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Our Vision

CCF exists to Glorify God by building laborers at the University of Louisville for the lost world.

To that end, we hope to be marked by these six principles:

Clear Gospel: We believe God calls us to salvation through the gospel. Therefore, we want to be unmistakingly clear about this message.

Investment in Leaders: The best people to reach the campus with the gospel are college students. We believe it is essential to train, mobilize, and empower a generation of student leaders who have a passion for reaching the lost on campus.

Multiplication: We value the example of multiplication found in Jesus’ ministry and the rest of Scripture (2 Timothy 2:2). In light of this, we hope our students are not overly concerned with CCF events and programs. Rather, we hope to enable them to proclaim Christ faithfully through relationships in order to raise up younger gospel laborers, who will teach others also.

Students Who Love God’s Word: God’s Word is essential for salvation, sanctification, and training. From our preaching to our discipleship and evangelism, we hope and pray that God’s Word is at the center of everything we do.

Students Who Go: We hope that evangelism doesn’t stop when students graduate. Rather, we want them to be faithful gospel witnesses in their families, churches, workplaces, and to the nations.

Discipled and Empowered by the Church: Jesus has a special love for the church and he has given the church the authority to carry out its mission – to make disciples of all nations. Everything we do at CCF is empowered by the church. Our staff are under the authority of the elders at Third Avenue Baptist Church, and we hope that CCF students become faithful disciples of Christ not primarily through CCF, but in and through healthy local churches.