A Fellowship of Christian Students
Transforming the University, the Marketplace, and the World
Welcome to the XA (Chi Alpha) Campus Ministry home page here at Cameron University. We are not a fraternity, sorority, or a social organization. Chi Alpha is an interdenominational Christian student organization whose purpose on campus is to provide a resource for interested students, so they may prosper in Jesus Christ.
Chi Alpha (pronounced "kai alpha") stands for the Greek words "Christou apostoloi" -- Christ's sent ones, or, Christ's Ambassadors. This is based on the words of the Apostle Paul, "We are therefore Christ's ambassadors...we implore you on Christ's behalf: be reconciled to God" (2 Corinthians 5:20).
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Our Fall 2015 Bible Study begins with a discipleship course on Tuesdays at 7:00pm in MCC 212. The emphasis is on building our personal relationship with God. We plan to do this through investigating...
CU Chi Alpha's Fall 2015 Welcome To CUXA was a pizza mixer. Seventeen students and four CUXA staff had opportunity to meet and greet. The Student President and Co-Vice President introduced students with a powerpoint presentation of the planned schedule of events. Dr. Bryan, the faculty advisor, introduced the CUXA staff.
CUXA has a history of being part of statewide XA retreats, attending regional XA conferences, and participating in national leadership institutes. The picture above was taken at the annual XA ice skating event in OKC that occurs every January.
All the Chi Alpha chapters in Oklahoma join in a fall semester Breakaway retreat. The Fall 2015 XA Breakaway theme is "Unshaken." Join Oklahoma Chi Alpha for the weeked on September 25-27 at the Sparks Camp near Sparks for worship, impactful teaching, and a lot of fun with other college students from across the state.
Chi Alpha chapters from our South Central Region unite in a conference during Christmas break. CU XA has taken about twenty different students over the past ten years to this regional conference. It has rotated from Glorietta, NM, to Grand Lake, OK, to Dallas, TX, to Lake View Conference Center near Waxahachie, TX. CU students were able to get together with five hundred to a thousand students annually from Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas.
Reach-The-U Institute Third Week of June
Several hundred students, faculty advisors, and directors annually get together in Springfield, MO during June for a conference on how to better serve your campus. Our chapter has taken about ten students to this conference over the past ten years.
The XA Classic Golf Tournament