The Campus House is a community of students who are excited about the relationship God has initiated with us through Jesus.  The students who take responsibility for this ministry make up the Campus House Servant Team.

They are:

Marly Eggars
Jessie Rogers
Bree Bailey
Caleb Harrison





Mike Luzadder, Campus minister

Mike is a graduate of Johnson University and of Emmanuel Christian Seminary.  He loves:
writing sermons
playing with his puppy Gertie
peppering his wife Jami with gifts


Katy Woodward, Associate Campus Minister

Katy joined the Campus House team in October 2018. Graduate of Milligan College and Emmanuel Christian Seminary, she’s actively served as a minister to the next generation for 10+ years. Katy is wife to Stephen, mom to Elliott & Graham, and she loves sharing life and good food with college students. Katy leads several small groups that change from semester to semester.


Daniel and Rachelle Curtis, ministers to International Students

My name is Daniel Curtis, and my wife, Rachelle, and I have been working with Campus House as international student ministers for the past year. Campus House plays a special role in our lives as the setting in which we forge meaningful life-long relationships and grow closer to God and His calling for our lives. Our primary role here is helping nurture student’s relationships with one another as well as with Jesus. As international student ministers we try to emphasize to our students the importance of community. We try to build community at Campus House by befriending every person that walks through our door and encouraging them to get plugged into the various events Campus House hosts throughout the week. We realize we have the privilege to get to know international students who are pursuing an education at East Tennessee State University (ETSU) and we hope to show them that our community is their community. We want people to see that Campus House is their community, ministry and place of worship. ETSU is a melting pot of traditional and international students, and the allure is obvious. This is a setting in which people can learn so much about one another and we simply want to be present to encourage them in their relationships, studies and their life journey. We hope to connect with students and help them see that this community doesn’t just belong to the long-time residents, this is the student’s community as well. Come connect with us at a Things That Matter invest group that meets one day out of the week, come on Wednesday and worship with us or come meet some new faces at our gathering every Friday night called World Café.




The Campus House is overseen by a Board of Advisors.