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FWBBC Campus News 2-19-10

FWBBC Campus News 2-19-10

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February 19, 2010

Campus Revival
February 24 – 26 Time: 7:00 p.m. Speaker: Chris Dotson Virginia native Chris Dotson attended Virginia Tech to study engineering, but was called to preach during his first semester. He transferred to Carson-Newman College and received his B.A. degree in Religion. While there, he served as youth minister at Peace FWB Church (Morristown, TN), and became pastor in 1994. He pursued graduate study at Bob Jones University, and received the emeritus Doctor of Divinity from Bethel Bible College. In addition to pastoral duties, Chris co-founded Harvest FWB Child Care Ministries (Duffield, VA), which has cared for more than 1,000 abused and neglected children. He also directs Berea Ministries, Inc., a mission organization that supports national pastors. Chris and his wife Rebecca married in 1993. They and their two boys, Phillip and Andrew, live in Morristown, where Chris serves as Chaplain Coordinator for the police department. Matt Munsey will lead worship through music each evening. The revival will end with a Concert of Prayer on Saturday, February 27 at 7:00 p.m. in Memorial Auditorium.

Super “Souper” Results
The Souper Bowl of Caring ended Sunday evening, February 14, with a record turnout of “love” from the FWBBC community. The past two years, numbers reached 1,000 (2008) and, 1,125 (2009). The 2010 cans of food received soared to 2, 247. They were delivered to Nashville Rescue Mission. The Mission was overjoyed, since donations have been low this year. Winners of Cans Donated: 873 Bunyan/Rossetti (50 points) 836 Alpha/Sonnet (30 points) 493 LMA/Bryan (10 points) 43 Pi Gamma/Bronte (5 points)

“A Blanket Can Kill”
From the Nashville Rescue Mission Newsletter When you hand out food or blankets to the homeless, your good intentions might accomplish the exact opposite. You may be enabling them to stay on the streets. DO…Encourage the homeless to seek shelter. Donate to organizations that have the capacity to meet the needs of the homeless. DON’T…Give blankets to the homeless you see on the streets. Hand out money to the homeless.

Week-at-a-Glance
Friday, February 19 7:00 p.m. FLAMES v. Appalachian Bible College (Picirilli Activity Center) Saturday, February 20 2:00 p.m. Polar Bear Olympics Monday, February 22 10:00 a.m. Chapel: Vocational Meetings Tuesday, February 23 10:00 a.m.–12:00 Noon Forlines Lectures (Double Chapel) Wednesday, February 24 10:00 a.m.–12:00 Noon Forlines Lectures (Double Chapel) 7:00 p.m. Campus Revival begins. 9:00 p.m. Student Council Meeting, Thigpen Building 9:30 p.m. SpirituaLife Leader Meeting, Thigpen Building Thursday, February 25 NO CHAPEL 10:00 a.m.–12:00 Noon (Double Third Hour) 7:00 p.m. Campus Revival continues.

Monday Meeting Schedule
10:05 a.m. Vocational Group ................... Meeting Location Pastoral Training ...................... Thigpen Theater Missions ..................................................... J208 Business ..................................................... J107 Psychology ................................................. J106 Teacher Education ..................................... J101 CE/Youth Ministry ...................................... J302 English ....................................................... J309 PE/Exercise Science ................... Gym Classroom History ....................................................... J204 Health Science ........................................... J209 Music .................... M12 (Memorial Auditorium) Undecided Vocation: If you have not declared a major, go to a Vocational Meeting that interests you. This is a chapel meeting and counts toward Chapel Attendance. Not optional.

Traveling Teams
Rejoice Sunday, February 21 Carthage, TN

FLAMES End Season
Friday, February 19 7:00 p.m.

Tentative Choir Tour Itinerary
Thursday, March 11: Second FWB Church, Ashland, KY Friday, March 12: Porter FWB Church, Portsmouth, OH Saturday, March 13: Central FWB Church, Royal Oak, MI Sunday, March 14 (A.M. Service): Riverside FWB Church, Clinton Township, MI Sunday, March 14 (P.M. Service): First FWB Church, Comstock, MI Monday, March 15: Southern Seminary, Louisville, KY Tuesday, March 16: First FWB Church, Glasgow, KY

Leroy Forlines Lectures
Tuesday, February 23 and Wednesday, February 24

FWBBC Polar Bear Olympics
Saturday, February 21 2:00 p.m.

