Advancing the Kingdom Through Whole-Life Conversion to Jesus...
Helping students move from:
cynic to seeker
seeker to follower
follower to leader
leader to world-changer
29 Smithies, together with 40 other students from Mount Holyoke, Amherst and UMass, went down to New Orleans for ServeUP, our annual alternative spring break trip back in March. The week was packed with long, full days on work sites as well as evenings of community reflection time...
BCM NE 2015 Conference Panel Discussion, 2/5/2016
Discussing issues of black lives in society.
On the final day of the week long service project in New Orleans over spring break students gathered in the gymnasium, formed and line, held hands and silently responded to the following prompts:
500 fraternity & sorority students from across the country.
All gathered to grow and learn about Jesus.
Miss Mary tells her story of coming back to her home in the Upper Ninth Ward, New Orleans after 10 years of being displaced after Hurricane Katrina.
What would it look like for the Kingdom of God to break into every crack and crevice of your campus? To see every dorm, every club, every class, every team, every house, every cultural group experience the healing and transforming power of Jesus? And what if it wasn't just for your school, but for every university in New England?