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RUF at Ole Miss
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Regardless of your beliefs or doubts, RUF is a place for you to explore Christianity and grow in your understanding of who Jesus is and what it means to follow him in community with others at Ole Miss. We are here for the “convinced” and the “unconvinced,” the lost, the found, the burned, bored, cynical, spiritual. We invite you, no matter where you are in the process, to RUF. We meet on Wednesdays at 8pm in Paris-Yates Chapel.
 
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RUF at Belmont
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Weekly sermon by Kevin Twit from the RUF campus ministry group meetings at Belmont University. More info on RUF is available at www.belmontruf.org If you are interested in supporting the ministry of RUF please visit www.belmontruf.org/supportWe are also the group behind the Indelible Grace cds of old hymns set to new music www.igracemusic.com For more information on the ministry of RUF, including how you can support the work with your tax-deductible gifts, visit www.belmont.ruf.org
 
Whether you embrace Jesus as Savior & Lord, or still have your doubts, RUF is a safe place to ask more about, and hear more about the unique claims of Jesus' Christ, especially his birth, life, death, resurrection, ascension & return.
 
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RUF at Stanford
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Reformed University Fellowship seeks to provide a community in which students can come and discuss, question, consider, and apply the truth claims of the Bible.
 
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RUF at Ole Miss
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Regardless of your beliefs or doubts, RUF is a place for you to explore Christianity and grow in your understanding of who Jesus is and what it means to follow him in community with others at Ole Miss. We are here for the “convinced” and the “unconvinced,” the lost, the found, the burned, bored, cynical, spiritual. We invite you, no matter where you are in the process, to RUF. We meet on Wednesdays at 8pm in Paris-Yates Chapel.
 
Whether convinced, curious, or skeptic, RUF a safe place to explore the truth claims of Christianity as they are presented in the Bible, and to ask open, honest questions.
 
Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) is the campus ministry of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). These sermons are from the RUF at Davidson College and the campus minister Sid Druen..
 
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RUF at Wake Forest
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Reformed University Fellowship is a community of students that exist to love and serve God and Wake Forest University. Our goal is to help students come to understand, know, and follow Jesus Christ as they walk through their college years, and to help lay a foundation for a lifetime of following Jesus and serving him in all areas of life. We're here for the campus, both for students from any religious background and students who have no religious background at all. Whatever kind of Deacon yo ...
 
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RUF at UVa
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These are sermons from RUF at UVa's Large Group meeting. RUF at UVa is a community of students seeking to learn how to love God, how to love others, and how to love this world. And yet, we are bound by the even deeper conviction that God actually loves us, that He loves our neighbors, and that He loves this world. This conviction is rooted in the person of Jesus Christ, who is the revelation of God's love and intentions for His creation. So, whether you are committed to, cynical toward, or c ...
 
Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) is a ministry of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), specifically on college campuses. These sermons are from the RUF at Appalachian State University.
 
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RUF at Florida
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Welcome to Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) at the University of Florida. RUF is a community of people learning how to love God, love people, and love UF. Regardless of your beliefs or doubts, RUF is a great place to EXPLORE Christianity and GROW in your understanding of who Jesus is and what it means to follow him. We welcome all, no matter where they are in the process, to be part of our campus ministry.
 
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RUF at Stanford
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Reformed University Fellowship seeks to provide a community in which students can come and discuss, question, consider, and apply the truth claims of the Bible.
 
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RUF at Penn State
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RUF meets in the Frizzell Memorial Room in the Pasquerilla Center at 7:15 on Thursday evenings. All Penn Staters welcome. Check us out at www.psu.ruf.org.
 
The podcast of Reformed University Fellowship at New Mexico State University. For the past 25 years, RUF has been a Gospel-saturated community that meets NMSU students right where they are without leaving them stuck there.
 
These sermons are taken from weekly large group meetings of Reformed University Fellowship at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, CO. Regardless of your beliefs or doubts, RUF Christian fellowship is a place to explore Christianity and the radical declaration of God’s love. Our hope is for everyone to grow in their understanding of who Jesus is and all that he has come to do. We’d love for you to join us as we seek to understand what it means to love God and our neighbor. We invite yo ...
 
Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) is a ministry of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), specifically on college campuses. These sermons are from the RUF at UTK.
 
Messages from weekly meetings of Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) at Florida State University. Main speaker Rev. David Story, campus minister.
 
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RUF at UGA
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Meeting students where they are with the transforming power of the Gospel.
 
Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) is a ministry of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), specifically on college campuses. These sermons are from the RUF at Appalachian State University.
 
Whether you embrace Jesus as Savior & Lord, or still have your doubts, RUF is a safe place to ask more about, and hear more about the unique claims of Jesus' Christ, especially his birth, life, death, resurrection, ascension & return.
 
