Conall Doss will be working as a field minister as a part of Campus Ambassadors’ ministry at Willamette University in Salem, Oregon. He attended Willamette as an undergraduate, taking an active role in Campus Ambassadors as a student. Joining the student leadership team in 2017 and ultimately serving as the club president during his senior year (2019-2020), he participated in planning events and leading small group studies to engage fellow students with the Gospel. Now a graduate, he will continue in these activities vocationally as a campus minister. He hopes to not only maintain, but expand Campus Ambassadors’ presence on campus, providing encouragement, community, and discipleship for students of faith and opportunities for non-Christians to encounter the Gospel. He is also focused on finding new ways to do ministry during the challenge of COVID-19, which will require adjusting Campus Ambassadors’ typical routines to reach students virtually and at a distance. He is prayerfully hopeful that this year, despite its challenges, will present new opportunities, as students confronted by new stresses and deprived of many of the usual activities of college find time to consider their spiritual lives more deeply.
Conall was raised in a Christian home and family, accepting Christ at an early age. Conall felt called to ministry as a student at Willamette University, where he became involved with Campus Ambassadors. He has a passion for encouraging the faith of students, as the college years are time of incredible personal and intellectual change. It was while attending Willamette that Conall met his wife, Spencer, also a lifelong Christian, at a Campus Ambassadors’ start of the year beach trip.
Conall and Spencer were married December 30th, 2019 in Salem, Oregon.
Conall graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in History with a minor in Classics from Willamette University in May of 2020.