Tuesday lunch meeting, CCIH conference (abstract/scholarship apps), 2017 schedule, and CMDA

[Forgot to post this last week]

Good morning, PHCF! A Scripture for this morning: I have been crucified with Christ and I no longer live, but Christ lives in me. The life I now live in the body, I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me. (Galatians 2:20) What good news it is that we live renewed, redeemed lives because of Him!

Some announcements:

1. Our weekly meeting is tomorrow (Tuesday) in room E2133 at 12:15pm. Amberle will be leading us in an Advent devotional/discussion. And there will likely be cookies. So come, bring your lunch, and join us in fellowship!

2. Christian Connections for International Health (CCIH) has announced its call for scholarship applications and abstract submissions to its summer conference (July 13-15, 2017 at Johns Hopkins University Homewood campus). This year's theme is Strengthening Global Health: Faith at the Center. Abstract submissions are due Jan 23. Students and professionals from developing countries may also apply for scholarships, due Feb 6. Two types of scholarships are available: the general conference scholarship for all global health interests and the Luann and Ray Martin MCH Health Scholarship for maternal/child health students and professionals only.

3. Spring 2017 schedule preferences -- Looking forward to third/fourth term and changing schedules, we would like to continue being faithful to meet as a fellowship. Please email jhsph.phcf@gmail.com your preference for (1) day(s) of the week and (2) lunch vs afternoon vs evening -- will try to pick a regular day/time that most can come!

4. CMDA Retreat -- the Medical Student Christian Fellowship has invited us to join in on the annual Christian Medical and Dental Association Northeast Conference. It is Jan 13-15, 2017, in Harvey Cedars, NJ. There'll be a group going together from Hopkins; email jhsph.phcf@gmail.com if you're interested! More details here: https://cmda.org/events/detail/wc2017

Blessings,
Teresa for PHCF

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