Jane is a Co-Chapter Director for University of California at Irvine, University of California at Los Angeles and Irvine Valley College. She is also the Ratio Christi Regional Director of California. Her passion is working with students university and college students because it is a pivotal time in their lives to figure out who they are and what they believe. She enjoys deep conversations and providing a place for students to come with their questions and find answers.
Jane’s credentials include:
- Biology B.A. University of California, Santa Cruz, 2006
- Christian Apologetics M.A. Biola University, 2011
- Certificate of Completion in Bioethics and Family, Education and Society- Ateneo Pontificio Regina Apostolorum, Rome, Italy 2016
Some Christians are concerned about the new leadership poised to take power in Washington, D.C. as a result of this week’s elections. There is legitimate concern that this new leadership will be unfriendly toward Christians and the biblical values we are called to live by each day. The news media continues to debate if this was a “blue wave” or simply a temporary correction to the balance of power, but one thing we know for sure: There is a powerful “wave” ascending to leadership in our nation—today’s college students are the future leaders of our nation and what they are learning about God and Christianity does not bode well for our nation. But some people called by God are interceding and influencing tomorrow’s leaders in a positive way.
Jane Pantig is Co-Chapter Director at the University of California System for Ratio Christi Ministries. Jane joins us this morning to share some of the crucial questions today’s students are asking and the importance of giving them truthful, biblical answers to their questions.