Devo…an AFC Tradition for over 40 years, will meet tonight at Academic Plaza for some uplifting praise under the stars and a short, encouraging message. We’ll be meeting every Thursday of the semester. Everyone is welcome to take a study break and join this gathering of believers who love to sing praise to our gracious God. It gets started around 9PM and is usually finished by 9:45PM.
“O our God, we thank you and praise your glorious name!”
1 Chronicles 29:13
AFC South Africa – Zimbabwe Report Wednesday
Wednesday from 5:30-6:30PM come hear a report from the first ever AFC summer mission group to South Africa and Zimbabwe. Bring your own dinner or just come to listen. There will be great pictures and stories of how God worked in the lives of this team. Find out what they learned about themselves and God’s people on the other side of the world. We’ll meet in the Parlor of the A&MCofC.
There are still spots open for upcoming Weekend Trips to Franklin and New Braunfels. Contact Kelly Davidson for more information.
The Rebels from Ole Miss are invading Kyle Field tonight to battle the Aggies in a late, 8PM game. The 12th Man will be out in force with a sell-out expected to be the largest crowd to ever see a football game in the State of Texas. The Aggies For Christ invites everyone to visit their tent in Spence Park for some food and hydration before the game. Bring family and friends…as well as any hungry Rebels you might find roaming around the grounds. Below are some photos of our tent location taken yesterday by the group that staked out our territory. Gig ‘em!
This past weekend, two AFC groups partnered with churches in Salado and Kerrville to serve and love to God’s glory.
Wednesday, October 1st, before Oasis, from 5:30PM – 6:30PM in the AFC Center, we have the opportunity to enjoy two special treats…
#1) Home-smoked brisket (donated by one of our church members)!
#2) A presentation by Ukrainian believers about the crisis Christians are facing in Ukraine.
Ukrainian evangelist, Zhenya Dovzhenko and his wife Anya, are in the United States and have agreed to speak to us about the crisis in their country and help us learn how the violence and unrest is impacting the church.
Zhenya and Anya will tell personal stories of current Christian persecution and bring to our awareness other dire humanitarian issues. Over the past few years, several of our members have worked alongside this couple in Ukraine. As we learn more about the current crisis, we will be able to join the suffering in Ukraine through intercessory prayer.
Everyone is invited to this special event. Brisket, side and homemade desserts will be served starting at 5:15PM in the AFC Center. See you there!