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  • Can We Trust The Bible?


  • Week 16 - What Does The Bible Say About... Stress?

     

     

    Stress and Anxiety?

    Should you be so stressed about finals week? Is it okay to worry about things that you have no control over? Is there a Biblical way to lessen the feeling of anxiety that you have? Find out during our discussion this week as we delve into some of the claims made by the Bible.

    The conversation starts on Friday at 2pm in the TUC Food Court, near the stairs! This is our final meeting for the semester and I hope you all enjoyed it as much as I have. We've learned about so many topics and how to approach them with a Biblical worldview.

    Next semester, we'll be discussing "Objections to Biblical Christianity" and how to answer the questions posed by the skeptics. We haven't decided on a specific date and time yet, so let me know your schedule and I'll find a spot that works best.

    May God bless you all as you head into the winter break and I look forward to seeing everyone in January!

  • Week 15 - What Does The Bible Say About... Relationships?

     

     

    Relationships?

    Should we be dating or courting? Is it okay to have (any form of) sexual activity outside of marriage? What should one be looking for in a relationship partner? Find out during our discussion this week as we delve into some of the claims made by the Bible.

    The conversation starts on Friday at 2pm in the TUC Food Court, near the stairs! Want to know what to expect in the upcoming weeks? Look below!

    Week 16 (12/11) - Anxiety/Stress

    (PS - As you can see, we're getting to the end of our theme for the semester. What would you like to know more about in the spring? Let me know by December 1st!)

  • Week 13 - What Does The Bible Say About... The End Times?

     

     

    The End Times?

    How can we know when the end is near? Will we ever see world peace? Is Jesus Christ going to return to earth one day? Find out during our discussion this week as we delve into some of the claims made by the Bible.

    The conversation starts on Friday at 2pm in the TUC Food Court, near the stairs! Want to know what to expect in the upcoming weeks? Look below!

    Week 14 (11/27) - NO MEETING (Thanksgiving Break)
    Week 15 (12/4) - Marriage/Dating
    Week 16 (12/11) - Anxiety/Stress

    (PS - As you can see, we're getting to the end of our theme for the semester. What would you like to know more about in the spring? Let me know by December 1st!)

  • Week 12 - What Does The Bible Say About... LGBT Issues?

     

     

    LGBT Issues?

    Why do Christians condemn homosexuality, but not eating seafood? Is it a sin to have sex with someone of the same gender? Are LGBT people born that way? Find out during our discussion this week as we delve into some of the claims made by the Bible.

    The conversation starts on Friday at 2pm in the TUC Food Court, near the stairs! Want to know what to expect in the upcoming weeks? Look below!

    Week 13 (11/20) - World Peace/End Times
    Week 14 (11/27) - NO MEETING (Thanksgiving Break)
    Week 15 (12/4) - Marriage/Dating
    Week 16 (12/11) - Anxiety/Stress

    (PS - As you can see, we're getting to the end of our theme for the semester. What would you like to know more about in the spring? Let me know by December 1st!)

  • Week 11 - What Does The Bible Say About... Drugs and Alcohol?

     

     

    Drugs and Alcohol?

    Is it a sin to drink beer or smoke pot? Why did God make pot if He didn't want us to use it? If Jesus turned water into wine, does that mean He's okay with drinking? Find out during our discussion this week as we delve into some of the claims made by the Bible.

    The conversation starts on Friday at 2pm in the TUC Food Court, near the stairs! Want to know what to expect in the upcoming weeks? Look below!

    Week 12 (11/13) - LGBT
    Week 13 (11/20) - World Peace/End Times
    Week 14 (11/27) - NO MEETING (Thanksgiving Break)
    Week 15 (12/4) - Marriage/Dating
    Week 16 (12/11) - Anxiety/Stress

    (PS - As you can see, we're getting to the end of our theme for the semester. What would you like to know more about in the spring? Let me know by December 1st!)

  • Week 10 - What Does The Bible Say About... Abortion?

     

     

    Abortion?

    Is the Bible against "women's healthcare?" Why are Christians against a woman's "right to choose?" Is abortion murder? What if a woman was raped? Find out during our discussion this week as we delve into some of the claims made by the Bible.

    The conversation starts on Friday at 2pm in the TUC Food Court, near the stairs! Want to know what to expect in the upcoming weeks? Look below!

