About us


Dwell Campus Ministry is a ministry of Ambassadors for Christ (A4C) which is a registered student organization on the University of Arizona campus. Our affiliation allows us the opportunity to hold events on campus for students. We also have membership on the University Religious Council, a group which aims to ensure the safety of students when engaging with religious groups on campus. Dwell Campus Ministry and A4C welcome all students to be members of our organization, regardless of their religious beliefs.

A4C is funded and overseen by the Arizona Campus Missions Foundation (ACMF), which is supported by alumni and friends of the ministry across the nation. Our mission aims to reach students attending the University of Arizona and Pima Community College.

Dwell is a group defined by the love of God and we are devoted to sharing it with others. We hope that students will feel at home with us, be challenged for good by us, grow in faith with us, question with us, share hope with us, care for others with us and love Jesus more with us.

Our ministers:


Amy Kendall

Campus Minister

Amy recently left the snow and mountains of Boulder, CO to experience life in the desert and all it has to offer. She started her vocation in ministry as a missionary in Moscow, Russia, then served as a Children's Minister in Northern CA when she returned to the US. After completing graduate school at Fuller Seminary, Amy went on to write language books and resources for adoptive families, served as a New Testament Adjunct Professor at Colorado Christian University and led a Campus Ministry at CU Boulder called Climb. She has an incredible husband and three almost-grown children who are her pride and joy. Amy loves Bible discussions, any kind of travel, home renovation shows, and (when pressed) will admit that she knows way too much pop culture news. Sitting and talking with college students over a cup of coffee might just be Amy's favorite sport though, so don't hesitate to reach out to her!


Jessica Knapp PhD

Associate Campus Minister

Jessica moved to Tucson in 1999 as a grad student at the University of Arizona.  She was a member of Ambassadors 4 Christ and taught math courses at the U of A, first as a grad student and then as an adjunct professor. She graduated in 2006 with her PhD in Mathematics Education from Arizona State University.  After graduation, Jessica worked as a professor of mathematics at Pima Community College for several years while also volunteering for 14 years as a youth minister. Before moving here, she earned a BA in Public Relations and a BS in Mathematics from Pepperdine University, and still loves the beach (and Humpback Whales).


Jessica married her husband and fellow adventurer in life in 2001.  They met through A4C. Together they have produced four adorable little ones. She loves working with students, reading, singing, teaching, SCUBA diving, snorkeling, and traveling. She has a passion for talking about God and all things chocolate.

Student leaders:

Pics and bios coming soon!