After much prayer and consideration, we’ve decided to join the larger Adventist Christian Fellowship community of the Seventh-day Adventist Church! We wanted the MIT community to know and understand exactly who we are and what are group is all about, and this name change will help with that. We hope and pray that we’ll be better able to connect with Adventist and non-Adventist students alike in the MIT community.
Campus HOPE will host a Wellness Workshop at W20-202 from Noon-2pm.
Darlye Innocent (PhD) will be leading out a session on how to maintain a well balanced life: balanced in more ways than academics.
CampusHOPE MIT will host Campus Church tomorrow 7th March, 2015 at the MIT Chapel.
Come and invite all your friends too!
Workshop dates: Jan 12-16
Time: 4-5:30 PM
What do the prophecies and teachings in the Bible mean? How do they relate to us? Are they even valid for our contemporary society? Come and explore what the Bible has to say about itself, Jesus, and our world today.
Bring your questions to our nightly Q&A sessions, and bring a Bible (or one will be provided) and a notepad.
-Can the Bible be Trusted? – Daniel 2
-Prophecy’s Historical Significance – Daniel 8, 9
-The Suffering Savior – The Prophecy of Christ in Isaiah 52 and 53
-Prophecy in the Present – Matthew 24
-Practical Christianity in Today’s Society – The Spiritual Journey of Mary Magdalene
If you want to delve deeper into these topics, join us the following week for further discussions.
“Who his own self bare our sins in his own body on the tree, that we, being dead to sins, should live unto righteousness: by whose stripes ye were healed.” 1 Peter 2:24
December 31, 2014 – January 4, 2015
This year’s GYC theme is “At the Cross” and will be focusing on Christ’s sacrifice for us. Visit the website here and register here. If you would like to go, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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