"You keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on you, because he trusts in you. Trust in the LORD forever, for the LORD GOD is an everlasting rock."
— Isaiah 26:3-4
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Go Therefore and Make DisciplesBy Tom Campisi
From Christian Union: The Magazine
Andrew Lin is committed to the biblical mandate of making disciples. Lin is a member of Christian Union Nova, the Christian Union ministry at Princeton. The computer science major from Dallas, Texas, serves as a co-leader of Nova’s discipleship team, a group of upperclassmen who regularly meet with younger students to study the Bible, pray, and serve as mentors. An attacker on the Princeton water polo team, Lin is passionate about “helping to lead others in their walk with Christ” and has also started a Bible study for teammates. He recalled the impact discipleship made on him when he was a freshman.
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The Perfect Peace of GodBy Fady Ghobrial
From Christian Union Day & Night
The following is a devotional sent to all participants in Christian Union Day & Night's 40-Day Fast. Sign up for the remainder of the fast at DayandNight.org.
Ever since our expulsion from God’s Garden of Eden, humanity has always lacked perfect peace. We strive, we groan; we are hurt and we hurt others. As sinners, by nature and choice, we regularly fail God, ourselves and one another. We feel far from God, the earth yields thorns and thistles, and life disappoints us.
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The Nearness of God in Uncertain Times
By Kelly Minter
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NT Wright on LamentBy N.T. Wright
"Lament is what happens when people ask, “Why?” and don’t get an answer. It’s where we get to when we move beyond our self-centered worry about our sins and failings and look more broadly at the suffering of the world." N.T. Wright explores what God gives his people in a time of suffering and pestilence— a savior who suffers and grieves with us.
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UNIVERSITY AND CITY MINISTRIES
In New York City and at the universities where Christian Union has established ministries, the actual work of ministry has changed overnight. It is conducted online, via Zoom and other web-based tools. Please pray that God would use this time of uncertainty to draw many to Himself. Pray that he would create a spiritual hunger in people's hearts, and that God would work powerfully in and through our ministry faculty as they continue to invest in the lives of others.
DAY & NIGHT
Our prayers are regularly aimed at national revival, but even more so during this coronavirus crisis. Pray for Christians to return to God with fresh repentance, prayer, and fasting. Pray for non-Christians to come to Christ. We invite you to unite your prayers with us and thousands of American believers as we continue 40 Days of Prayer, Fasting, and Repentance.
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