When graduates recall what shaped their Christian faith while at Northwestern, they don’t just point to what they learned in the classroom. They tell of the chapel speaker who challenged their worldview, the D-group where they studied the Bible with friends, the mission trip when they partnered with believers in another state or country. They speak of retreats, service projects and Ngage conversations about hot-topic issues and ideas. They remember worshipping, serving and learning in ways that empowered them to follow Christ and pursue God’s redeeming work in the world.

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