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Contact Person: Trevor Robinson
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The Aggies for Christ are a group of Christian students sponsored by the Logan church of Christ. Here, college students can be a part of a community of Christians. Newcomers will find their transition much easier because of the many great friends they will make. AFC helps students develop friendships with other Christians that will last a lifetime. Spirituality is strengthened through Bible studies, devos, service projects, weekend trips, and extended mission trips. But, above all, the focus and goal of Aggies for Christ is to glorify, honor, and serve our mighty God and lift up His holy name at Utah State University.
Contact Person: Regina Dickinson
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A group for Christian students, faculty, staff, and friends to gather for fellowship, worship, learning, support, and service.
Contact Person: Leonardo Alfonseca
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Independent Tribe is an organization dedicated to bring a different spiritual alternative to students by sharing a biblical message centered around Jesus Christ. This organization seek for motivating students to gather together to have fellowship, study the word of God and reflect on it. The organization is also willing to support service to USU and the Cache Valley Community.
Contact Person: David Tauber
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Provide relevant support to activities related to the campus wide interfaith movement in addition to providing a central loci for students and faculty interested in the movement.
Contact Person: Mayran Mohamed
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A place that fosters the growth and development of its members through weekly events, lectures, opening of prayer rooms on campus, and volunteer projects.
Contact Person: Franchesca Vargas-Barrick
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The purpose of the Religious Diversity Student Program is to provide a nonthreatening atmosphere where students may coordinate service, sponsor religious academic forums and support the positive contributions from all USU religious organizations. An environment of trust and friendship will be sought, displacing fear and prejudice. This program is to serve the needs of all religious backgrounds, not just those of Judeo-Christian traditions. There will be a strong emphasis to expand cross-cultural understanding, experience inter-group discussion and develop a climate of mutual respect. Forums spotlighting different religions will be held throughout the year.
Contact Person: Tianyu Chen
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a. To study the Holy Bible in Chinese to know God. b. To share the Good News of Jesus Christ with students, particularly Chinese students. c. To engage in Christian involvement through mission to campus and community. d. To serve as a spiritual link between the students and their church.
Contact Person: Mariah Miles
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Since 1954, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes has been challenging coaches and athletes on the professional, college, high school, junior high and youth levels to use the powerful medium of athletics to impact the world for Jesus Christ. FCA focuses on serving local communities by equipping, empowering and encouraging people to make a difference for Christ.