Ethan Morrissey

Campus

Service Area: Campus Ambassadors

Ministry Focus

Ethan’s passion in ministry is seeing the lost saved, the saved discipled, and build up the body of Christ.

During his high school years Ethan was active in several church ministries. In 2010, he joined the University of Albany Campus Ambassadors and soon became a student leader.

While in that position, Ethan helped lead a small group Bible study and was mentored by the SUNY Albany Campus Ambassadors Director Steve Bugler.

During the past three years at Albany he has seen the Campus Ambassadors ministry exploding in powerful ways!

The last semester God brought an average of one soul saved a week! But since Campus Ambassadors doesn’t just seek to make converts, but rather to make true disciples of Jesus, Ethan believes there is a desperate need for further discipleship of new believers.

As a recent graduate, Ethan has felt the Lord calling him out of his field of study and into full-time campus ministry at SUNY Albany to help meet this need.

Faith Story

Ethan accepted the Lord at the age of five. Throughout his early years and high school he strove to meet his own goals and often pushed the Lord to the passenger seat.

When Ethan started college, he continued to work towards his career aspirations in politics.

While in Washington D.C. for an internship, Ethan felt the Lord calling him out of politics and into full-time ministry. After spending years trying to gain the approval of others, he realized that God’s opinion is the only one that truly mattered.

Upon arriving home, he went to a national Campus Ambassadors retreat where he finally admitted to God that not only did he want Christ to be his Savior but also his Lord.

Since then Ethan has seen the Lord use him in amazing ways. He looks forward to being used by God further through the Campus Ambassadors ministry.

Family

Ethan grew up in a Christian home and is the youngest of five children.

Education

B.A. in Public Policy/Management and Political Science, SUNY Albany, New York