Things we all have in common:
Impact is for:
And finally, those in need of love - the wonderful, life-giving, unconditional kind that we can only get from one source. College is hard, and goodness knows we can’t make it through the year running on only our own strength and motivation.
The first weeks of Impact have really set the pace of what to expect for the rest of the year. Over 30 students have experienced a weekly life group, and about the same number attended our first Night of Worship. We appreciate the presence of each and every one of you, and we’re so glad you got to experience Impact firsthand - whether it be the first time you’ve heard of us or you’ve been a regular. We’re also incredibly thankful for being able to connect with all the students we’ve seen at the Involvement Expo and before classes even started at freshmen orientations.
This semester, we’re delving into the book of Acts. If you have questions about the start of Christianity - how ideals were formed, how the church was formed, how it all started to take shape - then Life Groups will quench your curiosity, and even spark more questions. We’ll explore events and things that real people dealt with in order to get the Christian Church started.
What does it mean to be a Christian? How can you be a light with your blessings and circumstances right now? How can you get inspired and inspire others naturally as a result? Every one of you holds an important place in the kingdom of God. To get connected to this study of Acts, you can start (or continue) attending one of our weekly life groups here on campus. We’d love to have you! Times and locations are here: http://www.impactatiupui.com/lifegroups.
On your marks… Let’s make this a blessed semester.
Haley Welch, Student President of Impact Christian Fellowship at IUPUI