The Bible is a thick book with stories of messed-up folks like us. The principles are embedded in these stories. Why? Because the narratives are important.
Diane Uwacu, from Rwanda, explains how international students studying in the U.S. can help reach the world for Christ. And here’s how you can help reach them.
A ministry to athletes in Minnesota saw spectators become leaders, thanks to the playbook they learned from Jesus.
Power is a gift meant to be stewarded for the flourishing of others. I want to share with you three ways I’ve sought to live this out in my life and my ministry.
This #GivingTuesday, Cru is asking for donations that will benefit our partners in the Middle East to provide humanitarian aid, resources and opportunities for meaningful, life-changing conversations.
Learn how one young woman combined her passion for medicine with her faith.
Leadership is not something simply handed down because you’ve got seniority or because you had enough school. Leadership, as Christ exemplified, is an honor and should be met with a servant’s heart.
Andrew Jefferies, a former Cru student at Gallaudet University, explains how a major social gap between the Deaf and hearing communities in the world results in fewer people experiencing the gospel. He provides steps for how hearing people can help change that.
Learn about how a group of college students who used a simple outreach broke common myths about sharing their faith.
You could have an experience like Natalie in Ireland by teaming up with Cru when you study abroad.
How can we express concern for others and share Christ effectively in potentially awkward scenarios?
Two pastors in Papua New Guinea bring their communities face to face with Jesus thanks to a wearable innovation.
Tariku Fufa is helping make Christ-centered disciples in 24 African countries. He credits these 6 principles with why he’s seen so many multiply.
May God allow your hearts to leverage the milestones of your life as momentum builders, as you live on mission for His glory by pouring into and laboring alongside us millennials.
Two local pastors partner with Cru to build relationships with students.
I tend to avoid things that are awkward or uncomfortable, and there are some challenging topics for the Church in America today. Then I went to Creating Options Together.
An African American man explains how he experiences the death of Mike Brown and other black men, and what we can all to do move toward healing.
After hearing about a high school outreach at her church, Wendy spearheaded a similar outreach in her local high school, partnering with two Christian groups and two churches.
In a sport often determined by tenths of a point, Aly Raisman, Gabby Douglas, Laurie Hernandez, Madison Kocian and Simone Biles won the Women’s Gymnastics Team All-Around gold medal by more than 8 points – the largest margin of victory in Olympic gymnastics history.
The Creating Options Together conference is tackling our nation’s problems head on.
Men and women struggle with pornography. But Christian women face a unique set of obstacles on the road to recovery.
Laurie Hernandez is a 16-year-old who has disciplined her mind, body and life toward Rio. But she has an even more important goal she wants to reach first - and it may surprise you!
In this time of tragedy we invite you to lament with sorrow for the tension and pain existing between communities of color and law enforcement. Decades of distrust and injustices keep people on the offense on both sides.
Shaping that foundation is critical, here are two helpful questions we should ask ourselves before a relationship spontaneously begins to grow.
A software developer in El Salvador is partnering with people around the world to help spread the gospel in the digital age.
Parfait Mitchai knew how to put curses on others, but he feared death. This fear led him to an encounter with Jesus.
“I’d pretty much compartmentalized my spiritual life as separate from school life.”
Earline Blumhagen’s strategy is connecting with both urban and deaf communities.
It wasn’t until getting involved in Cru a year ago, that she says she learned about giving her life fully to God.
As you enter this new stage of life, remember that God has not left you to fend for yourself.
When I reached my seat I introduced myself; she smiled and shook her head – “No English.” Oh well, I thought. I guess I’ll space out on this leg of the flight.
“If your teammates would come and ask you what does it take to be a Christian, what would you say to them?” They weren’t sure how to answer this question.
I don’t think I’ve ever heard more beautiful prayers than I did on a freezing cold weekend in rural Wisconsin.
A young woman’s perspective on resurrection changed after she suddenly became a widow.
Talking about spiritual matters is no game, but using an analogy from football is encouraging students in Arkansas.
In Houston after a drive-by shooting, Tateanna only wanted to talk to one person – her mentor.
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