THERE ARE BILLIONS OF PEOPLE
UNREACHED BY THE GOSPEL.
JESUS COMMISSIONED HIS DISCIPLES TO
"GO INTO THE ENTIRE WORLD AND PREACH THE GOOD NEWS TO THE WHOLE CREATION."
Duck Dynasty was an American reality television series on A&E that portrayed the lives of the Robertson family, who became successful from their family-operated business, Duck Commander. The West Monroe, Louisiana, business makes products for duck hunters, primarily a duck call called Duck Commander. The Robertson men are known for their long beards and their conservative Christian views.
Alan Robertson is the oldest son of Phil and Miss Kay Robertson. He helped start the family business, Duck Commander, and left there in the late ‘80’s to serve as a minister for 22 years at the White’s Ferry Road Church in West Monroe, LA, which was where NationsUniversity was incorporated. He went back to Duck Commander in 2012 to begin appearing on the Robertson’s TV show, which ended after 11 Seasons. He has authored and co-authored several books and speaks around the country about the reasons behind the success of the show and Robertson values of faith, family and ducks.
One of Nashville’s most successful songwriters for more than two decades, Gary Chapman has also made a name for himself as a performer and radio/television personality.
Gary has won seven Dove Awards and five Grammy nominations as an artist. He also hosted TNN’s flagship show and the Sam’s Place series at the historic Ryman Auditorium. He has produced CMT’s Musik Mafia TV and a number of documentaries and specials.
After spending a lifetime in higher education, Mac Lynn’s dream at retirement was to package everything he knew and give it away. NationsUniversity has been the vehicle for giving away that body of knowledge which continues to grow, improve, and offer an affordable Christian education.
For twenty-five years, Mac and Marty Lynn have poured their time, treasure, and love into NationsUniversity.
In 2020 - the University's 25th anniversary - we request your support for an ambitious, strategic goal that will fulfill the calling for 1,111 student to Change Their World in 2020-21!
Over the next 25 years, we eagerly anticipate assisting at least 2,000 scholarship worthy students per year.
If your interest is supporting incarcerated students, we seek gifts totaling $150,00 to provide for all our prison students across the United States.
For developing nations such as Uganda, Nigeria, and Malaysia, $350,000 will provide life-changing study for all our enrolled men and women.
Tuition for students in developed nations is only $1,800 per academic year. Your gift assists with online resources for these students.
Any funding we receive beyond our scholarship need contributes to the platform and online resources provided to all students at no extra cost to the student.
Since the formulation of NationsUniversity in 1995, more than 33,000 students have experienced the building of their faith through Bible study.
Founders Dr. Mac Lynn and Dr. Richard Ady met the challenge to provide education in a nontraditional format to impact the world for Christ without the expense of travel to America. The curriculum they repurposed for NationsUniversity has been tremendously well received and expanded to meet expressed need.
Thousands of students have trained to become Christian leaders and secured jobs in ministry, nonprofit, and other service careers. They have gained skills to serve as ethical leaders in their communities. They are teaching their peers in places previously unavailable to them.
And yet, as we all know, the world is desperate for more leaders with character and integrity. Students who seek this kind of education, however, cannot be hindered with debt as they move into ministry and service careers.
This is where you come into the picture! YOU are the hero in our students’ story!
Each time you step forward with a gift of scholarship, another student leaps forward in faith to receive the education that can transform their community. NationsU simply provides the platform and curriculum begun 25 years ago.
YOU make the difference between someone considering an online degree and one who says: “Thank you for making this possible! Yes, I want to begin my studies!”