We know walking with God over the summer can be hard. One of the best ways to grow in your walk with Christ is by learning to read and study the bible on your own. That is overwhelming at first! Here are a couple of our favorite resources to get you engaged in the bible [...]
Last Thursday at the weekly meeting, Stephen Haddenhorst tackled the difficult subject of the problem of evil. How can a good and loving God allow pain and suffering? We want to give a space for you to explore this question in greater depth and wrestle with what the Bible has to say on this topic. [...]
IUPUI Cru was proud to host Dr. Gary Habermas (PhD in History and Philosophy of Religion) on Feb. 22 to speak on evidence for the resurrection of Jesus from the dead. Using solely historical dating and arguments agreed upon by atheist and agnostic scholars, Dr. Habermas presents a compelling argument for the historicity and reliability [...]
Last week at the Cru Weekly Meeting, Ryan Speicher talked about our position in Christ and what it means to truly understand our reality and identity in Christ. Big Idea: We are accepted based by God based on the righteousness of Christ and not based on our own self-righteousness. For those who have put their trust [...]
Last night at the Weekly Meeting, Roger Hershey spoke on the idea of sharing your faith as a way of life and how that is a central part of who we are as a Christian. We wanted to give a space to continue to think through a wrestle with some of the Scriptures and Questions [...]
Did you get a chance to read the email updates this week? If not, here they are
Last night at the Weekly Meeting, we kicked off a mini-series on Identity and talked about how it relates to the concept of Freedom. We wanted to give a space to continue to think through a wrestle with some of the Scriptures and Questions that were brought up. Big Idea: We cannot be fully free [...]
This will be a place to get the IUPUI regular updates, some relevant content on how to grow in one's faith, and a source with follow up content from the Cru Weekly Meetings. Hopefully, it will be an encouragement to all.