Housing opportunities, CCIH conference in July, GMHC conference in Nov

Dear PHCF,

Deut 32:9-12 - the final Song of Moses after God commissions Joshua to lead the people of Israel - says this:

9 the Lord's portion is his people,
Jacob his allotted heritage.
10 “He found him in a desert land,
and in the howling waste of the wilderness;
he encircled him, he cared for him,
he kept him as the apple of his eye.
11 Like an eagle that stirs up its nest,
that flutters over its young,
spreading out its wings, catching them,
bearing them on its pinions,
12 the Lord alone guided him,
no foreign god was with him."


May you, too, rest in the knowledge and hope that the Lord is guiding you, catching you, present with you - even (and especially) when you find yourself in a desert land or a new/unknown place. May you grow in faith as you believe that your God calls you the apple of his eye, his dearly beloved. Cling to him, and to him alone, for his words are true and unfailing. May your thoughts, words, and deeds bring him glory this week!

We aren't meeting formally this Wed, but Room W2033 in the SPH is reserved for us (noon-1:30pm), so feel free to make use of that space for prayer/fellowship! (There's also a prayer room in the basement by the mail room.)

Love,
Teresa - for PHCF

Other announcements:
  1. Housing opportunities
  2. Job opportunity at JLI
  3. CCIH conference - July 13-15
  4. Switchfoot/Lifehouse concert - Aug 15
  5. Global Missions Health Conference - Nov 9-11 (Register now!) (Email Teresa if you're going!)
1. Housing opportunities:
  • Downtown Baltimore 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath townhouse in Ridgley's Delight, next to UMB, light rail, and MARC train @ $1150/month. For pictures or more info, email Beth at bethzucconi@gmail.com
  • Two apartments available in Charles Village (both very nice!).The landlords' heart is to make their home and these spaces open to international students and scholars, and for those who have a heart to interact with internationals too. (Though anyone is welcome.)
    • 3rd floor apartment at 2806 N Calvert - $900 - Apartment available mid-August. One bedroom adequate for 1 queen-size bed or two singles with large closet. Has a study area with built-in shelves and extra storage that leads to a nice deck with access to the ground. Includes a small kitchen and plenty of cabinets, as well as a sitting room 16x12. Share washer/dryer with landlords (who live on the 1st/2nd floor).
    • 1st floor apartment at 2808 N Calvert - $1900 - Very large apartment, available starting August 1. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, two sitting rooms, full kitchen, private washer/dryer. Good for a group!
    • If interested, email Karl Dortzbach at kdortzback@mac.com or text at 443-570-3668, and he can send you pictures or tell you more!
2. Job opportunity at JLI
The Joint Learning Initiative on Faith and Local Communities has a paid summer internship available: learn more here.

3. CCIH conference - July 13-15
CCIH's annual conference is taking place here in Baltimore (Hopkins Homewood campus) this year! Join us July 13-15 to explore the theme:.Strengthening Global Health: Faith at the Center PHCF is a CCIH affiliate, so you are automatically a student member. View the schedule and register now!

4. Switchfoot/Lifehouse concert - Aug 15
The bands Switchfoot and Lifehouse are touring together! They will be in Baltimore on August 15 at Pier Six - tickets and more information available here

5. Global Missions Health Conference - Nov 9-11 (Register now!)
Registration is up and running for this year’s Global Missions Health Conference. (What is GMHC? It's like Urbana, for health care students/professionals, community development workers, public health practitioners, and more!). Register HERE and join us in Louisville, KY, on November 9-11 for a time of learning, growing, and being encouraged by others in the healthcare missions field.
(Email Teresa at jhsph.phcf@gmail.com if you are going/interested, and we can organize transportation and request free student housing as a group!)

16 By this we know love, that he laid down his life for us, and we ought to lay down our lives for the brothers. 17 But if anyone has the world's goods and sees his brother in need, yet closes his heart against him, how does God's love abide in him? 18 Little children, let us not love in word or talk but in deed and in truth. 1 John 3:16-18

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