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Christian students at asu

Find Faith With Those Around You

Welcome Class of 2024!

Congratulations! We are so happy that you are here! College is an exciting time: a time to meet new friends, a time to gain new experiences, but it can also be a time for a new beginning. We all need new beginnings with the Lord, so why not take one of the biggest transitions in your life and start with God. 

We are Glad you are here!

We know this semester is going to be different for all of us. However His Word to us remains ever unchanging! Get involved no matter how you’re attend school this fall! 

Hear From our Students!

One of the things that makes Christian Students at ASU so special is, well, the students! We love all of our club members and we are so happy they are here with us. Click here to hear some of their testimonies of their time with the club. We love being able to fellowship and grow in our relationship with God together.

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About Us

18 Years Of Helping Students Grow Closer to God...

Christian Students at ASU was established in 2002 and continues to welcome all believers at ASU who hold to the common faith (Titus 1:4 and Jude 3). Our goal is to grasp every opportunity we have as college students to develop our personal relationship with God and to learn more about Him through reading the Bible. We have multiple bible studies every week and one ministry meeting to dive deeper into the riches of the Bible and informal one-on-one or small group fellowships to encourage one another to pursue Christ. There is much more to the Christian life in addition to Sunday morning service!

Things We Do

Providing Ways to Gather and Worship

Small Group Bible Studies

Ministry Meetings

Home Cooked Dinners

One on One Discipleship

Finish Reading the New Testament Once a Year

Everyone is Welcome

Maybe you weren’t raised in a Christian home. Maybe you aren’t a believer. Even if you are just curious about what the Christian faith is, our word to you is what Philip told Nathaneal, “Come and see.” – John 1:46b