Founder: Chip Huber - Cornerstone University Associate VP of Student Development and Director of Athletics

"Night of Nets is one of the great passions in my life. it connects god's heart for justice, the depth of my long term friendships and love for african friends and their communities, and the tangible desperate need for the simple net that saves lives and changes futures for generations. and i can't think of a better way to engage global need and seek to end malaria in jesus' name than to leverage the power of sport and the passion of this generation of students to make lives and our world better!" 

"Night of Nets is one of the great passions in my life. it connects god's heart for justice, the depth of my long term friendships and love for african friends and their communities, and the tangible desperate need for the simple net that saves lives and changes futures for generations. and i can't think of a better way to engage global need and seek to end malaria in jesus' name than to leverage the power of sport and the passion of this generation of students to make lives and our world better!" 

Leadership Council Member: Eric Hamilton - Exercise Science (Pre-Physical Therapy) Senior

"It started with chip and the soccer team when i first came here and then when i went to Zambia last summer it became very personal for me and it made me fully dive in for this cause because i wanted to be a part of something that is bigger than myself. It has been an amazing and rewarding experience so far and I can't wait to see how it will grow in the future."

"It started with chip and the soccer team when i first came here and then when i went to Zambia last summer it became very personal for me and it made me fully dive in for this cause because i wanted to be a part of something that is bigger than myself. It has been an amazing and rewarding experience so far and I can't wait to see how it will grow in the future."

Leadership Council Member: Shelby Lile - Communications Freshman

"After doing two night of nets Events last spring at my high school, i GREW A PASSION for the malaria crisis and helping our brothers and sisters in africa! in coming to cornerstone, chip approached me about being a part of a night of nets team here on campus and I was more than excited to join a team who was making a difference! So that is why I am here! :) I hope to be able to take a trip to zambia sometime in my 4 years here at Cornerstone!"

"After doing two night of nets Events last spring at my high school, i GREW A PASSION for the malaria crisis and helping our brothers and sisters in africa! in coming to cornerstone, chip approached me about being a part of a night of nets team here on campus and I was more than excited to join a team who was making a difference! So that is why I am here! :) I hope to be able to take a trip to zambia sometime in my 4 years here at Cornerstone!"

Leadership Council Member: Reid Mitchell - Pre-Med Biology Senior

"I Got involved through soccer. my passion for night of nets was fueled through chip and the people who set up night of nets before me. i was then invited to the nothing but nets summit and really immersed myself in the issue of malaria. i had the opportunity to travel to zambia and work alongside jubilee ministries. it really put a name and face to our fellow brothers and sisters in christ struggling with malaria in africa. together I believe we can end malaria." 

"I Got involved through soccer. my passion for night of nets was fueled through chip and the people who set up night of nets before me. i was then invited to the nothing but nets summit and really immersed myself in the issue of malaria. i had the opportunity to travel to zambia and work alongside jubilee ministries. it really put a name and face to our fellow brothers and sisters in christ struggling with malaria in africa. together I believe we can end malaria." 

Leadership Council Member: Hayley Mohr - International Business Senior

"I want to do my part in the mission of the Church shown in Acts where Christ followers care for each others' needs, especially those of the sick and poor. Eradicating malaria is a tangible way in which this mission can be carried out in the lives of millions of sick and dying around the world." 

"I want to do my part in the mission of the Church shown in Acts where Christ followers care for each others' needs, especially those of the sick and poor. Eradicating malaria is a tangible way in which this mission can be carried out in the lives of millions of sick and dying around the world." 

Leadership Council Member: Lindsey Johnson (LJ) - Business Marketing, International Business, and Non-Profit Administration Sophomore

"I joined the night of nets team because of the cornerstone go trip i took to zambia this summer. after seeing the amount of people that are affected by malaria and how much help a bed net is, i knew that i had to continue to raise awareness for this problem. it is a huge goal of mine, and all the people on our team, to get rid of malaria in zambia and in africa, and it is done one net at a time. I also wanted to keep the fire burning in my heart for the amazing people in zambia; this was a way for me to feel as if i am still a part of their country. it is pushing me to be uncomfortable in my country, which is full of comfort." 

"I joined the night of nets team because of the cornerstone go trip i took to zambia this summer. after seeing the amount of people that are affected by malaria and how much help a bed net is, i knew that i had to continue to raise awareness for this problem. it is a huge goal of mine, and all the people on our team, to get rid of malaria in zambia and in africa, and it is done one net at a time. I also wanted to keep the fire burning in my heart for the amazing people in zambia; this was a way for me to feel as if i am still a part of their country. it is pushing me to be uncomfortable in my country, which is full of comfort." 

