Everybody's Coming to Cities

From Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2012

Ray Bakke of Bakke Graduate University addresses college students on the importance of following Jesus in ministry to the poor, the immigrant, and the outcast. He reflects on Jesus' human experience as an international illegal immigrant, a homeless man, and a victim of imperial occupation. He inspires students to minister in urban cities, as they are representative of the peoples of the world.

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  • Ray Bakke

    • Chancellor, Bakke Graduate University of Ministry

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