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April 10, 2019
Yale Law School Discriminates Against Students Who Won't Surrender to the Moral Revolution; Dartmouth Football Players Develop Spiritual Brotherhood; What is the Gospel?; A Book that Will Transform Your Evangelism; Medical Journal Publishes Study Showing Prayer Healed Teenager of a Chronic Illness and more, in this issue of Christian Union's bi-monthly email brief.
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Great is the Lord and most worthy of praise;
     his greatness no one can fathom.
One generation commends your works to another;
     they tell of your mighty acts.
They speak of the glorious splendor of your majesty—
     and I will meditate on your wonderful works.
— Psalm 145:3-5


Yale Law School Discriminates Against Students Who Won't Surrender to the Moral Revolution

By Albert Mohler
From AlbertMohler.com
1 yalelawIn the first third of yesterday's episode of Albert Mohler's The Briefing, he examines a new policy at the Yale Law School that discriminates against its own students. "The Yale Law School," Mohler writes, "is saying this is where we stand. We're going to discriminate and call it nondiscrimination." At the heart of the matter is a new policy that says the school will no longer provide financial support for students who work or intern at organizations that do not fall in line with Yale's so-called progressive views on gender identity.

Listen to (or read) Dr. Mohler's take, from The Briefing >

Read an article on this by Yale Law student Aaron Haviland >

Dartmouth Football Players Develop Spiritual Brotherhood

By Catherine Elvy
From ChristianUnion.org
Three Dartmouth football players, Brandon Hester, Andrew Hunnicutt, and Nathan Nunez, are sharing a game plan for life with teammates via Christian Union’s ministry. The upperclassmen encourage Big Green players to attend weekly Bible courses and receive Christian leadership development. “We’ve been adding to that group every year,” said Nunez ’19.

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What is the Gospel?

By Tucker Else
From ChristianUnion.org
3 gospelJesus gives radical commands in the Bible, such as to “take up your own cross and follow me.” This is a call to kill our own desires and follow Him in loving others sacrificially, even to the point of death. Often-times, these commands come alongside warnings.

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A Book that Will Transform Your Evangelism

By Don Carson
From The Gospel Coalition
"We’ve always known that there are parts of the world where missionaries undertake their work in the teeth of opposition — opposition that is sometimes cultural, sometimes judicial. At home, however, we didn’t deploy missionaries; we deployed pastors and evangelists. But as the folk song puts it, 'The times they are a-changin’," writes Don Carson, in his forward to a new book by Elliot Clark called Evangelism as Exiles: Life on Mission as Strangers in Our Own Land.

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Medical Journal Publishes Study Showing Prayer Healed Teenager of a Chronic Illness

By Scott Slayton
From ChristianHeadlines.com

5 healingA peer-reviewed medical journal published a case study detailing the story of a young man whose chronic illness was healed after an evangelist prayed for him. The report, authored by Clarissa Romez, David Zaritzky, and Joshua W. Brown, appeared in Complementary Therapies in Medicine.

Read the Story Highlights >

Read the Actual Case Study >   

Prayer Requests

Pray that our students will take their growing knowledge of God and His Word and add bold faith in their walk. As we approach the season celebrating Christ's resurrection, may their boldness to share the truth about Jesus with their friends, family, and fellow students bring a great harvest of souls into the kingdom.

Please pray with us for the finance industry and the role it plays in the flourishing of all. Pray for godly men and women to serve with faithfulness, courage, and farsightedness to shape a vocation that affects believers and non-believers alike. Pray for those in this industry to walk uprightly and righteously, and for them to speak and live the gospel in all its fullness each day.


Pray for God to arise as our Deliverer. As the US becomes more and more godless, it is apparent that only God can turn the hearts of Americans back to Him. The Church has been powerless to expand the kingdom in our nation. We need the power of the Spirit of God to consume all of us who follow Christ. Pray for Day and Night to be used by God for the answering of these prayers.

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