Crossing University

Crossing University is a series of university-level courses focused on Christian history & theology and is open to anyone – regardless of educational or religious background.

Bible-based learning within a broad historical context, Christian perspectives on history, philosophy, theology, and literature, characterized by excellence in teaching from university professors (current & retired), pastors, and speakers with extensive knowledge of the topic being taught.

Class Details

Wednesdays, 7 PM
March 4 - April 1
Room 125-126, Church at the Crossing
Cost: $25 Registration (additional $5 for optional notebook)
Childcare available

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Faith at the Crossroads: The Vital Role of Christians in the Public Square

Christ's Ambassadors: Finding Faith in the Public Square
MARCH 4

The Honorable Peggy Welch, Chief Advocacy Officer of the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration; State Representative, 1998-2012

Crime and Punishment, Justice and Mercy: Ministering to the Prisoner
MARCH 11

Mr. Andrew Falk, Attorney with the Indiana Public Defender Commission; Senior Fellow of the Sagamore Institute

For the Good of the City: Faith, Philanthropy, and Poverty
MARCH 18

The Honorable Jay Hein, President of the Sagamore Institute; Director of the White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives, 2006-2008

Serving Those Who Serve: Chaplaincy in Today’s Army
MARCH 25

Chaplain Chris Duckworth, Army National Guard; Pastor, New Joy Lutheran Church

Shield and Sword: Reconciling Faith and Foreign Policy
APRIL 1

Dr. Michael Frank, Professor of Political Science at Anderson University; Director of Anderson University’s Center for Public Service

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Bruce Hazel

Pastor of Congregational Care