    Week 11 (11/6) - Drugs/Alcohol
    Week 12 (11/13) - LGBT
    Week 13 (11/20) - World Peace/End Times
    Week 14 (11/27) - NO MEETING (Thanksgiving Break)
    Week 15 (12/4) - Marriage/Dating
    Week 16 (12/11) - Anxiety/Stress

  • Week 9 - What Does The Bible Say About... Racism?

     

    Racism?

    Does it matter whether you're black or white? Are there many races or just one? Do only certain ethnic groups get into Heaven? Find out during our discussion this week as we delve into some of the claims made by the Bible.

    The conversation starts on Friday at 2pm in the TUC Food Court, near the stairs! Want to know what to expect in the upcoming weeks? Look below!

    Week 10 (10/30) - Abortion
    Week 11 (11/6) - Drugs/Alcohol
    Week 12 (11/13) - LGBT
    Week 13 (11/20) - World Peace/End Times
    Week 14 (11/27) - NO MEETING (Thanksgiving Break)
    Week 15 (12/4) - Marriage/Dating
    Week 16 (12/11) - Anxiety/Stress

  • Week 8 - What Does The Bible Say About... Suicide?

     

    Suicide?

    Is it a sin to commit suicide? What can we say to someone that's having suicidal thoughts? Can someone still go to Heaven after they commit suicide? Find out during our discussion this week as we delve into some of the claims made by the Bible.

    The conversation starts on Friday at 2pm in the TUC Food Court, near the stairs! Want to know what to expect in the upcoming weeks? Look below!

    Week 9 (10/23) - Racism
    Week 10 (10/30) - Abortion
    Week 11 (11/6) - Drugs/Alcohol
    Week 12 (11/13) - LGBT
    Week 13 (11/20) - World Peace/End Times
    Week 14 (11/27) - NO MEETING (Thanksgiving Break)
    Week 15 (12/4) - Marriage/Dating
    Week 16 (12/11) - Anxiety/Stress

  • Week 7 - What Does The Bible Say About... Evolution?

     
    Evolution?

    Does the Bible mention how we came to be? Is evolution just an excuse to deny God's existence? Did God use evolution while creating everything? Find out during our discussion this week as we delve into some of the claims made by the Bible.

    The conversation starts on Friday at 2pm in the TUC Food Court, near the stairs! Want to know what to expect in the upcoming weeks? Look below!

    Week 8 (10/16) - Suicide
    Week 9 (10/23) - Racism
    Week 10 (10/30) - Abortion
    Week 11 (11/6) - Drugs/Alcohol
    Week 12 (11/13) - LGBT
    Week 13 (11/20) - World Peace/End Times
    Week 14 (11/27) - NO MEETING (Thanksgiving Break)
    Week 15 (12/4) - Marriage/Dating
    Week 16 (12/11) - Anxiety/Stress

  • Week 6 - What Does The Bible Say About... Other Religions?

     
    Other Religions?

    Are all religions equal? Do other faiths lead people to one God? Is it okay to mix and match different religious teachings? Find out during our discussion this week as we delve into some of the claims made by the Bible.

    The conversation starts on Friday at 2pm in the TUC Food Court, near the stairs! Want to know what to expect in the upcoming weeks? Look below!

    Week 7 (10/9) - Creation/Evolution
    Week 8 (10/16) - Suicide
    Week 9 (10/23) - Racism
    Week 10 (10/30) - Abortion
    Week 11 (11/6) - Drugs/Alcohol
    Week 12 (11/13) - LGBT
    Week 13 (11/20) - World Peace/End Times
    Week 14 (11/27) - NO MEETING (Thanksgiving Break)
    Week 15 (12/4) - Marriage/Dating
    Week 16 (12/11) - Anxiety/Stress

  • Week 5 - What Does The Bible Say About... Hypocrites?

    What Does The Bible Say About... Hypocrites?

    Ever hear people talk about the "hypocrites" in the church? Is there such a thing as nominal Christians? What did Jesus teach about false converts (fake Christians)? Find out during our discussion this week as we delve into some of the claims made by the Bible.

    The conversation starts on Friday at 2pm in the TUC Food Court, near the stairs! We hope to see you there! Ryan Muniak should be back this week from his paternity leave.

  • Week 4 - What Does The Bible Say About... Baptism?

    What Does The Bible Say About... Baptism?

