Mission & Ministry Groups
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Joining a Mission & Ministry Group at Freed-Hardeman University can offer numerous benefits that contribute to your overall college experience and personal growth. Here are some reasons why you might consider joining a spiritual club at the university:
- Spiritual Growth: Being part of a Mission & Ministry Group provides an environment where you can deepen your faith, explore your beliefs, and engage in discussions about spirituality with like-minded individuals.
- Community and Support: Joining a Mission & Ministry Group creates an instant community of friends who share similar values and interests. You’ll have a support system to lean on during both the ups and downs of college life.
- Service Opportunities: Mission & Ministry Groups often engage in community service projects and volunteer activities. Participating in such events allows you to give back to the community and develop a sense of purpose and fulfillment.
- Leadership and Organizational Skills: Involvement in a Mission & Ministry Group provides opportunities to take on leadership roles, organize events, and develop valuable skills that can benefit you in your future career and personal life.
- Mentorship and Guidance: Many groups have experienced faculty advisors or upperclassmen who can provide mentorship and guidance as you navigate through your college journey.
- Purposeful Socializing: Joining a Mission & Ministry Group allows you to socialize in a more purposeful and meaningful way, building connections based on shared values and beliefs.
Take some time to explore the different clubs and groups available on campus, attend their meetings, and see which one aligns best with your spiritual journey and aspirations for personal growth.
Missions’ Group began in 1983 to provide a venue where those interested in foreign and domestic mission work can discuss opportunities for service and learn about current mission trends. The club meets the first and third Thursday of each month at 8:00pm in the homes of the Missions faculty. Some meetings feature guests who speak on their mission works, while other sessions focus on missionary principles and skills. The club helps to formulate mission teams who share the same interests in various locations and missions as a whole. Over the past thirty years, several such teams have formed, going to serve in domestic sites as well as in countries around the world. The club contains students within various majors, as all students are welcome to join. For more information, please contact Mark Blackwelder at 731-989-6624 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Preachers’ Club seeks to provide a place for students who are ministry focused to improve their abilities in speaking and serving. The club provides fellowship among young men and women interested in leading through ministry as well as interactions with individuals currently involved in ministry. The club endeavors to provide opportunities and resources for students seeking to hone their skills as they look for ways to serve God and His people better.