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Wed guest speaker (12:15p W2033), Labor day cookout, and more!

Dear Public Health Christian Fellowship,
Close to the end of Isaiah, the prophet writes, "I will recount the steadfast love of the Lord, the praises of the Lord, according to all that the Lord has granted us, and the great goodness to the house of Israel that he has granted them according to his compassion, according to the abundance of his steadfast love." (Is 63:7). In the midst of judgment and salvation, vengeance and mercy, glory and redemption, Isaiah reminds the people of Israel to remember God's abundant and steadfast love for his people. It is finals week for our new MPH class, and the amount of work to do and material to study may feel overwhelming, but we pray that you are rooted and grounded in Jesus, who is before all things and in him all things hold together (Col 1:17). May your work and your words be a sacrifice of praise to him this week. (Here's a song for meditation)
Tues, Travis will not be on campus so we will NOT have our usual John Bible study. …

Tues Bible study 12p W9514, Wed lunch mtg 1215p W2033, and more

Dear Public Health Christian Fellowship,
Isaiah recounts in chapter 30 Israel's rebellion - unwilling to hear the word of the Lord, going their own way, seeking strength in other places. Yet God is gracious and merciful: For thus said the Lord God, the Holy One of Israel, "In returning and rest you shall be saved; in quietness and in trust shall be your strength." (Is 30:15) Brothers and sisters, praying for your salvation and strength to be found in Jesus alone today - that you see his presence in the books and papers and materials you have before you to study, and in the assignments that are due, in the people you meet in class, in the office, or in transit. May God fill you with his extra special grace today - grace for yourself where you feel lacking but he brings you to completion, and grace for others too. And here's a good song for reflection and meditation.

Today Tues at12noon, join Travis Roberts (MPH candidate) will be holding a Bible study on the book of Jo…

Tues Bible study (12pm W9514), Wed lunch mtg (12:15pm W2033), and other announcements

Dear PHCF,

Paul writes in his letter to the church of Philippi: for to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain (Phil 1:21). Brothers and sisters, praying that today the way you live your life can "be instrumental to advance the honor and interest of the kingdom of Christ in the world" (Matthew Henry's commentary) in your words, deeds, and attitudes - at school, at work, on the road, at home. May your hope be rooted not on your work or abilities but on Christ our savior. Along the same lines, here is a song for meditation/reflection

Today atnoon, join Travis Roberts (MPH candidate) will be holding a Bible study on the book of John in Room W9514 (9th floor conference room next to the stairs that open by the Garden Plate). Generally, these studies will be 11am-1pm over the summer (except today) and 12noon-1:15pm starting in Sept. Everyone is welcome; please feel free to invite your non-Christian friends too. If you don't own a Bible, Travis will bring a copy of John fo…