What to Do after College? Check Out Brazos Fellowship
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How do we invest in the future leaders of the church? What might it look like for local churches to help college graduates step into adulthood? How can we cultivate lasting habits in young women and men about to embark on their vocations of work and ministry?
These are the questions driving Brazos Fellows, a nine-month residential fellowship in Waco, TX. Sponsored by Christ Church Waco, Brazos Fellows aims at preparing women and men for lives of mature Christian discipleship.
The program is designed for recent college graduates who desire to be formed through theological training, spiritual disciplines, vocational discernment, and life together.
For nine months, Brazos Fellows study theology and the history of the church, take on disciplines of prayer, spiritual direction, and service, and explore their own vocation under the guidance of a tutor and life coach—all in the context of shared life.
If you or someone you know is a recent college graduate, we invite you to learn more at brazosfellows.com. Now accepting applications for the 2018-2019 cohort.
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