Large Group This Friday 11/19 in 2050 VLSB
on Nov 19, 2010
Large group this week will again be at 7pm in 2050 VLSB. Come listen to Peter Wang as he continues our series on Ethnic Identity and Racial Reconciliation by talking about personal ethnic identity.
Also, two reminders:
- Our Social Justice small group is having a canned food and clothing drive. If you have anything to donate, please bring it to large group and/or give it to a number of Social Justice.
- The deadline for filling out the discipleship form is THIS Sunday, Nov 21st, at 11:59pm. If you’re interested in being discipled, please fill out this questionnaire!
Joint Sunday Night Live
on Nov 13, 2010
Sunday Night Live is BCM’s regular large group gathering, a night of performances, testimony, and fellowship. This Sunday (November 14th), all the sister ministries of InterVarsity (CCF, BCM, LaFe, Kapwa, and Greek IV) will be participating in a joint SNL from 7-9pm in 145 Dwinelle. Dinner will also be served starting 6:30pm. Come out and enjoy a night filled with performances and worship with our sister fellowships!!
on Nov 12, 2010
Interested in being discipled? Then please fill out this questionnaire! If you don’t know the answer to some of the questions, feel free to leave them blank. If you have questions, please direct them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note that the last day to fill this out is Sunday, November 21st, at 11:59pm.
Large Group This Friday 11/12 in 2050 VLSB
on Nov 10, 2010
Large group will be at 7pm in 2050 VLSB (the Chan Shun auditorium) this Friday! Join us as we begin a new series, Ethnic Identity and Racial Reconciliation. If you’ve ever wondered why God made you a certain ethnicity, or how this affects what you do, or how racial groups can be reconciled, this series is for you! Erina Kim will be the speaker.
Discipleship Training Tomorrow
on Nov 10, 2010
What is discipleship? How did Jesus disciple others? What does discipleship accomplish and what does it require? Rachel Hamilton (IV grad and staff of Christian non-profit Ordinary Saints) and Tyler Watson (IV grad and local pastor) will be hosting a training session for any students interested in learning more about how to influence others through a discipleship relationship. Through examining both Scripture and real life examples, you will gain a vision for what discipleship is and how it can happen in a college context.
Please note that the training is mandatory for anybody who wants to be a discipler. Both CCF leaders and any other students (sophomores and up) interested in discipling must come both to get trained AND to hear more about how discipleship will happen in CCF. If you want to disciple but can’t attend, please email Erina at email@example.com.
When: Thursday, November 11th, 3-5pm
Where: First Presbyterian Church, Classroom G202