‘Brazen Generation’ spreads word on campus

By Paola Cardenas
Each month, a group of students from the University of the Incarnate Word and other universities gather for a “Brazen Generation” non-denominational service.
The latest praise-and-worship gathering was Thursday, March 24, on Dubuis Lawn. Zach Cherian preached. And a prayer was said before students enjoyed pizza and other refreshments.
Brazen Generation is a non-denomination Christian campus ministry organization founded by Zack Cherian International Ministries.
Brazen Generation was created in order to “raise a generation of Kingdom warriors and teach them the truth of the gospel, and understand what it means to be a Christian,” said UIW student Corey Franklin, one of the leaders of the organization. “We also help people to be bold and accept God in their lives,” said Franklin.
Brazen does a lot of traveling not just in Texas, but all over the world, Franklin said.
“We have established an orphanage in India and (are) currently working on building another one in Africa,” said Franklin. The organization has also established a house of prayer in San Antonio.
“We finally got all the paperwork done, so Brazen will be an organization at UIW next year,” said Franklin.

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