This Spring:

The Ten Commandments

 

How should someone make sense of the Ten Commandments (Exo. 20:1-21; Deu. 5:1-27) all the laws in the Bible? What do they mean for a person and his or her friends on campus? How do you follow them? If love is unconditional, why are there so many conditions in the Bible? Put the Ten Commandments together with the Lord's Prayer, and you have two of the most central teachings of the Bible and Christianity. No Christian should go without them. No one exploring Christianity should investigate its claims without considering them. That's why we are spending the whole year looking at both. We worked through the Lord's Prayer last Fall. This Spring, we will wrap up the Lord's Prayer in the first few weeks of the Spring and spend the rest of the semester looking at the Ten Commandments in RUF large group gatherings, Friday nights 7pm!

 
 

Leadership

Find out about who we are and our mission to serve you!

Learn More →

Take Action

We'd love to get in touch with you! Sign up for updates.

Sign Up for Updates →

 

“When I say... "I am a Christian"
I'm not shouting "I'm clean livin'."
I'm whispering "I was lost,
Now I'm found and forgiven."

When I say... "I am a Christian"
I don't speak of this with pride.
I'm confessing that I stumble
and need Christ to be my guide.

When I say... "I am a Christian"
I'm not trying to be strong.
I'm professing that I'm weak
And need His strength to carry on.

When I say... "I am a Christian"
I'm not bragging of success.
I'm admitting I have failed
And need God to clean my mess.

When I say... "I am a Christian"
I'm not claiming to be perfect,
My flaws are far too visible
But, God believes I am worth it.

When I say... "I am a Christian"
I still feel the sting of pain.
I have my share of heartaches
So I call upon His name.

When I say... "I am a Christian"
I'm not holier than thou,
I'm just a simple sinner
Who received God's good grace, somehow.”

Maya Angelou