Welcome Parents, Families and Friends
Christian Union is committed to developing the faith and godly leadership potential of the student you care about.
Whether you are a parent, grandparent, youth leader, or friend of a student in or entering one of the universities where Christian Union operates, we hope you are encouraged to know University Christian Union is committed to developing the faith and godly leadership potential of students.
Christian Union is focused on teaching and training students to grow as Christian leaders. The ministry program develops students through:
A significant aspect of the ministry is staffing by exceptional ministry fellows. Because of the high caliber of students attending these schools, Christian Union’s ministry faculty has substantial education and real-world experience.
In addition, many ministry fellows have families and open their homes reguarly to students, meeting the often unspoken need students have for regular contact with a Christian family. Visit the university page for your campus to learn more about the faculty.
"We have seen first-hand the way our son has grown in his faith, been mentored and discipled, and given opportunities to lead through Christian Union. This is a place where students, who are seeking to know more about Jesus, can come. They will be loved and cared for in a Christ-like way."
- Dr. Keith and Jennifer Superdock
Parents to Matt, Princeton Class of 2013
Next StepsFor most new students, their most important step is enrolling in a Christian Union Bible course. Visit the university page for your campus and learn more.
While a parent's role changes, there are significant ways to support your student's growth spiritually.
You can subscribe to monthly prayer updates from specific campuses where Christian Union operates. Include your email address, name, and which campus prayer updates you would like to receive. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Support the MinistryThere are a variety of ways to help. You can become a financial partner of the Christian ministry, support Christian Union at specific campus, or sponsor a life-changing Bible course. Learn more >
Your son or daughter is taking a huge step in their young adulthood, but you remain a significant supporter their personal and spiritual development. Stay connected and continue to pray.