Tag: good news / good deeds

The Modern-day Abolitionist

From an early age, John Nehme knew that the Lord was leading him to serve people on the margins of society. Growing up, his mother instilled in him that to love Jesus meant caring for those in need as she regularly took him to serve in local community centers. When he went to college at Vanderbilt, John became a leader in Cru. It was during these crucial years that he grew in his relationship with Jesus and learned how to … Read More

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Heart Check

Over the years, medical professionals have developed a myriad of tests that reveal what’s going on deep inside the human body. Since we can’t actually see the inside from the outside, we’ve developed these tests to reveal the condition of our organs and systems busily at work deep inside. Thermometers indicate body temperature, warning of infection. Electroencephalography tests (“EEG”) delve into the deep folds of brain tissue. And EKG’s tell us what’s going on in our hearts. Long before EKG’s, the Bible gave us two … Read More

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Gospel in Action Digital Magazine

  Stories of the compassionate demonstration and passionate proclamation of the gospel in Cru’s Campus Ministry, around the corner and around the world. (Having trouble reading the text without squinting? View in single page format.)

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The Symposium: A Ready-Made Event for your Campus

Bring this event on Human Dignity, Slavery, and Sex Trafficking to your campus for FREE!! Use our event at your facility to extend your ministry. Simply register and watch the Live Stream. The Symposium is an annual event held at Purdue University drawing thousands from the campus, community, and surrounding region. Spearheaded by Cru, it is led by multiple campus ministries and churches. Our purpose is to explore and debate some of the most probing questions about faith, reason, and life … Read More

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Suffering as a Place of Service

I was in Ghana a couple of years ago for a conference on violence against women and children. While there, we visited Cape Coast Castle. Read More

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Weaving Social Justice into Cru Movements

Cru movements can weave evangelism and social justice together – and create a compelling blend of passionate proclamation and compassionate demonstration of the gospel – if we will…

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Serving at an Orphanage on Summer Project

It is our privilege to lead summer projects that directly connect with God’s profound love for the fatherless and motherless. Students love having a humanitarian aid component to their summer projects. Read More

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Show & Tell: Extending the Gospel to Others

By displaying, demonstrating, and declaring the gospel, we extend the Good News to people who desperately need Jesus. Read More

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Putting the Gospel in Action

Chip Scivicque, Ron Sanders, and Jay Lorenzen discuss how to build movements characterized by passionate gospel proclamation and compassionate gospel demonstration.

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Why Justice Matters: The Justice Cycle of Momentum

In this package you will find several items designed to help you carry out a justice cycle of momentum… Read More

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IJM / Cru Testimonials

Testimonials of former Cru students who are now on staff with IJM, highlighting how God used their time involved with Cru to ignite their passion for Jesus and justice. Read More

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Continuing the Conversation

Here are a few ideas to share Christ in the context of a justice conversation, with the intention that they will spark more questions, ideas, and conversations. Read More

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