University of Delaware RUF International
Join us every Thursday from 6 to 8 PM at the INNternationale
Have you ever been far away from home with no family or friends? It can be a lonely feeling. The University of Delaware has over 4,200 internationals from more than 95 different countries. RUF International welcomes the nations in the love of Jesus Christ. Are you an American student who wants to meet and make international friends? Are you an international student who wants to meet and make American friends? Then RUF International at UD is for you! Broaden your global horizons, explore the good news of Jesus, and deepen your journey with the Savior of the world. Come join us for what can be a truly life-transforming experience!
Dinner and Discussion
English Conversations Class
Meet Our Team
Rick Gray began serving as a campus minister for international students with RUF-I in 2010 at his university alma mater in his hometown of Newark, Delaware. A graduate of Covenant Theological Seminary, Rick entered the gospel ministry as a youth pastor, and then served with Mission To the World in East Africa for 21 years. Rick loves learning about different cultures, hanging out with his international friends, and watching God work in their hearts and lives. Rick is married to Wendy, whom he met while they were both serving as missionaries in Uganda. The Grays have three sons: Grant (2002), Aidan (2005) and Chase (2007).
Born and raised in East Asia, Graham put his faith in Christ when he was a sophomore in college. Driven by a desire to grow his faith and his knowledge in Christ, Graham went to Jackson, Mississippi to pursue a Master of Divinity at Reformed Theological Seminary in 2017. During the four years in Jackson, Graham was a pastoral intern at Pear Orchard Presbyterian Church. Graham is excited to serve the international friends at the University of Delaware. Graham met his best friend Emily while she was serving in East Asia. They got married in 2017, and they are blessed with two wonderful children, Caleb and Abigail. The Guos love hanging out with friends and learning about new cultures, and their long-term plan is to return to East Asia to equip the brothers and sisters there to better serve the Lord.