Kay Littler, who recently retired as a senior lecturer in physics, will be talking about her own journey of faith.
We look forward to seeing you (though hopefully there won’t be any snow).
Tuesday, October 11
Noon — F 223
Dr. Rhonda Christensen, a Research Scientist at UNT, was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia in 2007 but after a few months of caustic treatment and a long stay in ICU she was too ill to continue the standard chemo regimen.
Her only hope depended on the generosity of a perfect stranger. Come hear the journey of grace, healing and gratitude.
RSVP by October 3 and lunch will be provided: ntbelievers [at] gmail.com
We hope you enjoyed our worship time at UNT’s Goolsby Chapel to begin the semester.
Dr. Guido Verbeck (Chemistry) told about lessons from his life both within and beyond the university, and how our place on campus mirrors the situation of Esther in Persia.
Thanks to Josh Drew and Emily Cranford from the Village Church Denton for providing music!
Each of our events is open to the entire UNT community.
“Without worship, we go about miserable.”
—- A. W. Tozer
August 20 —
Christian faculty from UNT, UTA, UTD, SMU Austin College and Collin College gathered to hear David Wilkinson. He is Professor and Principal of St John’s College at Durham University. He holds both a PhD in theoretical astrophyics and a PhD in systematic theology. He explains: “My current work involves the relationship of the Christian theology to contemporary culture, from science to pop culture.”
SPECIAL THANKS to Peter Moore (SMU Christian Faculty Fellowship) and Steve Rankin (Chaplain of SMU) for bringing David Wilkinson to the North Texas area.
Cru released a free app in May for iPhone and Android called “Every Student”
There are articles and videos you can share with others. One example:
***What about the problem of evil? See this brief video included in the app.
TO DOWNLOAD EVERY STUDENT.COM
Note: A quick video intro is available on the Android page (without downloading it).
OR — visit the complete website:Everystudent.com
Today’s New York Times features an article by Nicholas Kristof on the bias against Christians in academia. He features George Yancey (NT,Sociology) prominently in the article.
Yancey built his reputation within sociology with his research on race, particularly within churches, but now researches and publishes about what he terms “Christianophobia.” One of his most recent books is Hostile Environment: Understanding and Responding to Anti-Christian Bias.