Partnering with your family at Purdue
For years, we hoped this building would be a hub for prayer, worship, and the equipping of Jesus followers at Purdue, and we’re excited to be living and leaning into how the Lord is already using this place for His Kingdom mission. Students are coming to know and trust Jesus with their lives, and we’re seeing the fruit of that obedience through their worship, relationships with one another, and outreach to unbelieving neighbors and friends. For some, this path toward wholehearted commitment and maturity in Christ is wrought with struggle against sin, doubt, depression, anxiety, and loneliness. Regardless of where your son or daughter is in his or her faith journey, we consider it a privilege to witness God form life-giving community and bring wholeness (whether radically or incrementally)—especially emerging from the most isolating seasons of the pandemic.
The 2021 Annual Report details the shape and scope of discipleship in this season. We hope you’re encouraged by how God is moving in and among college-aged students in this incredibly formative time in their lives. View it online here.
Here are a few specific ways you can pray for Campus House this summer:
- For our graduating seniors, as we bless and commission them into their next steps.
- For our efforts to connect with students remaining on campus this summer and place the lonely in families (Ps. 68:6).
- For staff health amidst severe personal and familial challenges.
Also, we ask you to prayerfully consider financially supporting Campus House, as we are not supported by the University or any specific denomination. It’s because of the generosity of parents, alums, and churches that we can keep coming alongside Purdue students for His glory.
It’s a gift to have your son or daughter as part of this church community. As partners in the Gospel—contending for this generation—we’re grateful for your family’s prayers, gifts, and words of encouragement. Thanks for being in this with us.
The Campus House Staff
“Just one thing: As citizens of heaven, live your life worthy of the gospel of Christ. Then, whether I come and see you or am absent, I will hear about you that you are standing firm in one spirit, in one accord, contending together for the faith of the gospel.” (Philippians 1:27)