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August 11, 2015
In the wake of the Supreme Court’s egregious same-sex “marriage” ruling, the church faces a host of challenges. The secular gospel of sexual liberation as a human right has captured the public imagination, thanks especially to the aggressive marketing of corporate and media establishments. Marketing ploys portray a confused and deeply harmful view of sexuality, one that debases men and women, as “beautiful and true.” How can the church help expose the flawed logic of the sexual revolution and bring hope and healing to society? First and foremost, the church needs to be persuasive to the up and coming generation. Too many times has the church come across as irrelevant or even oppressive. The church must present a compelling response to the “liberating” claim of the sexual revolution, exposing this claim for the lie that it is and fleshing out a biblical alternative that is more fulfilling and life-giving individually and socially. To be effective, this articulation must not be confined to like-minded circles, but fully conversant with the predominant secular narrative, going toe-to-toe with its best spokespeople.

July 16, 2015
The LORD is my strength and my shield; in Him my heart trusts, and I am helped; my heart exults, and with my song I give thanks to Him. The LORD is the strength of his people; He is the saving refuge of his anointed. — Psalm 28:7-8 All Christians are Gospel Missionaries By Lorri Bentch From ChristianUnion.org Every Christian, regardless of which career path he or she is pursuing, is called to make disciples. In this recording from Rooted, the Christian Union Leadership Lecture Series at Yale, Christian Union Vice President of Operations Lorri Bentch challenges all believers to be disciple-makers — to be missionaries — within their respective spheres of influence... Listen Here >

July 3, 2015
Therefore, since we have been justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ. Through him we have also obtained access by faith into this grace in which we stand, and we rejoice in hope of the glory of God. — Romans 5:1-2 Perspectives on Obergefell By Various From First Things How should we respond to the ruling by the Supreme Court in Obergefell v. Hodges that there is a constitutional right to same-sex marriage? What’s next?... Read More Here >  

June 18, 2015
Every good thing given and every perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of lights, with whom there is no variation or shifting shadow. — James 1:17 Bored to Life: Secularism and its Malcontents By Scott Jones From Princeton Faith and Action Do all of your earthly accomplishments end up feeling like hurdles on an endless path? Christian Union Ministry Fellow at Princeton, Scott Jones, speaks at Encounter, the weekly leadership lecture series resourced and supported by Christian Union at Princeton... Watch It Here >  

June 14, 2015
...to Make Disciples by Rebekah Hannah  We are all disciples of someone.  We all have someone in mind we want to emulate. We dress like others. We talk like others. We do what other people say is best. We take pieces of other people and put them together to build the best version of who we want to be. Whether good or bad, we all emulate someone who came before us. That being said, we also have more influence than we could possibly imagine.

June 14, 2015

Family Helps Next Generation Grow to Spiritual Maturity

by Sarah CampWhen Tim Kuo '96 arrived at Princeton as an undergraduate, he wanted to be part of a Christian community, but admits he didn't expect Christ to be central to his college experience.

June 14, 2015
A Biblical Theology for Changing Times by Michael J. Wilkins  As I stand on a bluff overlooking the blue Pacific Ocean near our home in Southern California, I watch lines of waves forming far out on the horizon. The waves that finally break near shore are much larger today than normal. I check out the surf report and find that these waves were generated by a monstrous storm. The weather is sunny and calm where I stand, but the waves that break below me were generated by a ferocious, hurricane-force storm many days ago and thousands of miles away off of the tip of New Zealand.If I am to surf these waves effectively, I need to know as much as possible about their size, power, direction, and speed.Similarly, as we stand here, midway through the second decade of the 21st century, waves of various kinds of practices, fads, and styles continue to sweep upon the church.

June 14, 2015
Christian Union Ministry Fellow Leads by Example by Eileen Scott, Senior Writer While Christian Union faculty teach rigorous and intellectually rich Bible courses to students at some of the nation's leading universities, they also walk alongside the young adults through troubling times, stressful semesters, and doubts about their faith. Serving as role models and mentors, ministry fellows like Scott Jones open their hearts and lives to students, emulating Christ as they share what it means to live a seeking God lifestyle.

June 14, 2015
Christian Union Ministry Fellow Leads by Example Students Exhibit Boldness in Speech Class by Eileen Scott, Senior WriterTwo students took a classroom assignment and used it for God's glory, buoyed by the strength and courage they received from participating in Christian Union's ministry at Cornell.In their Oral Communications class, Elisabeth Mistur '17 and Nashon Garrett '16 each chose to present a position that runs contrary to popular views. Mistur discussed the public policy issue of whether to require women to view their ultrasounds before an abortion; Garrett spoke about creation being taught alongside evolution in science classes.

June 14, 2015
CU Ministry Hosts Panel on Race by Eileen Scott, Senior WriterWhat does the Gospel have to say about race?That was a question asked by students involved with Christian Union's ministry at Columbia University this winter.As the fall semester was coming to a close, Jim Black, Christian Union's ministry director at Columbia, and Yolanda Solomon, a ministry fellow, encouraged the students to be a voice on campus following nationwide racial unrest.

