Monday, October 15, 2007

Events on Campus

The Graduate Christian Fellowship sends word of the following events.

Our October faculty/grad event will be a bit different this month. It takes the form of our annual Mars Hill Lecture Series event, which is next Tuesday night at WMU (Room 210 of the Bernhard Center at 7:30 PM) and features a free public lecture by Margaret Killingray, a British author, editor, educator and speaker. She will be speaking on the topic of The Call to Be Counter-Cultural: How should we live?

She and her husband David (who is also speaking earlier in the day next Tuesday at the request of WMU's history department, on some of the black British leaders of England's abolitionist movement, many of whom were devout Christians) have long been associated with John Stott's London Institute of Contemporary Christianity. Both of them have worked hard over the years to integrate the biblical Christian worldview with every aspect of life.
The latter event is on Tuesday, October 16, 2007, at 12:30 p.m. in 2303 Sangren Hall.

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