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This month Christian Union at Harvard Law School would like to lift up praise for our prayer letter! Thank you so much for praying with us, and for us! This year, we’ve challenged our students and asked you to pray bold prayers with us for God to move on our campus. And we want to share with you how the LORD has been answering these prayers!

God is loosening the strongholds on Harvard’s campus. We’ve been asking that the spiritual strongholds on our campus be loosened, so that all our activity—prayer meetings, Bible courses, and evangelistic conversations—would start to plant deeply into “good soil!” We are beginning to see that happen. Not only do we sense it in our spirits, but we hear of all the opportunities that the Christian community are having to share Christ with fellow students. Something bold is on the horizon. To God be the glory!

Christian Union’s ministry on the HLS campus is taking one step FORWARD! One of our goals this year was for CU at HLS to be recognized as an official Student Organization. We are SO blessed to announce that in late November, our application to be an official Student Organization was approved!! With the impassioned presentation from a couple of our 3L students, Preston Moore and Julian Nunally, our application was unanimously approved by the Student Government and DOS. We are currently in the process of finalizing our Constitution, and our status as an HLS student organization will be official! Thank you so much for your continued prayers and support! This is a BIG step forward for us, and for the future of our ministry on the HLS campus!

All praise belongs to the LORD, and His goodness is overwhelming! Thank you for your continued support! Give thanks to the LORD, for He is good!

Merry Christmas to you from all of us at Harvard Law! Expecting even greater things in the new year!

Justin Yim
Christian Union Ministry Director
Coram Deo


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