Christian Ministries Dependent Grant

$1,000

Deadline Varies

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Roberts Wesleyan offers grants upon application to students with financial need who are legally dependent children of parents employed in full-time Christian service. This is a needs-based grant, also available to transfer students who meet the same criteria. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Scholarship Committee
  • 2301 Westside Dr.
  • Rochester, NY 14624
  • 585-594-6000

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Kaigoulen Sitlhou  on 9/12/2020 11:26:18 PM

I'm pursuing my doctor of Theology at Aizawl Theological College, Mizoram, India. Since my family is the only source funding my studies, I would like to request help to continue my studies.

kelvin jones  on 9/1/2020 2:26:46 AM

Hi, name is Kelvin Jones.i am a missionary kid. I am currently studying at Northcentral University. I am taking a pastoral major and a business minor as well as christian studies. I have been struggling with finding the correct job that fits according to my schedule. I am currently staying in the dorms of NCU, while my parents are preparing to go back on the mission field which is stated in Africa. This scholarship would be an incredible help to helping me boost my career studies into youth ministry.

Levi K  on 7/2/2020 11:00:41 AM

My family are missionaries in Guatemala. I recently moved back with my grandparents and will be attending college in 2021 fall semester and would like financial help. I love God and helping people and want to pursue a career in business.

Ezra Lulu  on 3/9/2020 7:20:50 AM

Thank you for supporting needy students. Do you support any in Africa? I have tried to create an account but it does not come through because in Kenya we do not have zip codes but postal codes.. My parents are full-time ministers in a local church in Kenya. I will appreciate your quick response on this. Thanks.

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