You are invited to “College Night” hosted by the Center for Great Commission Studies during Global Missions Week. The event will be this Wednesday, April 17 at 6:30 pm in Ledford. The evening will consist of dinner (breakfast for dinner!), a game outdoors, and a time of prayer and worship for the nations. The purpose of the night is to unveil a new degree program that The College at Southeastern will begin offering in the Fall- Bachelor of Arts in Global Studies, as well as to provide opportunities for students to learn how they can be a part of fulfilling the Great Commission. During dinner, students will get to talk with IMB missionaries and journeymen to answer questions such as:
- How can the Lord use me (I’m a music major… love technology…love photography… etc) to reach the nations?
- What does it look like to live in another country?
- What are the biggest challenges as a missionary?
- What are the best moments of living overseas?
- What does the process of applying for journeyman look like?
- What about my debt? My family? My fears?
It will also be a great time to take a break from classwork, enjoy time with fellow students, and get to know the CGCS office. and IMB missionaries. One student who attends will be awarded a scholarship to the Washington, DC mission trip with the CGCS.
If you are interested in attending, please RSVP by clicking here.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 919-761-2302. Hope to see you there!