Graduate christian fellowship at emu

Join other graduate students for encouragement and community!

Welcome to Grad & Faculty Ministry 

Grad Students at EMU 

The Graduate Christian Fellowship at Eastern seeks to be a vibrant and welcoming community through the study and application of God’s word in our lives, our community, our departments, and our campus. We also desire to foster the growing and deepening of relationships with our Lord Jesus Christ and each other through praying with and for one another and serving those in need. The Graduate Christian Fellowship provides a place for Christian dialogue and discipleship within the University community in order to bring a Christian perspective to the academic arena and to enable Christian graduate and professional students to become more effective witnesses to the glory and honor of Jesus Christ. Email Rob for more info: 



We meet weekly over the lunch hour for Bible study throughout the semester. Please check back at the beginning of the semester for the day, time and location we will be meeting.


Graduate School Survival Kit

Want to do more than survive graduate school? Whether you are new to grad school or returning this fall, the Emerging Scholars Network has encouraging advice in this offering of their most-read posts about surviving grad school as a Christian academic.

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Weekly Readings for Small Groups

We’re all moving toward the unknown this fall. We don’t know what to expect, or even how to imagine what things will be like. It’s a critical moment when we can choose to follow Jesus on the journey, to walk by faith instead of sight.

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beginning well: Advice for new students

For those of you who are new graduate students, we offer this collection of articles gathered from The Well to help you thrive in this new endeavor. But no matter where you are in your program, we hope these articles will encourage you in your calling to teaching and scholarship.

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Emerging Scholars Network

Some great resources, whether you are starting out in grad school or returning for another year.

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