We will be kicking off our Spring Break Trips with a Tallahassee homeschool community presenting our Keynote presentations.
Q Union will take place on our campus. We will hear from national speakers Bob Goff, Jo Saxton, & Scott Harrison via broadcast along with three live local presentations from Titus Prude, Emily Brown, and Jake Poulakis designed to educate and equip you to engage our cultural moment well.
This year marks the 5th year for the Department of Leadership & Culture’s annual Art Event. We are excited to announce our theme for this year: Belonging. One common trait of human nature is the innate desire to know and be known. We feel most secure around those who know and love us, whether that’s our friends, family, church, or whatever reminds us of home. This year’s event will be held at Bryan, on Latimer 3rd floor, on November 17 from 7:00-10:00 PM. The attire is dressy casual. Art submissions may include paintings, drawings, sculptures, pottery, photos, poetry, short stories, and songs. Only 10 performance pieces will be accepted and spots will be secured on a first come, first serve basis. If you would like to submit a piece for the event please bring it to Jack Saunders’ office in OSL by November 12.
We will be spending the weekend with the youth group students of Spring City Untied Methodist Church for the second time! We were blessed to get the know these students last year through our presentation of Movement. We are excited to have the opportunity to present Hidden God this year!
The Worldview Initiative will be partnering with Coldstream for the 2nd time as we work with local churches in the area! If you are interested in learning more about Movement or partnering with us, during this weekend contact us or Travis Dotterer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Join in a group conversation with Rosaria Butterfield, a former tenured professor of English and women’s studies at Syracuse University. You will enjoy the experienced perspective and wisdom that Butterfield will bring to this interactive conversation as we discuss difficult topics of the LGBTQ community.
As students we struggle to be content in the routine of life at Bryan. It is easy to distract ourselves in the midst of the mundane -hoping to find some transcendent satisfaction in the things this world has on offer. Yet, we are called to be faithful, to persevere, to keep our eyes on Jesus -knowing that He alone offers life abundantly. We only need the Lord to give us perspective to see the beauty of what He is doing in our lives throughout the repetition of daily life.
This Formal Event will be hosted with hors d'oeuvres and live performances throughout the evening. If you would like to submit at piece for the event contact Jack Saunders or bring your submission to the Worldview Office in Latimer 300 by NOV 16TH.
We will be partnering with Classical Conversations and local churches in the Murphy area to present our Worldview & Culture conference this weekend! To find out how you can join us contact Crystal Sparks at: email@example.com