At Brown UniversityIn 2014-15 Christian Union launched its Christian leadership development ministry at Brown. Christian Union ministry faculty work directly with students to provide in-depth study of Scripture, host excellent speakers on intellectual, spiritual, and vocational topics, and to provide Christian leadership training.
The ministry also owns and operates the Adoniram Judson Center at Brown.
Christian Union is an independent Christian ministry.
- From 2019-20,119 undergraduate students participated in Christian Union's rigorous, weekly Bible courses.
- This year, three full-time Christian Union ministry faculty worked directly with students, providing Bible course instruction, mentorship and leadership coaching.
- The leadership lecture series, The Anchor, addressed a host of challenging, inspiring topics throughout the year like "What is the Gospel," "What is Love," and "Who is the Lamb of God?"
- Conferences took students off-campus to go in-depth into Scripture, participate in fruitful small group discussions, have times of sharing testimonies and struggles, and pray together.
- Prayer gatherings take place throughout the year, and students are learning to fast as they seek the Lord for themselves and their campus.
Christian Union FacultyChristian Union's role is to resource students at Brown by offering Christian mentoring, discipleship and leadership training. Meet the Christian Union faculty team that works with Brown students.
Christian Union Libertas Cornerstone PartnersIf you would be interested in helping support the work of Christian Union at Brown, please consider becoming a Christian Union Libertas Cornerstone Partner.
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Brown University was founded as a result of a meeting of Baptist leaders, who established Brown to "supply the need for Baptist ministries."
In Deo Speramus (In God We Trust)
Christian Union at Brown
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