Christian Union is committed to developing the faith and godly leadership potential of the student you care about.
If you are a parent of a student at one of the universities where Christian Union operates, we hope you are encouraged to know Christian Union is committed to developing the faith and godly leadership potential of all interested students.
Christian Union is focused on teaching and training students to grow as Christian leaders. The ministry program develops students through:
- In-depth, small-group Bible courses
- One-on-one mentorship
- High-caliber Christian speakers addressing faith and vocation
A significant aspect of the ministry is its exceptional ministry fellows; 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 need students have for regular contact with a Christian family. Visit the university page for your campus to learn more about the faculty.
“CU has been a terrific experience for my son. Not only have the weekly meetings been a source of encouragement, but also the almost-weekly lunch or coffee one-on-one times with Justin (one of the CU leaders) have been incredibly meaningful.”
- Carole Anne and James Payne
Parents of Josh Payne, Stanford Class of 2020
For most new students, their most important step is enrolling in a Christian Union Bible course. Visit the university page for your campus and read Christian Union's Statement of Faith and Ethics.
While a parent's role changes, there are significant ways to support your student's growth spiritually:
Your son or daughter is taking a huge step in their young adulthood, but you remain a significant supporter of their personal and spiritual development. Stay connected and continue to pray.
Monthly Campus Prayer Emails
Praying Parent Conference Calls
There are a variety of ways to help. You can become a financial partnerof the Christian ministry, support Christian Union at specific campus, or sponsor a life-changing Bible course. Our programs need the generous support of grateful parents, so please prayerfully consider supporting our ministry if you have or will have a student in our ministry. Learn more >
Visit with Us
If you are on campus visiting your student, we would love to connect with you. Contact your campus' Ministry Center, e-mail any of the Ministry Staff, or call 609.688.1700 at prompt, select option #101.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at 609.688.1700 at prompt, select option #101.