Ministry/Job Opportunity
Pastor Jerry McArthur (Hobbs, NM), needs a couple to work with youth and music in a growing church that’s building a new sanctuary. See Mr. Murray for information.

Dr. Walter C. Kaiser, Jr., president emeritus and distinguished professor of Old Testament at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, is guest lecturer for 2010 Leroy Forlines Lectures. He will speak twice daily (10:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m.) on “Recovering the Unity of the Bible.” Class Schedule Change February 23-24 • Double chapel – 10:05 a.m. – Noon (NOTE: Attend the lectures during time you would usually be on campus in chapel or class.) February 25-26 • Double 3rd Hour – 10:05 a.m. – Noon (No chapel these days.)

Upcoming Events
February 23-24 - Forlines Lectures (Chapel and 3rd Hour) February 28 –Northern Quarterly Rally/Pleasant View Rally (Required) March 3 - 5 – Mid-Term Semester Exams March 7 – 10 – Bible Conference/Forum10 (Required) (Schedule of events on fwbbc.edu.) March 11 – 21 – Spring Break April 1 -3 – Welcome Days April 2 – Graduate Exit Exams (Required) April 30 – May 5 – Semester Exams May 6 – Graduate Breakfast, 8:00 a.m. May 6 – Awards Chapel, 10:00 a.m. (Required) May 6 – Baccalaureate Service, 7:00 p.m. (Required) May 7 – Commencement Service, 10:00 a.m. (Required) May 8 – Dormitories Close, 12:00 Noon

Walk a Couple of Miles?
SWEAT Activity Thursday Nights - 6:15 p.m. Meet in front of Polson.

Scholarships Available
The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee is accepting scholarship applications. Applications available on website at www.cfmt.org under Scholarships. Deadline to apply is March 15. Contact Ms. Pat Cole at 321-4939 or toll-free (888) 5405200 with questions.

Soles4Souls Continues
Hillwood High School is collecting new and used shoes for Haiti. Anna, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Forlines, attends the school. This is a competition between grades 9-12. Go to website www.soles4souls.org to find out more. Use collection containers in Polston and Goen.

D-6 Promo Video
Check out the 2010 D-6 Conference Promo Video with communicators Mark Holmen, Ed Stetzer, and Brian Haynes. They address the most Frequently Asked Questions in the Faith at Home conversation (the 2010 D6 Conference Theme). Go to YouTube or D6Conference.com. The first big 2010 price break deadline is March 2. Hurry to D6Conference.com and register.

TE Students Update
Plan to teach in the spring 2011 semester? You must be admitted to student teaching this semester. See Dr. Pate or Mrs. Jena Simpson if you have questions.

Humanitas Forum—February 19-20
Theme: Bearing Witness: Disturbing the Peace of the Secular City Brentwood Baptist Church: Dr. J. Budziszewski, Professor of Government & Philosophy at University of Texas, guest lecturer. • February 19, 7:30 p.m. – “Keeping the Faith in the Dark Night of the Culture” • February 20, 8:30 a.m. – “The Revenge of Conscience” • February 20, 10:30 a.m. – “Cutting through the Smoke of Self-Deception” Read the story of Dr. Budziszewski’s conversion: Escape from Nihilism: http:// www.leaderu.com/real/ri9801/budziszewski.html Online Registration: http://humanitas.org/forum

FLAMES Update
Saturday, February 6: ............................................... Warren Wilson 84 FLAMES 67 Monday, February 8: ..................................... FLAMES 77 Johnson Bible College 68 Thursday, February 11: ........................... Champion Baptist College 66 FLAMES 56 Friday, February 12: .................................... Warren Wilson College 86 FLAMES 75 Saturday, February 13: ....................................... FLAMES 79 The Crown College 65 Monday, February 15: ............................................. Rhodes College 91 FLAMES 68

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