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Pursue 2020 Challenges Students to Remain Faithful, Missional

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Hundreds of college students from campuses across Alabama were challenged to remain faithful in times of uncertainty and to live life as the hands and feet of Jesus now rather than later at Pursue 2020, held Feb. 21–22 at First Baptist Church, Montgomery.

Mike Nuss, director of the office of collegiate and student ministries at the Alabama Baptist State Board of Missions (SBOM) which coordinates Pursue, said the event encourages students to seek a missional lifestyle.

“College students need to be continually reminded that to follow Christ is to be on mission with the Great Commission every day, and that means more than a missions trip or project — it means living your life daily for the gospel,” Nuss said. (continued)

The article “Pursue 2020 Challenges Students to Remain Faithful, Missional” was originally posted at thealabamabaptist.org.

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