The College at Southeastern periodically hosts worship nights for the undergraduate students to come together as a body and remember why they are pursuing Ministry. These nights are meant to glorify God, unify the college, and to spend time worshiping through music, Scripture, testimonies, and other creative talents. These worship nights are called Calibrate. The Liele House, one of the houses for The College at Southeastern’s new House System, will be hosting Calibrate on November 3, 2016 at 9:00pm in Appleby Chapel. The Liele House will lead worship and will display acts of service. Liele is excited to announce that Dr. Tony Merida, professor at Southeastern and Pastor of Imago Dei church, will be our speaker for Calibrate!
The Liele House Values are delight, devotion and service. These values were chosen because of George Liele’s delight in, devotion to, and service to those in captivity, the church, his family, and the Lord Jesus Christ. Liele’s Calibrate service is going to be highlighting the theme of delight. Calibrate will seek to show how Christians, the Liele House, and The College can delight in the Lord. Everything from the speaker, the worship, the spoken word testimonial piece, and how the service carries itself will point to the delight that Christians have in Christ.
Make sure to save the date for the Liele Calibrate! Calibrate is not just for the students of Liele, but it is for the whole college!
Calibrate | Thursday | November 3 | 9:00pm | Appleby Chapel