New Faculty Welcome Lunch Tuesday 11/19/19

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Please join us for the Faculty Commons “New Faculty Welcome Lunch” Tuesday 11/19/19 12:10-1:00pm in Bldg 10, Room 100 for new professors and lecturers to meet and interact with faculty members from other parts of campus. No formal program, just a few words of welcome and a chance to enjoy lunch with other faculty. 

To help with planning, please rsvp to Chip Appel or Jodi Christiansen by Monday evening Nov 18th. Hope to see you there. 


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9/22/19 Welcome Back BBQ & Potluck

Please join us for our
Faculty Commons Welcome Back BBQ & Potluck
Sunday September 22, 2019
David and Liesl O’Brien’s
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If you’ve never been, this is an outstanding opportunity to connect with other Christian faculty members and spouses, hear what God is doing on campus, and enjoy each others’ company.
Similar to previous years, onsite childcare will be available so parents can enjoy some adult conversation. Several faculty have described this as one of their favorite events of the year.
Please reply to the email invitation, or just contact us here. We hope to see you there!
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6/14/19 12pm-1pm Get Together, Mustang Station


Hope you can join us for a final get together before we all take off for the summer.


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Save the date: 1/18/20 “A Common Call” Christian faculty conference

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Please save the date and plan on joining us for the “A Common Call” Christian faculty conference Saturday January 18, 2020. More details to follow.

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Newsweek Magazine: “Persecution of Christians is approaching genocide levels”

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Shane Croucher Newsweek Magazine

“A new report says that the persecution of Christians across the world is fast becoming genocide and that the faith will soon disappear in some areas of the world, even in locations where its presence dates back to antiquity.

The crisis was made apparent recently by the Sri Lanka attacks on Easter, when Islamic extremists targeted three churches and three hotels in Colombo in a series of bombings. The attacks killed 253 people and injured hundreds more.

The British government commissioned Bishop of Truro Philip Mounstephen to lead a review of persecution of Christians and to recommend how the U.K. Foreign Office should respond to it. That review has now published an interim report detailing its findings so far.

“Evidence shows not only the geographic spread of anti-Christian persecution, but also its increasing severity,” the report states. “In some regions, the level and nature of persecution is arguably coming close to meeting the international definition of genocide, according to that adopted by the UN.”

The entire article can be found here.

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Praying together 4/23/19 in UU 219, 14-249

Tuesday morning on campus April 23rd 9am-12pm Cal Poly students, faculty, and campus ministry staff will be gathering to pray for each other, for the campus, for the larger community, and for the world.
We’d like to extend an invitation for you to consider joining us.
Feel free to come by anytime your schedule allows. We’ll be taking a short break at the hour, but feel to stop by or leave anytime.
We’ll be in UU 219 from 9:10am-10:00am … and then 14-249 from 10:10am-11am and from 11:10am-12:00pm. 
Hope you can join us.
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1/30/19 Veritas Forum video link

Below is a link to the January 30, 2019 Cal Poly Veritas Forum, featuring Atheist presenter Dr. Herb Silverman and Christian presenter Dr. Karen Swallow Prior speaking on “Would Society Be Better Off Without Religion? An Atheist and a Christian Discuss”.



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