“Can my major change the world?”
If God has called us into a specific major, then our future career should matter to his purpose to change the world. In this interactive discussion group, we will learn about how our vocations fit into the mission of God.
This Life Group (one of the official Spiritual Formation Opportunities at Malone University) is specifically tailored to help students work through a biblical, practical, and hopeful path toward the integration of the Christian faith with vocation.
Also, the group laughs a lot and develops friendships.
Led by Bob Robinson, the Executive Director for Reintegrate.
For each session a student attends, he or she receives a full credit toward their twenty required per semester for spiritual formation.
Tuesdays, 10:30 – 11:20 AM
Brehme Centennial Center – CC107
This ministry is made possible by the Coalition for Christian Outreach (CCO).
Bob Robinson has been serving college students with CCO for nine years.
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