    What is baptism? Are there multiple types of baptism? Is baptism required to be saved? Find out during our discussion this week as we delve into some of the claims made by the Bible.

    The conversation starts on Friday at 2pm in the TUC Food Court, near the stairs! We hope to see you there!

  • Week 3 - What Does The Bible Say About... The Supernatural?

    What Does The Bible Say About... The Supernatural?

    Is there an afterlife? Are ghosts, demons, and aliens real? Does God still give His followers spiritual gifts? Find out during our discussion this week as we delve into some of the claims made by the Bible.

    The conversation starts on Friday at 2pm in the TUC Food Court, near the stairs! We hope to see you there!

  • Week 2 - What Does The Bible Say About... Jesus Christ?

    What Does The Bible Say About... Jesus Christ?

    Some people call Him a good teacher. Others call Him a prophet. Christians say He was God. Who's right? Find out during our discussion this week as we delve into some of the claims made by the Bible.

    The conversation starts on Friday at 2pm in the TUC Food Court, near the stairs! We hope to see you there!

  • 2015 Fall Study Series

  • New Year, New Semester

     


     

  • The Resurrection

    BIBLE STUDY TONIGHT!


    Our weekly Bible Study is every Monday at 6:00 PM. Come to the TUC Food Court and look for the big sign! This week's topic is "The Resurrection." Did Jesus really come back from the grave? Why is that so important to Christianity? Find out tonight at the meeting!

    I look for students every week to be on the radio show before the Bible Study. If you want to meet up and walk with me, I set foot on campus around 4:00 PM every Monday. Call or text me (216-482-0941) if you want to help out. I could really use someone to take pictures and/or get video. (Oh yeah, send your unsaved friends my way and I might put them on a future episode!)

    On the last episode of Witness Radio, we talked about Brittany Maynard and assisted suicide. Is suicide the same as murder? What would you have said to Brittany before she took the "Death" pill? Download last week's episode on the website! Did you hear anyone you recognized?

    Hope to see you all tonight!

     

    - Ryan -
    Campus Leader
    www.ChangeyourCampus.com/UC

  • The Bible

    BIBLE STUDY TONIGHT!


    Our weekly Bible Study is every Monday at 6:00 PM. Come to the TUC Food Court and look for the big sign! This week's topic is "The Bible." What is so special about this book? Is it supernatural in origin or just a book of man-made fairy tales? Find out tonight at the meeting!

    I look for students every week to be on the radio show before the Bible Study. If you want to meet up and walk with me, I set foot on campus around 4:00 PM every Monday. Call or text me (216-482-0941) if you want to help out. I could really use someone to take pictures and/or get video. (Oh yeah, send your unsaved friends my way and I might put them on a future episode!)

    On the last episode of Witness Radio, we heard interviews from three different colleges (PITT, UC, SRU). They all have one thing in common though... Lost people! That's why we interview them on Witness Radio and share the Gospel. Did you hear anyone you recognized?

    We had planned to do an outreach at Fountain Square last Friday, but I canceled it due to the rain and super cold weather. That didn't stop me from sharing my faith though (and it shouldn't stop you either)! My family and I decided to give out candy and Gospel Tracts to people during the Trick-or-Treating hours and everyone seemed to love getting "Million Dollar Bills!" If you would like some tracts to give away, just let me know! (By the way, I'll be bringing leftover candy to Bible Study tonight!)

    Hope to see you all tonight!
     

    - Ryan -
    Campus Leader
    www.ChangeyourCampus.com/UC

  • The Reality of Hell

    BIBLE STUDY TONIGHT!


    Our weekly Bible Study is every Monday at 6:00 PM. Come to the TUC Food Court and look for the big sign! This week's topic is "The Reality of Hell." Why do so many people not believe in Hell? Is there any truth to the "Lake of Fire" or was it made up to scare people? Find out tonight at the meeting!

    I look for students every week to be on the radio show before the Bible Study. If you want to meet up and walk with me, I set foot on campus around 4:00 PM every Monday. Call or text me (216-482-0941) if you want to help out. I could really use someone to take pictures and/or get video. (Oh yeah, send your unsaved friends my way and I might put them on a future episode!)

    Previously on Witness Radio, we ran into people who didn't believe in God. Atheists are prevalent on college campuses across the nation, as you could see from last week's show. They profess to be intellectual, but we showed from the Bible that they're actually foolish to not believe in God. Did you hear anyone you recognized?

