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Alexander Christian Foundation Scholarship

$2,000

March 01, 2022

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Alexander Christian Foundation is a unique, non-profit, organization established in 1964 to grant scholarships to Indiana residents pursuing full-time vocations in Christian ministry. Mr. Bill Duncan, with support of local ministers, business leaders, and profits from his personal business, awarded the first of over 900 scholarships. Alexander, meaning “helper”, was chosen to represent the mission of the foundation. To date, over $2.5 million combined dollars in scholarship have been awarded. Resulting in trained Christian servants ministering to people around the world. With established perpetual endowment funds, there is no end in sight to this opportunity!
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    For students pursuing a degree in full-time vocational ministry or missions. Must be an Indiana resident, member of an Indiana Christian Church or Church of Christ, and attend a Christian college affiliated with the Restoration Movement.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 312 E Main St Ste B
  • PO Box 246
  • Greenfield, IN 46140
  • info@acfindiana.org
  • 317-210-8003
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