Hospitality and Diversity: Can't Have One Without the Other

Posted by Belkis Lehmann in Diversity
Dictionary.com defines hospitality as “the quality or disposition of receiving and treating guests and strangers in a warm, friendly, generous way.” Our God is most gracious and hospitable. He created a world that would meet not just our physical and spiritual needs, but provide us with enjoyment for all of our all our senses. Since he made us all unique and special, he has provided sufficient diversity in the world to satisfy every taste. Wow, this is a good place…

The "Why" Will Always Determine How Well the "What" is Done

Posted by Tom Trask in feedONE
A couple years ago, my parents decided to take my whole family on a vacation together to celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary. While family dynamics always make for an “interesting” time for anyone, life became even more complicated when my father asked each of the kids to lead a morning devotional for the family. It shouldn’t be a big deal for someone who has been a missionary for a while, but it’s amazing how inadequate you can feel when your…

Diversity Whys- Biblical Pattern

Posted by Belkis Lehmann in Diversity
Now there were staying in Jerusalem God-fearing Jews from every nation under heaven. When they heard this sound, a crowd came together in bewilderment, because each one heard their own language being spoken. Utterly amazed, they asked: “Aren’t all these who are speaking Galileans? Then how is it that each of us hears them in our native language? Parthians, Medes and Elamites; residents of Mesopotamia, Judea and Cappadocia, Pontus and Asia, Phrygia and Pamphylia, Egypt and the parts of Libya…

Diversity Whys #1- Humanity is Sacred

Posted by Belkis Lehmann in Diversity
“Then God said, ‘Let us make mankind in our image, in our likeness…So God created mankind in his own image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them.'” -Genesis 1:26-27 “From one man he made all the nations…” -Acts 17:26 “After this I looked, and there before me was a great multitude that no one could count, from every nation, tribe, people and language, standing before the throne and before the Lamb.” -Revelation 7:9…

Oh God, What Can We Do?

Posted by Shirdora Thompson in Diversity
What do Yolanda Adams (Gospel Artist), Michael Strahan (NFL), Barbara Jordan (U.S. congressional representative), Mickey Leland (Activist and Congressman), and Belvin Perry (former Chief Judge) all have in common? These, amongst many other notable artist, physicians, judges, politician, U.S. and state representatives, activists, lawyers, and NFL players and coaches, all graduated from Texas Southern University. TSU is a university birthed from a small private junior college that has become one of the most comprehensive and largest historically black universities in…

Chi Alpha Day 2018

Posted by Nathan Cole in News
The last Sunday of September across the Assemblies of God is Chi Alpha Day, a day set aside by our fellowship to increase awareness for campus ministry and to pray for awakening on our college campuses across America! You can spread the word about Chi Alpha individually or at your church by posting the images and video provided in the promo kit on group and personal social media outlets. Encourage your local church to get involved in Chi Alpha Day,…

Three Ways to Increase Your Group’s Diversity: You Get What You Pray For

Posted by Belkis Lehmann in Diversity
Are you dreaming of the multitude of every nation, tribe, people, and language and longing to see God’s kingdom reflected in your local Chi Alpha group? Over the next three weeks we will expound on three simple and proven ministry truths to begin and to make progress in a Holy Spirit transformation in your community. Our first ministry truth is this: you get what you pray for. You Get What You Pray For Jesus said, “Without me you can do…

Limits

Posted by Mike Amiot in Healthy Leaders
A couple years back, I had the opportunity to ride on the track where they hold the famous Daytona 500. It is amazing to see the incredible banking and to try and grasp how fast these cars go. I have watched many a NASCAR race where cars blew their engines around these types of tracks. Evidently, you cannot run a car at 9300 RPM for 4.5 hours without the chance of blowing an engine. It is clear in racing there…

MMF Spotlight: Joe Sedillo

Posted by Marc Madrigal in Diversity
As a new freshman walking across the Sam Houston State University campus, someone invited Joe Sedillo to play Capture the Flag. During the game, he was invited to Chi Alpha where he soon became involved with his first group of Christian brothers. It wasn’t until he attended a Discover the Nations conference that Joe began to feel a deep burden to disciple students from the nations and a call toward campus ministry. By receiving help from the Minority Mobilization Fund…

MMF Spotlight: Bethany Baldwin

Posted by Marc Madrigal in Diversity
After the worst summer of her life, Bethany Baldwin decided her sophomore year at Northern Arizona University to find a place where God could heal her broken heart and found an old Chi Alpha flyer she was given. Hungry for God and for community, she knew just from the piece of paper that Chi Alpha was the place to be. The first service Bethany attended changed her life. She quickly got connected with a small group and began reading the…

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