Campus Spiritual LifeCampus Spiritual Life

Campus Spiritual Life

Campus Ministry at Concordia University is here to help you explore your faith identity in a safe and welcoming environment with staff, faculty, and peers who care deeply for you.

Enough is our Concordia University Texas theme for the 2023-2024 academic year. The word ENOUGH is used quite often in our daily questioning. Think about it.

  • Do I have enough gas to drive back to campus?
  • Am I prepared enough for my final exams?
  • Will I have enough money to pay my tuition bill?


As we explore the world and our place in it, we might ask, “Am I good enough? Is God good enough to help my life?” We have questions. God has answers. And there is enough truth from God’s Word to go around, relate, and help us in our journey.

Each week we encourage and invite you to get answers to those questions by diving into a new big idea of ENOUGH through these online devotionals and a short video of encouragement.

Student Devotional  Parent Devotional

There’s more than enough joy in human life!

Explore this week's devotionals:




Interested in strengthening your sense of community and deepening your faith?

Explore the various meeting times for our Grow Groups throughout the week. No need to RSVP, just come along!

Explore Grow Groups


Our theme verse is pulled from 2 Corinthians 12:9. Paul has been struggling with what he describes as a “thorn in the flesh.” The precise nature of this severe affliction remains unknown. “But God said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” God’s Word expresses that human weakness provides the ideal opportunity to display God’s divine power.

Am I enough? Am I good enough? Am I better than enough?

Will I make it through this struggle? Is God here with us through the struggle?

Jesus answers this way, “My grace is all you need. My power works best in weakness” (NLT - New Living Translation).

Our contentment begins with hearing these words spoken from Jesus to us and for our lives ahead. Good news, His grace is sufficient and adequate for our journey ahead. We try to put so many things in place of God’s goodness and grace, which leaves us empty every time, running on fumes. Grace is the foundation of your interior spiritual house. Your most significant need has been met. Jesus’ death and resurrection fulfill our need for rescue from our sins and death.

When we truly believe that God is enough, all that we truly need to define us, the way we see our weaknesses can shift. Paul continues, “Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses, so that Christ’s power may rest on me.”

Paul boasts about His weaknesses. Wow, that’s such great faith in Christ. Let us pray that we can get to that point to see our weaknesses as a chance to rely on God’s power fully. Anyone feeling weak? Anyone feeling insecure or anxious? Anyone struggling with something they are not sure how to overcome? Christ’s power rests with each of us today right where you are, for whatever you are dealing with, and by grace through faith, He will see you through it.

This next year, we will tackle plenty of sub-themes around the banner of “Enough.” Each week of the semester, we will focus on a new, fresh angle of this theme. You will be encouraged as a group of students or colleagues on a team or before a staff/faculty/team meeting to use the three weekly Enough Big Idea Devotions provided online to integrate your faith identity into your vocation and work. Some of the upcoming Big Ideas we will be exploring are:

  • “God placed you here, and that is enough.”
  • “You are enough because He said you are enough.”
  • “Our Father is bigger than our circumstances, even when the world is falling apart.”
  • “Following Jesus requires sacrifice.”


These Big Idea themes can be woven into your classroom prayers, team meeting devotionals before the strategy session, huddles before games, and personal devotional time with Jesus, and we can’t wait to see the countless ways you will use this theme - ENOUGH.

2 Corinthians 12:9

Rev. Dr. Curtis P. Giese provides a background and interpretation of 2 Cor 12:9 by diving into the Greek text, reason for the Apostle Paul's writing to the church at Corinth, and some significant hope filled insights rooted in the person and work of Jesus Christ. Take a look.

Read more

Spring Devotionals

Fall Devotionals