Good Fridays are one aspect of Journey Out, which seeks to encourage students to Testify of God's love through words and actions. The great commandment calls us to "Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit", and Good Fridays are helping mobilize students to start doing that right here in the Hampton Roads community. Every week, CM partners with a different local ministry that students go out to serve at. Here are just some ministries that Regent has partnered with:
United in Him
United in Him is a ministry that provides an after school program for under privileged children in the local community. During this time, Regent students will play with these kids, tutor and help them with their homework, and host a small time of teaching about Jesus.
New Life Christian Center
Regent students go to "The Storehouse" which joins forces annually with community partners to distribute Thanksgiving and Christmas food baskets as well as Christmas toys/clothes to needy families. On a monthly basis, this ministry hosts a "Broken Bread Bible Lunch" which provides a hearty bowl of savory soup while reading the Word of God sure to satisfy both natural and spiritual hunger.
Habitat for Humanity of South Hampton Roads engages the community in building opportunities for qualified families to achieve independence and stability through purchasing an affordable home. We serve all seven geographical entities that comprise South Hampton Roads: Chesapeake, Isle of Wight, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Smithfield, Suffolk, and Virginia Beach.
For more information about Good Fridays, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
1000 Regent University Drive
Robertson Hall 406
Tuesday Oct. 24 – 5:15PM
A Few Reflections on Atonement in the Bible: Its Meaning and Message
Wednesday Oct. 25 – 12:00PM
Thursday Oct. 26 – 8:00PM
Friday Oct. 27 – 9:00AM
Faculty Common Read Discussion
Wednesday Nov. 1 – 12:00PM
Thursday Nov. 2 – 8:00PM