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From The President

Thank you for your interest in supporting the CCCU! We invite you to join us as we work to promote and protect Christian higher education through our work in public advocacy, experiential education, and professional development. 2 Corinthians 9:7-8 gives us a foundation: "Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver. And God is able to bless you abundantly, so that in all things at all times, having all that you need, you will abound in every good work."

Below, you will find more information about our work on Capitol Hill, our efforts in leadership and professional development for staff and faculty, and our off-campus study programs. By investing in the CCCU, you invest in the future of our 180+ institutions, in the next generation of Christian thought leaders, and in building God’s kingdom throughout the world. Thank you!

Warmly, Shirley

Shirely Hoogstra

Shirley V. Hoogstra, J.D.

Monthly Prayer Focus

Faithful efforts by Prison Fellowship led to the recognition of April as Second Chance Month. During this month the CCCU works in partnership with Prison Fellowship to promote the national effort to reduce barriers that keep formerly incarcerated Americans from reaching their full potential as they reenter society. Currently, over a dozen CCCU institutions conduct faith-based educational programs for those incarcerated and reentering society. We ask you join us in praying for those incarcerated and for our CCCU campuses providing formational resources to those who are incarcerated. Pray for our faculty, staff, and students serving in prison education programs sponsored by our institutions. And, as always, we ask that you continue to pray for us and our work here at the CCCU.

Resources

The Case for Christian Higher Education

Annual Report

2019 Spring Advance Cover

Advance Magazine

"You [Christian colleges] have what everybody else is desperate to have: a way of talking about and educating the human person in a way that integrates faith, emotion, and intellect. You have a recipe to nurture human beings who have a devoted heart, a courageous mind, and a purposeful soul. Almost no other set of institutions in American society has that, and everyone wants it."

-David Brooks

Thank you for your interest in supporting the future of Christian higher education. We are working to advance faith and intellect for the common good, and we could not accomplish this without the generosity of our donors. If you have questions about any of the information here, or have interest in stock, IRA, or other non-cash gifts, please contact me. It is always a pleasure to be in touch with CCCU supporters!

Joanna Barnhouse
Director of Development
202.546.8713
jbarnhouse@cccu.org