The HBCU Project
The HBCU Project is a faith based grass roots movement, that connects with students of Historical Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) all across America. We aim to help them share the love of God by providing historical, theological, philosophical, and scientific evidences to follow Jesus Christ.
Realizing that 70 percent of college students typically "drop out of church " during their college days, and at times will be faced with questions and challenges concerning their faith -The HBCU Nation and Millennium Church announces its re-launch of The HBCU Project! And we're inviting you to be a part of this incredible initiative.
The HBCU Project is an Apologetics focused ministry that provides resources for HBCU Students that strengthens their faith and helps students share the Love of God with others.
With the launch of The HBCU Project, Millennium Church will plant 100 "churches" on HBCU college campuses all across America within the next 3 years. Some may say, "Isn't that rather ambitious? 100 "churches" in 3 years?" Yes...It is ambitious, and "doable..." In 2012, I founded, established, and launched The HBCU Nation. Its goal is to provide capacity-building initiatives, in support of The White House HBCUs Initiative that help strengthen our nation's 100 Historically Black Colleges and Universities, by promoting HBCU Excellence, HBCU Innovation and HBCU Sustainability; primarily through its SiriusXM broadcast of The HBCU Nation Radio Show.
The African American faith community figures prominently in American society and culture. Truth be told, most of our HBCUs were birthed out the church. With the thought, "salvation for your soul and education for your mind." We know the challenges and distractions that college students have to deal with each and every day. Are we prepared to just idly stand by while 70 percent of them "drop out of church?"
HBCUs produce 25% of all African American college graduates. Future preachers, teachers, entrepreneurs, doctors, lawyers, scientists, social workers, military officers, people who will become productive law-abiding citizens that will contribute, and have contributed, much to this great nation in all fields of human endeavor!
Our esteemed colleagues at the UNCF have coined the phrase, "A mind is a terrible thing to waste but a great thing to invest in." The Apostle Paul writes in Philippians 2:5 "Let this mind be in you, that was also in Christ Jesus..."
Please allow me to personally invite you to partner with us today towards this effort of making a difference in the spiritual lives of over 300,000 HBCU students all across America.
God Bless You and be sure to add us to your prayer list.
We are The HBCU Nation, Are You In ?