Summer is an incredible time for hosting events where fun and friendship can be facilitated. Planning these types of events can be as important as small group Bible studies for building relationships and fostering community.
The amazing privilege of being missionaries on the college campus is the opportunities it affords our staff and student leaders to share life with others
Pool parties, camps, retreats, waterslides, float trips, worship nights under the stars, and advancing the gospel in some of the most remote places in the world. This is the opportunity that college students have in the uniquely special season of life of the after high school but before being a professional kicks in.
In the first part of this series, we looked in-depth at how Proverbs 10:1-3 can assist as young adults transition to college. Here, we see that there are applications in each of the remaining verses of Proverbs 10 along with the conclusion to the author’s thoughts.
Exciting senior trips, inspiring graduation speeches, nostalgic summer vacations, bittersweet goodbyes in high school and so much more
Bekah Gulledge, who serves on staff at the Metro BCM in Little Rock, recently shared a story about her most recent opportunity to be involved with Diwali, an Indian celebration.