June 14, 2015
CU Faculty Helps Law Students Maintain Balance by Eileen Scott, Senior WriterBeing a Harvard Law student is quite a challenge. Add being a spouse and parent, and you've got a balancing act to rival the Flying Wallendas. Some Harvard Law students with families are maintaining equilibrium by keeping their eyes on Christ and following the lead of Christian Union faculty at Harvard Law School.

June 14, 2015
Christian Union Hosts Wintersession Lectures by Catherine Elvy, Staff WriterA group of students with Christian Union's ministry at Harvard College probed some of Christianity's toughest questions during the Wintersession break.In collaboration with Ravi Zacharias International Ministries, the students hosted three talks in January in Boylston Hall to examine questions that are core to the faith. The topics included the resurrection of Christ, the intersection of science and faith, and why God is sometimes perceived as hidden.

June 14, 2015
Book Study Empowers Students to Reach Out by Catherine Elvy, Staff WriterStudent believers desiring to reflect Christ on college campuses often encounter barriers when it comes to sharing their faith with classmates who struggle with homosexual desires.That issue can be especially magnified at Yale University, which has been dubbed for decades as the "Gay Ivy."Given the issues evangelicals may face when interacting with peers who grapple with same-sex attractions, a Christian Union intern hosted a book study on the subject throughout the spring semester.

June 14, 2015
Scholar debunks modern conspiracies, explains history  by Catherine Elvy, Staff WriterSome scholars argue politics, rather than divine guidance, determined the 27 books of the New Testament and the 39 texts of the Old Testament.That is not so, according to theologian Craig Blomberg.The New Testament scholar debunked such claims surrounding the canon of Scripture during an appearance at Cornell University.It is simply untrue that the formation of either testament was "brought about because of ideological conniving, such that a winning party in a political process had the opportunity to suppress or rewrite or even chose unilaterally in a totalitarian fashion what should go in either the Old or New Testaments," said Blomberg.

June 14, 2015
Princeton University Fellow Examines Key Questions by Catherine Elvy, Staff WriterAll humans possess a right to life, which forms the basis for the related principles of freedom and safety.Philosophers seem uniformly to embrace that moral fundamental, but they continue to debate vigorously just when the right to life actually begins. Many ethical philosophers claim it begins during the later stages of pregnancy, while a minority point to conception.During an appearance for Princeton Pro-Life, a visiting fellow at Princeton University did his part to probe some of the key questions in the ongoing debate over the timing and conditions that establish the right to life.

June 14, 2015
Global Trends Bring Major Shifts by Catherine Elvy, Staff WriterAs the United States is growing increasingly secular, other corners of the globe are becoming distinctly more spiritual.

June 4, 2015
The Lord your God is in your midst,a mighty one who will save;he will rejoice over you with gladness;he will quiet you by his love;he will exult over you with loud singing.— Zephaniah 3:17 Old Saints By Stephen G. Mackereth From The Harvard Crimson Harvard Crimson columnist Stephen G. Mackereth, a student heavily involved in Christian Union's ministry at Harvard, graduated last Thursday. In his final column in the Crimson, he reflects on his time at Harvard, on the future, and on the wisdom of old saints... Read More Here >

May 20, 2015
Seek the LORD and his strength; Seek his face continually. — 1 Chronicles 16:11 Chosen for the Sake of the World By Nick Nowalk From Princeton Faith and Action YouTube Channel What does it mean to be a part of God's chosen people? Harvard Ministry Fellow Nick Nowalk challenges the common debate surrounding the doctrine of election. Watch the Video Here >

May 6, 2015
You are the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hidden. Nor do people light a lamp and put it under a basket, but on a stand, and it gives light to all in the house. In the same way, let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in heaven. — Matthew 5:14-16 Christian Union Adds Hutz Hertzberg to its Senior Leadership Team By Christian Union From ChristianUnion.org Christian Union and its Board of Trustees today announce that Dr. Hutz H. Hertzberg has been named to the organization’s senior leadership team as president, and the ministry's founder, Matt Bennett, has been named CEO. Hertzberg brings a wealth of leadership experience, having spent the entirety of his career in church ministries, Christian agencies, and in higher education. Most recently, Hertzberg served... Read More Here >

April 22, 2015
Dear children, let us not love with words or speech but with actions and in truth. 1 John 3:18 The Two Shall Become One Flesh: Reclaiming Marriage By Evangelicals and Catholics Together From First Things In the Gospel of St. Mark, the Lord Jesus teaches that “from the beginning of creation ‘God made them male and female.’” He then declares a great and beautiful truth inscribed in creation: “For this reason a man shall leave his father and mother and be joined to his wife, and the two shall become one flesh. So they are no longer two but one flesh” (Mark 10:6–8). Read More Here >  

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