Leadership Council Member: Nick Hopkins - Sports Management Senior

"I'm involved in night of nets because I've seen the impact firsthand and want to continue to be a part of growing the kingdom of god."  

"I'm involved in night of nets because I've seen the impact firsthand and want to continue to be a part of growing the kingdom of god."  

Intern: Rachel Marker - Child and Adolescent Psychology Junior

"I joined night of nets because I have a strong passion to love and care for those around me as well as for those in need. This is an organization that allows me to demonstrate the love of christ to others while simultaneously giving me the opportunity to get others more involved in the movement. i love working alongside chip and the team, organizing events, and getting our message out there. I am amazed at the hearts of those around me who so sacrificially give of themselves so that others may have. My hope is that this team and this movement continue to grow even after we wipe out malaria."

"I joined night of nets because I have a strong passion to love and care for those around me as well as for those in need. This is an organization that allows me to demonstrate the love of christ to others while simultaneously giving me the opportunity to get others more involved in the movement. i love working alongside chip and the team, organizing events, and getting our message out there. I am amazed at the hearts of those around me who so sacrificially give of themselves so that others may have. My hope is that this team and this movement continue to grow even after we wipe out malaria."

Leadership Council Member: Kerri Hoffman - Special Education Senior

"I am involved in the night of Nets program because I have been blessed with the opportunity to see first-hand how powerful a $6 net can be.  My two weeks in Zambia were some of the best weeks of my life.  There is so much love in that country and the people truly make it such a beautiful place, which has caused me to want to help them not be victims of malaria. A piece of my heart will always remain with the many people we were able to connect with in Zambia.  Knowing that we can possibly end the malaria epidemic through partnerships and spreading awareness is just incredible."

"I am involved in the night of Nets program because I have been blessed with the opportunity to see first-hand how powerful a $6 net can be.  My two weeks in Zambia were some of the best weeks of my life.  There is so much love in that country and the people truly make it such a beautiful place, which has caused me to want to help them not be victims of malaria. A piece of my heart will always remain with the many people we were able to connect with in Zambia.  Knowing that we can possibly end the malaria epidemic through partnerships and spreading awareness is just incredible."

Leadership Council Member: Alyssa Dykstra - Education Sophomore

"i am involved in night of nets because i went to zambia this past summer and saw first hand the impact a bed net can have on families. i got to hear stories of how malaria has affected families and it has made me even more passionate about helping eradicate this problem." 

"i am involved in night of nets because i went to zambia this past summer and saw first hand the impact a bed net can have on families. i got to hear stories of how malaria has affected families and it has made me even more passionate about helping eradicate this problem." 

Leadership Council Member: Kiristin Schick - K-12 Vocal and Instrumental Music Education Senior

"I became involved with Night of Nets after going to Zambia with a group of students from Cornerstone. I will never forget giving bed nets to precious little orphans our first day there! Every person deserves to rest at night knowing that their life is not at risk from a simple mosquito bite. I am passionate about this initiative and seeing malaria eradicated in Sub-Saharan Africa!"

"I became involved with Night of Nets after going to Zambia with a group of students from Cornerstone. I will never forget giving bed nets to precious little orphans our first day there! Every person deserves to rest at night knowing that their life is not at risk from a simple mosquito bite. I am passionate about this initiative and seeing malaria eradicated in Sub-Saharan Africa!"

Leadership Council Member: Olivia Huber - Senior at Forest Hills Eastern High School

"My family has been involved with work in sub-Saharan Africa for over the past decade, but after seeing impact of malaria first-hand this past summer in Zambia, I have developed an even greater passion to help end malaria in our world. I cannot wait to see how God continues to grow Night of Nets as we work to bring hope and healing to communities through the simple tool of a $6 bed net!" 

"My family has been involved with work in sub-Saharan Africa for over the past decade, but after seeing impact of malaria first-hand this past summer in Zambia, I have developed an even greater passion to help end malaria in our world. I cannot wait to see how God continues to grow Night of Nets as we work to bring hope and healing to communities through the simple tool of a $6 bed net!" 

Leadership Council Member: Meredith Haddad - Undecided Freshman

"I believe in the missions and goals of Night of Nets because there is a huge need in Africa for bed nets and Night of Nets truly does make a difference. As a Christian community, it is important to pursue providing bed nets for families in Africa because these people are children of God. Jesus told us to feed the hungry, clothe the naked and to love the least of these and by using the resources that God blessed us with, we can do just that."

"I believe in the missions and goals of Night of Nets because there is a huge need in Africa for bed nets and Night of Nets truly does make a difference. As a Christian community, it is important to pursue providing bed nets for families in Africa because these people are children of God. Jesus told us to feed the hungry, clothe the naked and to love the least of these and by using the resources that God blessed us with, we can do just that."