Date: Sept. 1
Where: Room 5-134
Freshman year of college can be difficult. You’re in a new environment where there are new people and new responsibilities. With everything going on in your first year, how do you manage everything from academics to your spiritual life?
We don’t want you to just survive freshman year through good grades or an awesome social life. We want you to fully develop as Christ did, in wisdom, stature, and in the favor of God and man.
There will be light refreshments and games after!
“Just 1” – Collegiate Summit
When: September 26-27
Place: MIT, 77 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139
“Likewise I say to you, there is joy in the presence of the angels of God over one sinner who repents.” Luke 15:10
STRIDE and Campus HOPE invites you to the sixth annual Collegiate Summit! Witnessing on a secular campus can be difficult and it can seem overwhelming. However, by the grace of God, the impact of one converted person can be enormous. Just as Peter shared the gospel with Cornelius who then shared it with his household and when Christ witnessed to the woman at the well who then shared it with her whole town, we too can share the gospel with one person and see what God does on our campuses. Come network and serve with other college students and young adults in the Boston/Cambridge area, and learn more about the influence for God’s Kingdom one person can make – including yourself!
For more information and to register visit strideboston.org. Be prepared to receive a blessing!
About to make a big decision? Want to know how make God a part of it? Then come to our talk on keeping God in the center of making big decisions. We’ll see what the Bible has to say on decision-making and you’ll hear testimonies from current MIT students on how they let God lead them.
Making Decisions with God
Want to learn about the history of the Earth and how the Bible tells it? Come to our week-long seminar that goes through the prophecies in the books of Daniel and Revelation. These prophecies deal with the past, present, and future history of the Earth.
Dr. Jeanean Street (Associate Dean of the College of Business at Bridgewater State University and Associate Professor of Accounting and Finance) will share Biblical principles of finance and present on the following topics:
- Financial Fruit Salad — How to Understand Your Money Use
- What’s in Your Wallet — Using Credit vs Cash
- The Most Important Number You Don’t Know — Checking Your Credit Score
- Making the Most of Student Loans — Choosing the Right Loan and Amount
To the modern mind slavery ended in the 19th century, but this age-old institution has only changed form and become more insidious than ever before.
Thursday, October 3 at 7pm in 26-100 we will host a screening of “Nefarious: Merchant of Souls” (watch the trailer here: http://vimeo.com/26792244), “a hard-hitting documentary that exposes the disturbing trends in modern sex slavery.”
Friday and Saturday, Alex Niculaescu will speak on slavery; its causes and solutions from a Biblical perspective.
Alex has traveled to over 20 countries and was first made aware of the existence of modern slavery in 2009 while working in Kenya and South Sudan. Since that time, he has collaborated with many organizations like Not for Sale, Passion City Church, and Maasai Development Project in an effort to bring awareness to the issue and help end slavery. He has worked in investigation and recovery of sex trafficking and prostitution victims with Out of Darkness and has spoken about these subjects in various settings.
The Collegiate Summit is a welcome back to school, worship and training event for college students – held at MIT September 20-22nd. The theme is “Here to Serve” based on Mark 10:45.
The summit will be a great networking opportunity for Adventist students in the Boston area. Throughout the weekend you will be challenged and equipped through practical biblical training to better serve your campus.
Here to Serve collegiate summit Sep. 20-22, 2013
Following a move to have a more dynamic website, we have finally moved to using wordpress. Besides the need for dynamic content, we wanted a platform that made it really easy for non-programmers to update or change the site at will and not have to rely on the coder to do all the work.
We hope that you will enjoy what we have in store for this year. Please pray for our digital efforts in Helping Others Prepare for Eternity.
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