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Dear CU Gloria Cornerstone Partners and friends of the ministry,

This spring semester, our sophomores and juniors have been walking through the book of Acts. Peter and the apostle’s example of boldness have continued to challenge believers for many generations. In Acts 5, after being arrested and told not to preach, Peter is freed by an angel then immediately gets back to preaching the gospel. Upon his consequent arrest, he responds to the council saying “We must obey God rather than men.” What great boldness! It is our hope and prayer that as we read and study these stories that they bring encouragement and hope to our hearts, moving the students to greater zeal for the name of Jesus and for advancing His gospel. Praises:

  • Thank God for all the relationships that have continued to be cultivated on campus. A good number of students are able to see each other and have in-person fellowship which is a big praise.
  • Thank God for helping the ministry fellows and the assistant Bible course leaders in relaunching the many Bible courses that have been taking place weekly since the beginning of February.
  • Thank God for Doxa, which has continued to attract students, providing a place for weekly worship, fellowship, and incredible talks.

Prayer Requests:

  • That the seniors, who are now having their commencement take place virtually, would feel loved and celebrated, and that we can send them out well.
  • That the freshmen who are studying the Seeking God Lifestyle and Sex and Spirituality curriculums would be transformed by the content and experience spiritual growth through it.
  • That the Lord would sustain all the student leaders who continue to do ministry over Zoom.

As always, thank you for your prayers and support in the ministry. Many Harvard students are growing in their faith because of your investment in CU Gloria.

Thank you,

Fady Ghobrial
Ministry Fellow
CU Gloria

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