Many universities offer co-ed dorms and showers, “sex week” celebrations, and a persistent criticism of Judeo-Christian values. Is this the kind of college atmosphere you want your son or daughter to experience?
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served in the Colorado Legislature, U.S. House of Representatives from 1972 to1978 and the United States Senate from 1978 to 1990. He was a member of the Senate Finance Committee, the Senate Banking Committee, and the Senate Budget Committee. For six years, he served as Chairman of the Senate Republican Policy Committee.
Deciding not to seek reelection in 1990, Senator Armstrong returned to Colorado to fulfill "three goals – to Praise the Lord, have some fun, and make some money."
He is Chairman of Cherry Creek Mortgage Company, one of the state’s largest lending institutions and of Greenwood Capital, also a mortgage banking firm, and Blueberry Systems, a software development company.
Bill has an active personal ministry of evangelism and has presented gospel messages at hundreds of prayer breakfasts, outreach events, and rallies. For the past 15 years, he has been a member of the Board of Campus Crusade for Christ. He is the recipient of numerous awards and honorary degrees from eight universities.
Bill is married to the former Ellen M. Eaton of Chadron, Nebraska. The Armstrongs have two children and eight grandchildren.
Colorado Christian University
is a nondenominational liberal arts institution serving more than 2,500 students. Established in 1914, CCU has a long-standing presence of Christian education in Colorado, across the United States and beyond.