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The following was recorded at Nexus 2018. (5:18)

The following was recorded at Nexus 2018. (3:56)

While waiting for judges to deliberate on SpokenWord, 300+ students and others enjoyed a breathtaking musical contribution to an electrifying night of student-led, biblically shaped performances.

The following was recorded at Nexus 2018. (4:25)

A warm welcome to all students at Princeton. (1:39)

Christian Union Ministry Fellow Jon Yeager, speaking at the ministry's leadership lecture series at Harvard, gives a talk called "Stranger Stories at Harvard." He tackles the question, 'What does the Netflix original Stranger Things — a show that has captured the imagination of many students — have to do with the story of God?' His conclusion? Mystery and glory.

*Note: This is one talk, posted in two parts. The total length of the two is 41:00.

Part 1


Part 2

On February 5th, 2018, Os Guiness lead our New York City Salon through exploring the topic: "The Reformation at 500: The Forgotten Secret of American Freedom." (1:10:41) 



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Lane Young, Director of Undergraduate Ministry at Columbia, visits Princeton to explore the topic, "Who are you following?" (21:04)

Christian Union Teaching Fellow Nick Nowalk encourages Christians to live their life in community with other members of the Church in his talk title, "Why We Need Each Other." (49:03)

CBN News recently produced and ran a story on Christian Union, featuring an interview with the ministry's founder and CEO, Matt Bennett.

A brief overview of Christian Union's ministry.

 
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