Wed lunch mtg W2300 and other announcements [belated]

Dear PHCF,

Welcome back! It's been so quiet in the SPH with folks away for spring break or other travels. As we start fourth term, our prayer is Paul's for the Colossians: Therefore, as you received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk in him, rooted and built up in him and established in the faith, just as you were taught, abounding in thanksgiving. (Col 2:6-7) May you walk in step with the Spirit, firmly rooted in faith as you worship him in your work and words, holding onto the good news of Jesus who came to save.

Our weekly meeting is this Wednesday at 12:15pm in room W2300 - bring your lunch and join us for fellowship and prayer! Pastor Bill Nelson from the Johns Hopkins International Fellowship will join us to share about missions work right here on campus and to invite you (and friends) to JHIF's Easter Celebration (church service at Gallery Downtown / Faith Christian Fellowship, followed by lunch and egg hunt in Reisterstown).

Some other announcements:
  1. Samaritan's Purse Ebola documentary - 3/30 (movie outing!)
  2. Law and Morality speaker series at Homewood - 4/4 at 7pm
  3. Veritas Forum at Homewood - 4/6
  4. CCIH March Prayer Calendar (pdf version) / CCIH "early bird" registration closes 4/14
1. Samaritan's Purse Ebola documentary - 3/30 (movie outing!)
Samaritan's Purse has produced a documentary on the Ebola outbreak last year -- Facing Darkness. There is a limited release screening at Arundel Mills Mall's Cinemark this Thurs, 3/30 (7pm). If interested in coming, please email teresa.yeh@jhu.edu.

2. Law and Morality speaker series at Homewood - 4/4 at 7pm
The Hopkins Thomistic Institute and the Hopkins Dialectic are thrilled to announce a speaker series on the topic of "Law and Morality," to be held April at the Homewood campus! Dr. Nicholas Healy, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Culture at the Pontifical John Paul II Institute in Washington D.C., will round off the series with a talk on "Religious Freedom and the Common Good." https://www.facebook.com/events/1872808172991922/

Where: Charles Commons Barber Conference Room at the JHU Homewood campus (3300 St. Paul St, Baltimore, MD 21218)
When: 7 - 8:30 PM on Tuesday, April 4 (social half-hours before and after!)

Light refreshments will be provided. Please RSVP here, and bring a friend!

3. Veritas Forum at Homewood - 4/6
JHU Homewood is hosting a Veritas Forum on Thursday, April 6: "Does Science Lead to Atheism?" MIT professor Ian Hutchinson will discuss questions such as: Can science help us as we consider the possibility of belief in God? Does it point to atheism? Or does it support a theistic worldview? Is there truth beyond science?
Details: Bloomberg (Physics/Astronomy building on Homewood campus) Room 272, 7-8:30pm
https://www.facebook.com/events/215303865617753/

4. CCIH March Prayer Calendar (pdf version) / CCIH conference "early bird" registration closes 4/14
Click the above link to see different ways you can pray for the world, for the church, and work being done for the sake of people's health and the kingdom this month!

Also, the reduced price "early bird" registration pricing for the CCIH conference closes 4/14. Strengthening Global Health: Faith at the Center is the theme, and the conference runs July 13-15 at Homewood Campus. PHCF is a CCIH affiliate, so you are automatically a student member. Register now!

Cast your burden on the Lord,
and he will sustain you;
he will never permit
the righteous to be moved.
(Psalm 55:22)

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