Whether convinced, curious, or skeptic, RUF a safe place to explore the truth claims of Christianity as they are presented in the Bible, and to ask open, honest questions.
 
Podcasts from our weekly RUF at TCU Large Group Meetings.
 
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RUF at UNC
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These sermons are taken from weekly large group meetings of Reformed University Fellowship at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, CO. Regardless of your beliefs or doubts, RUF Christian fellowship is a place to explore Christianity and the radical declaration of God’s love. Our hope is for everyone to grow in their understanding of who Jesus is and all that he has come to do. We’d love for you to join us as we seek to understand what it means to love God and our neighbor. We invite yo ...
 
Talks from Rev. Ross Lockwood at RUF at Western Kentucky University. Join us every Wednesday night at 8pm in the Faculty House cabin behind Cherry Hall for worship and fellowship. RUF stands for Reformed University Fellowship and is the campus ministry of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA).
 
This is the podcast from the weekly Large Group gathering of RUF (Reformed University Fellowship) at IU. These sermons were given by Brad Tubbesing, Campus Minister, unless otherwise noted. RUF is a campus ministry open to anyone and everyone from the IU community. We are a community of Christians and non-Christians committed to wrestling with the implications of the gospel for ourselves, our friends, and our campus.
 
These sermons are taken from weekly large group meetings of Reformed University Fellowship(RUF) at Western Carolina University. Regardless of your beliefs or doubts, RUF is a safe place to EXPLORE Christianity and GROW in your understanding of who Jesus is and what it means to follow him with others on campus.
 
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RUF at UAB
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Hear the most recent sermons from RUF at UAB. RUF meets Tuesday nights at 8:30 in Heritage Hall #104. All Blazers are welcome.
 
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RUF at Texas A&M
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These sermons are taken from weekly large group of Reformed University Fellowship at Texas A&M University in College Station, TX. RUF is a student organization that seeks to spread the "gospel" (the good news of Jesus Christ) through ourselves and into the campus by word, deed, and lifestyle. Everyone is welcome. Join us Thursday nights at 8:30 in All Faiths Chapel. Other information can be found on our website, www.aggieruf.org
 
Messages from weekly meetings of Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) at Florida State University. Main speaker Rev. David Story, campus minister.
 
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RUF at JMU
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Reformed University Fellowship is a campus ministry that seeks to learn how to love God and love others, and we do this together in our community at James Madison University. These are the sermon recordings from JMU RUF large group-- you can join us for large group every Wednesday at 8 in Madison Union 405.
 
Each Wednesday we meet to sing, hear from the Bible, ask questions and get to know each other. These are the recordings of the sermons from RUF large group.
 
Catch up or listen to sermons from RUF at UNCW's Large Group! Reformed University Fellowship is the college ministry of the PCA and on over 150 campuses across the US and around the world. Each campus has an ordained campus minister who teaches from the Bible each week at their Large Group. Our hope is that we would reach students for Christ and equip them to serve - during both college and for the rest of their lives!
 
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RUF Trinity
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This is the podcast feed of RUF at Trinity University
 
Weekly sermons by Rev. Elliott Everitt at the Reformed University Fellowship meeting at Mississippi State University. For more information on the ministry RUF at Mississippi State, including how you can support the ministry financially, please visit www.ruf.org/hailstate
 
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RUF Bama Podcast
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Weekly messages from Stewart Swain, Minister for RUF at the University of Alabama.
 
Weekly sermons by Rev. Elliott Everitt at the Reformed University Fellowship meeting at Mississippi State University. For more information on the ministry RUF at Mississippi State, including how you can support the ministry financially, please visit www.ruf.org/hailstate
 
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Texas RUF
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These sermons are from Texas RUF's Large Group meetings. We meet on Wednesday nights @ 8pm at the Texas Women's Federation Building at 2312 San Gabriel St. For more information about RUF at Texas go to www.ruf.org/ut.
 
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RUF USA
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Large Group sermons from RUF at South Alabama
 
Sunday nights with RUF at the Barn for Erskine students has been a tradition since the Fall of 2003. We post our sermons for alums, prospective students and current students who are not able to join us. If you want a handout for a particular night, just email paul.patrick@ruf.org
 
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RUF Arkansas
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Sermons/Talks from Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) at the University of Arkansas (woo pig)
 
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Series: Ecclesiastes - Rethinking Everything
 
Our intern, Joel May, helps us understand what it means and why it matters that we share in Christ's suffering and glory.
 
I am the good shepherd - What does it look like to follow him?
 
You can't have the full life yourself without thinking outside yourself.
 
