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In March, Christian Union brought together nearly 400 students, from a variety of ministries and representing all eight Ivy League universities, for the fourth Ivy League Congress on Faith and Action. This is one of the plenary sessions from the Congress, with Nick Nowalk. (45:50)

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In March, Christian Union brought together nearly 400 students---from a variety of ministries, representing all eight Ivy League universities---for the fourth Ivy League Congress on Faith and Action. This is one of the plenary sessions from the Congress, with Ken Eldred. (40:00) 

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In March, Christian Union brought together nearly 400 students from the eight Ivy League universities for the fourth Ivy League Congress on Faith and Action. This is one of the plenary sessions from the Congress, with Dr. Charles Gilmer. (41:27)

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Ryan T. Anderson at the Ivy League Congress of Faith and Action seminar. (1:29:47)

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Marriage is based on the truth that men and women are complementary, the biological fact that reproduction depends on a man and a woman, and the reality that children need a mother and a father. Redefining marriage does not simply expand the existing understanding of marriage; it rejects these truths.

Marriage is society’s least restrictive means of ensuring the well-being of children. By encouraging the norms of marriage— monogamy, sexual exclusivity, and permanence—the state strengthens civil society and reduces its own role. The future of this country depends on the future of marriage. The future of marriage depends on citizens understanding what it is and why it matters and demanding that government policies support, not undermine, true marriage.

Dr. Garth Rosell spoke at the Ivy League Congress of Faith and Action seminar.(1:27:58)

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Many centuries ago, God gave a vision of “dry bones” to the Prophet Ezekiel and asked him an important question: “Can these bones live again?” It is a question that confronts each of us too. Is spiritual renewal really possible? Can the “dry bones” of our own lives and institutions be truly revived? Can old structures be given new life and hope? If you, like hundreds of students throughout New England, yearn to see a fresh outpouring of spiritual awakening on our region and throughout the world, then this seminar is the place for you.

Baroness Caroline Cox spoke at the Ivy League Congress of Faith and Action seminar in 2014. (1:24:44)

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In this seminar, Baroness Cox discussed the Biblical mandate to “speak for the oppressed” with examples taken from the experience of Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust (HART). HART works with people suffering from oppression and persecution, often trapped behind closed borders, off the radar screen of major aid organizations and the international media. Baroness Cox discusses ways in which we can address contemporary challenges such as modernday slavery, human trafficking and the suffering of girls and women subjected to forced prostitution and female genital mutilation.

Mark Catlin at the Ivy League Congress of Faith and Action seminar. (1:20:45)

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God calls us to transform the world. The good news is that God doesn’t abandon us for this task. God is reconciling to himself all things through Christ—including Ivy League campuses. Christ now extends his ministry of reconciliation through his people. Hence, we are called to transform the culture of our campuses in the name of Christ, by the power of the Spirit, the joy of the campus, and the glory of God. What then does it look like for us to engage our campuses with a cruciform way of life in order to transform our campuses with resurrection power? 

Dr. Carol Swain at the Ivy League Congress of Faith and Action seminar. (1:35:36) 

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Dr. Swain shares her own abortion story and how it has influenced her position on abortion and the law. In addition, she discusses Planned Parenthood and the prevalence of abortion in black communities across the nation.

Quincy Watkins at the Ivy League Congress of Faith and Action seminar. (31:04)

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“But everyone who prophesies speaks to men for their strengthening, encouragement and comfort.” (1 Cor 14:3 NIV)

Many believers have never experienced the supernatural ways God still speaks today, but he does! Quincy Watkins ministered prophetically to the attendees of this seminar, for their strengthening, encouragement and comfort.

Peter Ochs, Cally Robertson Everett, Roger Pilc, and Hank Higdon. The audio of this panel discussion was recorded at the Ivy League Congress on Faith and Action. (1:29:30)

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