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Mark Catlin at the Ivy League Congress of Faith and Action seminar. (1:20:45)

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God calls us to transform the world. The good news is that God doesn’t abandon us for this task. God is reconciling to himself all things through Christ—including Ivy League campuses. Christ now extends his ministry of reconciliation through his people. Hence, we are called to transform the culture of our campuses in the name of Christ, by the power of the Spirit, the joy of the campus, and the glory of God. What then does it look like for us to engage our campuses with a cruciform way of life in order to transform our campuses with resurrection power? 

About Mark Catlin

Mark Catlin is the Christian Union Teaching Fellow serving Princeton Faith and Action. A graduate of Samford University, Mark earned a Masters of Divinity and Masters in Biblical Languages at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He recently finished his coursework for a PhD in Old Testament at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He and his wife Kim have two young children.