     

    Lastly, we're planning to "hit the streets" and share our faith OFF-CAMPUS this coming Friday. It's Halloween and we're going to Fountain Square for a costume contest! Prepare to hand out tracts, engage in witnessing conversations, and pray for those in attendance. The event begins at noon and we'll meet up at the fountain.

    Hope to see you all tonight!
     

    - Ryan -
    Campus Leader
    www.ChangeyourCampus.com/UC

  • The Will of God

    BIBLE STUDY MONDAY!


    Last week on Witness Radio, I talked with University of Cincinnati students that had NO idea one of the Campus Professors was kidnapped and murdered, while our NEW correspondent (Jenifer Pepling) at the University of Pittsburgh took people through the Good Person Test! Did you hear anyone you recognized?

    I look for students every week to be on the radio show before the Bible Study. If you want to meet up and walk with me, I set foot on campus around 4:00 PM every Monday. Call or text me (216-482-0941) if you want to help out. I could really use someone to take pictures and get video. (Oh yeah, send your unsaved friends my way and I might put them on a future episode!)

    Also, don't forget that the weekly Bible Study is every Monday at 6:00 PM. Come to the TUC Food Court and look for the big sign! This week's topic is "The Will of God." What is God's will for YOUR life? Why are we here? Is there purpose and meaning for your life? Find out tonight at the meeting!

    Hope to see you all tonight!
     

    - Ryan -
    Campus Leader
    www.ChangeyourCampus.com/UC

  • The Importance of Prayer

    Did you listen to Witness Radio last week? I talked with a University student in Cincinnati student that was trying to justify cannibalism! That's right... he thinks it's okay to EAT PEOPLE! I run into some very interesting characters while seeking radio interviews.

    Would you like to join me the next time I go out? I'll be walking on to the campus around 4:00 PM, so shoot me a text (216-482-0941) and we'll meet up. (Oh yeah, send your unsaved friends my way and I might put them on a future episode!)

    Also, don't forget that our weekly Bible Study begins at 6:00 PM. We're meeting in the TUC Food Court! Look for the big sign! Our topic for this week is "The Importance of Prayer." Do you know why you should pray? Find out tonight at our meeting!

    Hope to see you all tonight!
     

    - Ryan -
    Campus Leader
    www.ChangeyourCampus.com

  • How to Prove the Existence of God

    Before the study tonight, I'll be walking around the campus getting interviews for Witness Radio! You're welcome to tag along and we'll reach the a University in Cincinnati for Christ together! Shoot me a text (216-482-0941) if you want to come out. (Send your unsaved friends my way and I might put them on a future episode!)

    Just a quick reminder that our weekly Bible Study begins at 6:00 PM. We're meeting in the TUC Food Court! Look for the big sign! Our topic for this week is "How to Prove the Existence of God." If someone were to ask "How do you know that God is real," what would you say? Find out tonight at our meeting!

     

    Hope to see you all tonight!
     

    - Ryan -
    Campus Leader
    www.ChangeyourCampus.com

  • Refuting the Watchtower

    "And behold, some men were bringing on a bed a man who was paralyzed, and they were seeking to bring him in and lay him before Jesus, but finding no way to bring him in, because of the crowd, they went up on the roof and let him down with his bed through the tiles into the midst before Jesus. And when he saw their faith, he said, 'Man, your sins are forgiven you.' And the scribes and the Pharisees began to question, saying, 'Who is this who speaks blasphemies? Who can forgive sins but God alone?'" 

    "When Jesus perceived their thoughts, he answered them,'Why do you question in your hearts? Which is easier, to say, ‘Your sins are forgiven you,’ or to say, ‘Rise and walk’? But that you may know that the Son of Man has authority on earth to forgive sins'—he said to the man who was paralyzed—'I say to you, rise, pick up your bed and go home.' And immediately he rose up before them and picked up what he had been lying on and went home, glorifying God." (Luke 5:18-25)
    The next time you have some Jehovah Witnesses (JW) ring your doorbell, don't feel like you have to duck behind the couch! Use the above passage to cause doubt in their mind regarding everything they've been taught by the Watchtower Society. (Make sure you're polite, humble, and loving while talking with them.)

