- That those still exploring Christianity will open their hearts to Jesus, who stands knocking at the door.
- That those newly received into the fellowship of faith (and those who have been around longer) will continue to seek the Lord with ardent love and yield to His sanctifying work through the Holy Spirit.
- That students will enjoy purposeful rest over this Thanksgiving break, drawing near to God and loved ones, and return with fresh energy for the final push toward exams in December.
At this time of year, I should mention that we do depend on the generosity of many supporters to make this ministry possible. The resources provided by alumni, parents, and friends make it possible to run Bible courses for Yale students this semester; to hold off-campus conferences, where students step away from campus life to grow closer to God and deepen their relationships with one another; to engage in creative Gospel outreach on campus and bring engaging speakers; and, of course, to meet with students one-on-one, to counsel and encourage them toward new faith in Christ or to deeper maturity in Him. Would you prayerfully consider making a special gift by December 31 to support current students as they hear the Gospel and grow in faith?
To Him who supplies all our need, who bears with us patiently as He reshapes and refashions us into the likeness of His beloved Son, who is the Source of all light and life, may your hearts and ours overflow with gratitude and love, this Thanksgiving Day and always.
Christian Union at Yale