"UPDATE: University’s nondiscrimination policy unconstitutionally discriminated against the campus ministry." - C.Today
"If it is not about a place, what is it about? That question forces us to consider what 'it' is. What is the point, the purpose, of Falls Creek? The purpose is bringing lost teenagers to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ....We don't have to go to the Arbuckle Mountains to do this work of evangelism." - BPNews
The foreign students flooding into U.S. universities are, in some ways, the ideal ministry field. Many are bright and affluent, able to afford some of the world’s top schools. That means they’re also likely future leaders, one day returning home to take influential positions. And generally comfortable with and curious about religion, they’re not hampered by the apathy or antagonism some American students feel toward Christianity.