    This passage of Scripture has not been tainted (yet) in the New World Translation (NWT) so have them use their own bible. As you begin reading, emphasize verse 21, where it says, "Who is this who speaks blasphemies? Who can forgive sins but God alone?

    The JW's will probably try to stop here to twist what Jesus was saying or attempt to leave. Share some verses with them that DO show God forgives sin, but return to Luke 5 and continue reading the passage. It is very important to finish the passage from Luke (Mark 2:6-12 is the same account and can also be used).

    When you get to verse 24, put emphasis on "the Son of Man has authority on earth to forgive sins." They should begin making the connection and a seed of doubt will be planted inside their head. Will your visitor drop to their knees and cry out to God in repentance at this point? Probably not. In fact, you probably won't notice any difference, but as they leave, pray that these misguided people will think about what you've shared with them.

    Remember, you must be loving and humble in your interactions with them. "Know this, my beloved brothers: let every person be quick to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger; for the anger of man does not produce the righteousness of God." (James 1:19-20). Your actions will speak louder than your words. Try putting yourself into their shoes and imagine how you would want someone to correct your beliefs.

    OTHER HELPFUL VERSES:
    Isaiah 43:25
    Psalm 103:2, 3
    Psalm 130:3, 4
    Mark 2:6-12
  • The Modern Gospel Problem

    BIBLE STUDY TONIGHT!


    Just a quick reminder that our weekly Bible Study begins at 6:00 PM. We're meeting in the TUC Food Court! Look for the big sign! Our topic for this week is "The Problem with the Modern Gospel." Why are modern evangelism techniques causing up to 90% of backsliders? Find out tonight at our meeting!

    Later this week, we'll be setting up the Prayer Stand and sharing our faith on the campus! Please join us as we reach the University of Cincinnati for Christ! Check the website for times and dates and don't forget to listen to Witness Radio! (Do you know the students we'll talk with this week?)

    Hope to see you all tonight!
     

    - Ryan -
    Campus Leader
    www.ChangeyourCampus.com/UC

  • Who is Jesus?

    Just a quick reminder that our weekly Bible Study begins at 6:00 PM on Monday. We're meeting in the TUC Food Court! Look for the big sign! Our topic for this week is "Who is Jesus?" Have you every thought about it before? Was He just a good teacher, only a simple prophet, or God in the flesh? Stop by and find out the truth about Jesus Christ, the most famous person in history!

     

    Later this week, we'll be setting up the Prayer Stand and sharing our faith on the campus! Feel free to join in on the fun! Check the website for times and dates and don't forget to listen to Witness Radio! (Do you know the students we'll talk with this week?)

     

    Hope to see you all Monday!

  • BIBLE STUDY MONDAY!

    Just a quick reminder that our weekly Bible Study begins at 6:00 PM on Monday. We're meeting in the TUC Food Court! Look for the big sign! Our topic for this week is "Why Study the Bible?" Have you every thought about it before? Is it just what you've been taught to do or is there more to this book? Stop by and find out why this book is so important to the Christian faith!

    Later this week, we'll be setting up the Prayer Stand and sharing our faith on the campus and also going downtown to reach the lost at the Oktoberfest event! Feel free to join in on the fun! Check the website for times and dates and don't forget to listen to Witness Radio! (Do you know the students we'll talk with this week?)

     

     

    Hope to see you all Monday!

    - Ryan -
    Campus Leader
    www.ChangeyourCampus.com/UC


  • Welcome Back

    I hope that everyone had a great summer break! What did you do during your time away from school? Was it glorifying to God? I look forward to hearing how you have impacted the world for Christ. This school year is shaping up to be awesome and I've got some great things planned for this semester. In the next few weeks, we're going to try some different times for our weekly Bible Study. Check the calendar for time and date. What times and days are best for you? Shoot me an email and let me know!

      

    Our first Bible Study of the semester will be next Wednesday (08/27/14) at 12:30pm in the TUC Food Court. See you at school!

     

  • Is Scripture our Sole Authority?

    While the Bible does not explicitly state, “Scripture is the Christian’s sole authority regarding everything pertaining to God,” it does give clear indication that nothing is more authoritative than or as reliable as the Word of God. Let’s look at a few verses:

    “All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work.” (2 Timothy 3:16-17)

    In this passage, we see that “All Scripture is breathed out by God,” which means that everything written in the Bible is from God. While He used men to write the words, God was the ultimate Author that gave them the words to write. We also see above “that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work.” This implies that we need nothing else to guide us regarding the things of God, because if we did need something else, the “man of God” wouldn't be complete.

