God continues to help privileged students learn more about their world outside of Northwestern. We took more students from Greek IV than ever to the Chicago Urban Program, and in a powerful time of sharing we washed one another’s feet.

I was struck by the students who attended – the chair of NU’s Alternative Spring Break, the Director of the Global Engagement Summit, an executive member of the Interfraternity Council – all serving among the underserved on the West Side of Chicago. God is good.

I’m writing this the day after I returned from Cedar Campus, and I can’t help but be thankful. God continues to be faithful in meeting students. Remember Kyle from last year? Not only did he start a ministry in Phi Delt, but he is now directing all of our fraternity ministries. His goal is to help every fraternity man take at least one step closer to Jesus.

In my entire time on staff, I’ve never felt as confident of God’s blessing on our ministry to sorority and fraternity students. Thanks so much for your prayers!

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May 2021

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