I can be better. Later this year he became my voice coach, and I really appreciate him in every way. He is honest and that’s one of the key points that brought us together. I’ll miss him a lot.” - Brayan
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