    “No prophecy of Scripture comes from someone's own interpretation. For no prophecy was ever produced by the will of man, but men spoke from God as they were carried along by the Holy Spirit” (2 Peter 1:20-21).

    This section further shows us that the Bible is not just someone’s own ideas, but rather a supernatural work created by God. There are many prophesies in the Scriptures that were foretold and fulfilled hundreds of years later, giving additional credibility to the authority of the Bible. Also, there are no contradictions found in all of Scripture. There may be some hard to understand verses, but all supposed contractions are easily explained by a thorough examination of the Word of God.

    “I warn everyone who hears the words of the prophecy of this book: if anyone adds to them, God will add to him the plagues described in this book, and if anyone takes away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God will take away his share in the tree of life and in the holy city, which are described in this book” (Revelation 22:18-19)

    While this warning is in the book of Revelation, it’s placement at the end of the whole Bible leads me to believe that this was meant to advise people not to mess with the entire written Word of God. How can we test what is Scriptural and what isn't? Use Scripture! That sounds odd, but if something contradicts what we already know is true from God’s Word, then it is not biblical and should not be given any authority.

    Of course, if something DOES line up with Scripture, we still shouldn't add it to the Bible. Partially, because of the warning from Revelation, but also because it isn't really needed since the Word of God has already addressed the issue. Whenever someone offers "new revelation" from God, even if it's not explicitly expressed in the Bible, we should distance ourselves from that person.

    "But even if we or an angel from heaven should preach to you a gospel contrary to the one we preached to you, let him be accursed." (Galatians 1:8)

    While this isn't an exhaustive explanation for why Scripture is our sole authority on the things of God, it should hopefully give you a better understanding of why we believe in Sola Scriptura… Scripture is our sole authority.

    For further study:
    http://www.gotquestions.org/sufficiency-of-Scripture.html
    http://carm.org/bible-alone-sufficient-spiritual-truth
    http://carm.org/are-scriptures-sufficient

  • What was that verse again?




    Have you ever been talking with someone and a vague reference to Scripture comes to your mind? Do you sit there struggling to remember what the Bible said on a particular topic? Have you ever searched Google to find a Bible verse and realized you were way off on what God's Word actually said? If any of the above scenarios have happened to you, then I want to encourage you to begin memorizing Scripture!

    Perhaps you're thinking, "But my memory is horrible!" Well, the Bible says, "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me" (Philippians 4:13, NKJV). If you're like me, it won't be an easy task, but exercise is good for us (at least that's what I hear). Just like everything else, you need to train your brain to memorize Bible verses. Start with something easy, like a verse that you've heard so many times that you probably already have it mostly memorized, John 3:16 for example. Or how about a nice short verse, maybe John 11:35 ("Jesus wept")?

    Once you get the ball rolling, memorization will become easier and you can move to longer verses, multiple verses, or even chapters and whole books! There are many memory aids available online that can help you. I highly recommend the freeRememberMe app for Android and Apple products. It has helped me tremendously with hiding His Word in my heart.

    I can't express just how beneficial memorizing Scripture has been for me. There have been numerous occasions where the Holy Spirit will bring to mind the perfect Bible verse while witnessing to someone on the street or when preaching. We can recall and recite verses in moments of trials and temptation. Our trust in God can be renewed and strengthened, while also growing in our love and adoration towards Him. It can also be used to encourage others in their walk with Christ or time of need.

    God's Word is precious and the more I memorize Bible verses, the more I love Him and the Holy Scriptures. I pray that you will experience the same joy when memorizing Bible verses!
  • No Read, No Feed

    Do you regularly take time out of your busy schedule to eat a meal? Have you ever been so busy that you just forgot to eat for three days? Probably not, so why do you forget to read God's Word? Job 23:12 says, "I have not departed from the commandment of his lips; I have treasured the words of his mouth more than my portion of food." From now on, let's say, "No Read, No Feed!"

    Why don't you feast on the Word of God with us while you eat your lunch? Christian Collegian Network (CCN) meets every Thursday in the Tangeman University Center (TUC) Food Court on Level 2, right near the MainStreet Entrance. We'll be going from 12:30-1:30 PM. Look for the "Bible Study" sign and an open seat!

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