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Scott Jones, a pastor and former Christian Union faculty member at Princeton, returned to the university and gave this outstanding talk at a Christian Union leadership lecture series event last spring. In this talk he takes a look at what it means to be distinctly Christian in the midst of one's vocational pursuit.

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Bring Your Doubts

Christian Union provided Krya the space to ask the hard questions about Christianity, and she found that the Lord used her doubts, and the answers she found, to strengthen her faith. 

Studying Scripture On Campus

Brianna deeply values Christian Union Bible courses and she shares the impact of Christian Union in her life.

Theological and Practical Application of Biblical Rest

Alan shares the impact of Christian Union on his spiritual life. Alan's relationship with God is transformed by theological understanding of rest.

Click below to listen to his testimony. 


Ministry Fellow Christine Shin




How and when do you boast in weakness? The primary way in which God's power will be perfected in your weakness. Evangelize in weakness, so that Christ's power will be perfected in weakness. 

"How many of us ask God to show up in power so that we can look good? God does not grant you power for you to look good, He does it so others will see Jesus."
Get a taste of what it was like to be at Nexus 2019: The Christian Union Conference on Faith in Action!



To learn more about Nexus 2019, click here
 
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