World Communion Sunday - Overview
your GIFT TODAY . . . Enables Ethnic Students all Over the World to Change the World.
Funding for the program comes from local church offerings on World Communion Sunday. Along with mentoring, each student receives a $5,000 scholarship.
The 2013 graduates come from a broad range of ethnic backgrounds. Sharing wisdom gleaned over years of ministry, their mentors encouraged them to develop support networks and take time for rest and renewal.
“My mentor stressed the need for a disciplined and healthy prayer life through prayer and Scripture,” said John Wang, a graduate of the Divinity School, Duke University, Durham, N.C.
Tariq Cummings, a graduate of Gammon Theological Seminary, Atlanta, said, “I have acquired skills in leadership that are sure to help me in the days to come.”
Please give generously on World Communion Sunday! Prepare students to change the world wherever they find injustice and suffering. Thank you for your generous gift.
Please give generously on World Communion Sunday!
Your gifts to the World Communion Sunday offering equip racial- and ethnic-minority students in the United States and international students to transform the church and communities.
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