Living Missions Virtually

Posted by Melanie Lynch in Chi Alpha Connection, Cross-Cultural Missions, Expeditions, and Student
Chicago Chi Alpha students from Northwestern University, Loyola University, and Columbia College went on a mission trip to Eurasia but never once stepped foot overseas. Rather than boarding a plane with passport in hand, the team participated in a three-day virtual trip through the Virtual We Live Missions Experience, whichwas put in place last year after COVID-19 shut down travel. The experience is designed with three components—abiding, experiences, and missionary engagement—so Chi Alpha team leaders and Assemblies of God World…

Alumni Spotlight: Semaj Braddock

Posted by The National Chi Alpha Ministry Center in Chi Alpha Connection, Cross-Cultural Missions, and Diversity
by Lindsey Lohr Semaj is on the right. Semaj Braddock graduated from Virginia Union University (VUU) with majors in social science and history and is now a sixth-grade history teacher. Semaj shares his experiences with Richmond Chi Alpha, and how his time at an HBCU equipped him to minister to his students in a tumultuous time. How did you first get involved with Chi Alpha? Richmond Chi Alpha (RXA) participated in an organization fair I went to as a student.…

Stepping into the Journey

Posted by Rigoberto Herrera in Chi Alpha Connection, Cross-Cultural Missions, and Diversity
“Integrative.” That’s how Jen Moss from University of Virginia Chi Alpha describes her experience taking the Journey to Unity and Diversity course. During fall 2020, seventy-one Chi Alpha staff and interns went through the four-week online course created by XA Diversity. It incorporates both video and written lessons paired with cohort discussions and other assignments. “This course broadened my understanding of what can be different between people,” Moss continues. “I cannot assume what I know of someone’s experience and must…

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