"In the midst of much uncertainty there remains one supreme certainty: God is in control, Jesus is building His church, and neither Satan nor coronavirus can stand against Him!" Amen! This is still true and will always be true. On Monday RUF leadership announced that our Summer Conference in Florida will be canceled this year.… Continue reading Coronavirus Ministry Update
How quickly things change! A few weeks ago RUF ministers and students were deep in campus ministry and preparing for spring break trips. Today most campuses are empty and will remain so for the rest of the semester. Spring breaks have been moved up and lengthened. Many schools are closed for the rest of the… Continue reading Facing the Coronavirus
[DALLAS, TX. March 6, 2019] The Permanent Committee of Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) gratefully announces the unanimous recommendation of Mr. Will W. Huss, Jr. (RE) as the next Coordinator for RUF. Upon election by the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in America, Mr. Huss will join the staff on July 1, 2019, after his… Continue reading New National Coordinator Selected!
Rejoice, O heav'ns, and earth, reply; with praise, O sinners, fill the sky for this, His incarnation. Incarnate God, put forth Your pow'r; ride on, ride on, great Conqueror, till all know Your salvation. Amen, amen! Alleluia, alleluia! Praise be given evermore by earth and heaven. Our God has become man and come to live… Continue reading Merry Christmas!
M is a senior this year. She became a Christian last year by following friends to RUF and hearing the gospel week in and week out. This year her friend group fell apart. Things in her family are rocky. Her dog died this semester. She is struggling with depression. She loves being part of RUF… Continue reading Struggling in Community with RUF
I grew up with devout Christian parents, and I attended church religiously (pun intended). Despite being exposed to the gospel all throughout my upbringing, I really thought early on that I could figure out life on my own. Then I began having health issues. [God] showed me that I cannot figure out life on my… Continue reading Christian Because God Revealed Himself
Thank you for making it possible for us to be here and to serve the International students at George Mason University. I recently received the card in the sidebar ➔. At a time when the International students are lonely and struggling with their studies, we're available to welcome and love them in Jesus' name because… Continue reading Thanks from an International student at George Mason U.
"I have to disagree with Jesus!" a South Asian professing Christian protested. We had just read our Savior's words in Luke 14:26, "If anyone comes to me and does not hate his own father and mother and wife and children and brothers and sisters, yes, and even his own life, he cannot be my disciple."… Continue reading Disagreeing with Jesus
M is a student at UConn who just started attending RUF this year. Growing up, she was confirmed in a church, but her family mostly did not attend church and definitely didn't discuss God or anything related to Him very often. It has been a challenging year for M in many ways. Some of the… Continue reading Finding God at UConn
While the University of Maryland mission team was in El Salvador, Josh and some others visited a church in the mountains on the border in Honduras. Going to Honduras was truly an amazing experience. Even though the views from the hike were breathtaking, the fellowship with other members of the Body of Christ was even… Continue reading Beauty of Fellowship in Honduras