Guys and Gals Groups – Meet us at HFC at 7pm for guys and gals groups. This semester the guys group is going through the book Traveling Light: Releasing the Burdens You Were Never Intended to Bear by Max Lucado, which is based on Psalm 23. The gals group is going through the book In His Image: 10 Ways God Calls Us to Reflect His Character by Jen Wilkin.
Worship Wednesday – Join us for Worship Wednesday! Our free meal is at 7pm, and worship is at 8pm. This week as we continue our “That You May Believe” series on apologetics a very special guest, Patrick Mead, will be joining us.
Patrick Mead is the preaching minister at Fourth Avenue Church of Christ in Franklin, Tennessee, and is a guest speaker in many conferences, retreats, and churches across the United States. Patrick’s background is neuroscience. He has two doctorates in it (research psychology, psychoneuroimmunology) and still teaches continuing medical unit courses in that subject at The Ohio State University and other universities as well as hospitals and clinics. He is also a consultant and instructor with various law enforcement groups (federal, state level, and foreign) on the psychology of fear and recovery.
He will talk about how he came to faith again (raised in a church, became agnostic, came back to faith) by encountering some unexpected science in scripture…and how he learned to read scripture in context which allowed him to believe while still working as a scientist.
Game Night – Join us at 7pm on Thursday, February 7, for game night! We will have a Super Smash Bros. tournament and ping pong tournament.
Bible class and Worship at Greenwood Park Church of Christ – Many HFC students regularly attend Greenwood Park Church of Christ, the sponsoring church of Hilltoppers for Christ. Bible class starts at 9am and is in room 210. Coffee is provided. This semester we’re going through the first five books of the Old Testament: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. After Bible class, worship with the whole church starts at 10am. Greenwood Park’s address is 1818 Campbell Lane, which is about 3 miles from WKU. If you need a ride to church, contact Ryan Cole.