About Us

Our goal is to help you on your journey by connecting you to meaningful relationships as you discover compelling answers to serve you for the rest of your life.

We Are Real

Christianity isn't fake or dead. Christ is alive—the gospel is thriving, and we are excited to connect and study the Bible with other college students! In doing so, we can’t wait to share how God is working in our hearts and lives. Not everything in the Christian life is easy, but our desire at Purdue Bible Fellowship is to be real while we minister.

Real Purpose

Loving God and others as our fulfilling way of life

God, the Creator of the heavens and earth, designed us to live in a close relationship with Him. Joy and satisfaction in life come through following the Creator's ways which are summed up in two commands—love God and love others.

Real Answers

The Bible as our superior source of truth

As the written words of the Creator God, the Bible presents a radically alternate view of reality and truth. Therefore, the Bible, properly understood, provides all the sufficient and satisfying answers for living life now.

Real Relationships

Local churches as our communities for growth

The Creator God made us all to live in relationships with each other. Therefore, God has provided a way for many diverse people to encourage and support each other and the world community through the local church.

Where does your worldview fit?

Everyone has a worldview, a perspective that colors the way he or she looks at reality. We all find the answers to life's most important questions from our worldview. In fact, our worldview tells us what questions to ask!

What kind of worldview do you have? Sometimes our personal worldviews are really a compilation of many worldviews. At Purdue Bible Fellowship, we welcome students from all walks of life and different worldviews to come and study with us about the God of the Bible and his Son, Jesus Christ.

Here are some of the questions we regularly explore from the Bible during our sessions:

  • Who is Jesus Christ? Is He God?
  • Why would a "loving" God allow sin, death, sadness, and evil in the world?
  • Can't everyone get to God on their own?
  • Does God love me personally or just in a deistic sense?
  • Can someone's death on the cross hundreds of years ago really give me freedom today?