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CU Cities Conference 

Christian Union Cities hosts an annual conference for graduate students, young professionals and seasoned professionals in New York City.

Vince Vitale

The answer to every legitimate question is something true, and all truth is grounded in God. What follows is that all questions, even the most vexing questions of today’s culture, are open doors to share something of who Jesus is and what he has done. This session begins by homing in on four fundamental questions—questions of origin, meaning, morality, and destiny—that every person needs to answer in order live well. It ends by commending the power of invitation and the privilege of being able to extend the invitation of Christ. 

The following was recorded at the CU Cities Conference 2019 held from June 21 - 22 in New York City.


Wanda Walborn

In this breakout session, Wanda will discuss how easy it is to lead in the flesh, but how do we lead as Spirit-filled people? Looking at the life of Moses, we will study principles of leadership to help us at work, home and in our communities.

The following was recorded at the CU Cities Conference 2019 held from June 21 - 22 in New York City.


Qwynn Gross

What does it look like to thrive in prayer and intercession amidst a full schedule? Pastor and Christian Union Ministry Fellow Qwynn Gross will share her strategies and encouragement toward prioritizing seeking the Lord, and the fruit that comes from it, no matter how busy life gets.

The following was recorded at the CU Cities Conference 2019 held from June 21 - 22 in New York City.


Nick Nowalk

In this breakout session, we will look carefully at Paul's pastoral wisdom as he allows the gospel to reshape our moral and social imagination on topics such as wealth, power, conflict, sexuality, vocation, and personal giftedness. 1 Corinthians fleshes out what following Jesus in the real world (whether ancient or contemporary) entails, in light of the centering conviction that the story of Christ crucified reveals both the heart of God and the portrait of of what it looks like to be fully, genuinely human in a world of idolatry, greed, interpersonal conflict, perpetual heartbreak and structural injustice. 

The following was recorded at the CU Cities Conference 2019 held from June 21 - 22 in New York City.