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Colorado Christian Scripture Memory Scholarships

$4,800

January 24, 2020

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Colorado Christian University's Scripture Memory Scholarship is awarded to students who demonstrate the ability to memorize a complete book of the Bible. The Scripture Memory Scholarship allows students to use their memories to reduce tuition costs - benefiting their faith and their finances at the same time. Students can choose whichever translation they wish, or multiple translations.

    Books:
    -Matthew: $4,400
    -Mark: $2,800
    -Luke: $4,800
    -John: $3,500
    -Acts: $4,500
    -Romans: $1,800
    -Ephesians: $600
    -Hebrews: $1,300

    Award amounts vary by book. A scholarship recipient candidate may receive multiple Scripture Scholarships for memorizing multiple books of scripture. All awards will be given on a first come, first serve basis.

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 180 South Garrison Street
  • Lakewood, CO 80226
  • scripturememory@ccu.edu
  • tel: 303-963-3230
  • fax: 303-963-3231

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