Series: Ecclesiastes - Rethinking Everything
 
8 Things to Know about Suffering and the Light of Jesus.
 
Proverbs 10:11, 18, 19; 12:17-18; 13:3; 15:1, 23; 18:2, 21; 24:26; 27:19; 29:11 | Nearly 13% of all the Proverbs deal with our words. In other 'words' (sorry), the Proverbs talk a lot about talking. Listen here to what our words are for and practical ways to use them in light of the gospel.
 
This week we looked at the account of Israel at the Red Sea. As we looked at Israel in a desperate situation, we considered ourselves when we are in similar situations. Like Israel, we can respond in fear or trust.
 
Large Group week 6 for RUF at UNCW. From this point forward we will look at the I AM statements of Jesus! I am the bread of life.
 
Jeremiah answers the question every Christian struggles with at one point or another: "How should I interact with the people and places God's put me in? How can I be faithful without selling out or assimilating?"
 
(NOTE: Poor audio quality halfway through) Proverbs 5:21; 15:22; 16:1,3,9,25,33; 19:21; 20:24; 21:2; 21:30 | Proverbs seeks to give us an understanding about how our choices and God's plan co-exist at the same time.
 
Week 6 of RUF Large Group. The woman at the well and how we try to side step Jesus.
 
Week 5 of RUF Large Group. We look at how big the gospel is with a familiar passage. For God so love the world...
 
Religion is like handing flight instructions to a caterpillar. It asks the impossible and so it's inevitably defeating and pointless. The Gospel, on the other hand, transforms caterpillars into butterflies and calls them to take to the skies and "Fly!" Peter tells us that Christians were saved for holiness. And freedom. And obedience. And love. ...…
 
Proverbs 3:34; 11:2; 13:10; 15:25; 16:18-19; 18:12, 21:4; 22:4; 29:23; 30:13 | Here, we take a look at what author Dorothy Sayers calls "the sin of trying to be...God." What is pride and how do we find healing for our pride before Jesus?
 
Week 4 in our John Series. Last week we saw the graciousness of Christ at the Wedding at Cana. This week, we look at his justice and judgement in the temple.
 
In Psalm 73, Asaph lays his soul bare and shows us that when we lose perspective in our relationship with God, we also lose heart. And when we lose heart, we lose our footing. And when we lose our footing, we slip and fall. Into cynicism, into burn-out, into unbelief and envying the wicked. Asaph's words are an anatomy of how this happens. But ...…
 
How do we make sense of the world? What is our place in it? The opening chapters of the book of Genesis give us a lot of insight into our world, ourselves, and the God who made it all. Music: "I Want the World to Stop" by Belle & Sebastian. All rights reserved.
 
How do we make sense of the world? What is our place in it? The opening chapters of the book of Genesis give us a lot of insight into our world, ourselves, and the God who made it all. Music: "I Want the World to Stop" by Belle & Sebastian. All rights reserved.
 
Spring 2018 Series: Beyond Good Advice, The Sermon on the Mount
 
Third is our series on the Gospel of John. The story of the first miracle of Christ at the wedding at Cana. Jesus fills our emptiness.
 
It's in seasons of wilderness and suffering that God reveals most clearly the "real" you--good, bad, and ugly. But it's also in the wilderness that he reveals himself most clearly--near, generous, and faithful. In seasons of our lives when resources seem the most scarce, faith the most faint, and God the most distant He is actually up to some o ...…
 
Prov. 2 | Wisdom is gift to us from God himself. Even so, it must be sought out. How do we gain it and what the promises it gives us?
 
This week we continued to look at Moses' encounter with God at the Burning Bush. However, this week we see Moses begin to turn inward, fearful, and insecure in response to God's call. We considered some of our biggest reasons for fear and how God provides help in this.
 
Second in our series on the book of John. Looking at the coming of Jesus into the world and what it means for us today.
 
This week we looked at the famous account of Moses and the burning bush. We asked the question, how do we respond to God's call in our lives? We should respond by remembering who is this God who calls ... that he's personal, covenant-keeping, and all powerful.
 
First in our series on the Gospel of John. Starting at the END of the book of John. Living in response to the resurrection.
 
The Apostle Peter calls us "elect exiles." When he uses this term, he knows he's using words that have a rich, ancient legacy in the story of God's people. But they're also words that seem to contradict. How can we simultaneously be "elect" (chosen of God, redeemed, renewed, beloved, care for) and also exiled (seemingly wandering through the wi ...…
 
In our final sermon from our series "Signs & Wonders: The Miracles of Jesus" we looked at Jesus' resurrection, specifically his interaction with Mary Magdalene at the tomb. We see here a beautiful picture of how Jesus meets us in our doubts and brings real change into our lives.
 
As we looked at the account of Jesus' raising of Lazarus from the dead, we considered some hard questions about suffering. We asked what we look to in our suffering and what does Jesus say to our suffering. We saw that Jesus' response to suffering in this passage gives us great hope in our suffering.…
 
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