CCU offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs, as well as an adult degree completion program (CALL). Their vision is to develop students into selfless, well-rounded leaders who follow Christ and positively impact their community, country and world.
Based in Cincinnati, City Gospel Mission helps the homeless and hurting break the cycle of poverty and despair. They endeavor to engage, equip and empower those in need with the spiritual, emotional, mental and physical skills and resources to achieve long-term life transformation and self-sufficiency. Their proven programs and services are centered on caring, personal relationships focused in four key service areas: food and shelter, recovery, at-risk youth, and job readiness and placement.
A conference of the Christian Church/Churches of Christ, ICOM exists to encourage, equip and enlist workers for the harvest.
The North American Christian Convention is an annual gathering of Christians for worship, preaching, teaching, fellowship, and networking. The North American Christian Convention exists to provide ideas, inspiration, and identity to Restoration Movement churches, ministries, and their leaders.
Woodland Lakes is committed to creating a safe and nurturing environment where campers can grow spiritually, socially, emotionally, and physically while enjoying God’s creation. Campers are provided the opportunity to better understand themselves, their relationship to God, and the people in their lives so they can apply their faith in everyday life. Campers of all ages, ethnicities, gifts, and challenges will find their time here enriching and encouraging.
IFI is a Christian community organization that works in partnership with universities and volunteers to promote friendship and hospitality for international students, scholars and family members. IFI links international students with US American volunteers from local churches who are interested in cross-cultural exchange and who help meet the various practical needs internationals face in living in another culture.
While IFI is not financially supported by LifeSpring, many LifeSpring members are involved. They work with international students studying at the University of Cincinnati in a variety of ways, including being Friendship Partners and providing food for Friday night Bible studies.