Bring your leadership team for a day of encouragement and inspiration that will help to take your youth group to the next level. Experienced youth ministers will share their best insights on a wide variety of practical issues.
Wednesday, January 7, 2015
Manhattan Christian College
$35 includes Lunch and Youth Ministry Top Tips Resource Book ($45 after Dec. 19)
Student Rate: $20
Take the 2014 Alumni Challenge! Help us update the Campus Center Dining Room by making a financial gift today.
The goal is to raise $5,500 and replace the interior sheetrock wall on the east side with a new glass one that would include double doors for easy entry into the cafeteria as well as the serving line.
This new contemporary glass wall will provide a fresh and modern look for the entry-way and the cafeteria, produce better flow into the dining and meeting space, and improve visibility into this major fellowship area on campus.
The Flint Hills Masterworks Chorale will perform with the KSU Orchestra on an all-Czech concert. Music to be performed will be by Dvorak (Te Deum & Slavonic Dances, Op. 46, Nos. 1, 2, 4, 8), Martinů (Memorial to Lidice), and Smetana (Three Dances from The Bartered Bride). The concert will be held at McCain Auditorium, and there is no admission charge.
Synergy - when two or more people or organizations come together to produce a result that is greater than they could do alone.
Together with the many churches and individuals who financially and prayfully support Manhattan Christian College, we are educating, equipping, and enriching Christian leaders who are prepared and motivated to penetrate the world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ regardless of their chosen profession.
Woman’s World is an annual conference sponsored by Manhattan Christian College and held in the Kansas State University Student Union in Manhattan, KS. Since 1978, this event has always been held the last full weekend in February averaging 600-800 women in attendance.
Come and join the conversation. The purpose of this conference is to promote research, discussion, and academic fellowship on issues relating to the Christian faith. This year's theme "The Bible in a Post-Literate Culture" will help us explore the challenges of preaching and teaching to people who don't read books.