Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) is an organization that is impacting lives, nationally and internationally, one heart at a time. We challenge our relationships to demonstrate steadfast commitment to Jesus Christ and His Word through Integrity (Proverbs 11:3), Serving (John 13:1-17), Teamwork (Philippians 2:1-4) and Excellence (Colossians 3:23-24). We meet every Thursday night at 8p.m. in the Battler Room. We do devotions, play games, praise God, and have tons of fun getting to know each other and helping each other out. Anybody that wants to join is accepted. We are looking to grow and love having new people join us. We look forward to seeing you!
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AB’s Community Service Council is receiving a facelift for the spring 2013 semester. The organization will be known as NOVO, the Latin word for “change.” The group will continue to organize the same service projects as it has in years previous, such as Do Good Weekend, Day to Serve, and others. In addition, the revamped organization will start AB’s Alternative Weekend program. The first Alternative Weekend is a service trip to Washington D.C. in February, where students will be serving with the Salvation Army and Capitol Hill Group Ministry, focusing on homelessness in America. NOVO plans to schedule trips to local cities and volunteer their time with non-profit organizations focused on community outreach.
NOVO’s first informational meeting of the semester is scheduled for Wednesday, February 6th at 8 p.m. in Hawker Lounge.
First picture is from Day to Serve and the second is from Hurricane Sandy Clean Up.
The AB Mission Team seeks to serve others, while learning teamwork and leadership. In 2012 we hadteams in multiple areas around the world. Ten students, who were able to visit Managua, Nicaragua,worked with Amos Health & Hope in basic community health. We also had a spring break/summermission trip to Camden, New Jersey, during which the students worked with Urban Promise Ministriesand inner-city children. Last year, our campus service project raised awareness of the worldwide needfor clean water. Over the summer, two students were able to travel with Dr. Stinespring to South Africa where they worked with the iZulu Orphan Project. Currently, two recent graduates are in Jorhaat, Assam, India, working with the Jorhaat Medical University Hospital. Endeavoring to participate locally, we also supported the Crop Walk and helped Enactus (S.I.F.E.) with their 5K for clean water, as well as
the 10,000 Villages project. For Operation Christmas Child, our big community service project for this year, we are proud to say that 64 shoeboxes were collected campus wide. We are learning to live in a multicultural world and to serve as many as we can along the way while enjoying every minute of it.
- Ashley Mauldin, President of the Mission Team
Phi Kappa Delta is a social and community services sorority. Our philanthropy is with American Red Cross and currently we do American Red Cross blood drives at the college. We also try to do as much community service as possible including projects like Crop Walk and Do Good Weekend, mainly Cinderella's Closet within that weekend. Among the service projects we do we like to have fun and get involved at the school. We recently won the Golden Cup during Homecoming. Throughout the week the sisters enjoyed getting together and creating a stomp and cheer for the Battle Call event, coming up with decorations for the parade float and just getting excited about participating in each event.
What ever we do we work together, in Phi Kappa Delta you never walk alone!
- Rachel Keck, President of Phi Kappe Delta sorority