Campus Ambassadors @ UAlbany

Archive for the ‘Blog’ Category

Nathalie’s Thoughts on the E100

The E100 Challenge has been a very exciting and interesting activity for me so far. Usually we think of reading the bible as a long process and hard to understand, but through this E100 challenge, we were able to read the essential stories of the bible and go deeper on what is being read. This has helped me and many others grow in Christ and really understand the things we read in the bible; making the experience of reading the bible all the more enjoyable.

In our small groups, we go over the weeks assigned readings, and have very in-depth conversations where we express questions and answers and great insight, deepening our growth and knowledge. I really enjoy this and can not wait to continue this semester!

Posted 5 years, 8 months ago.

Add a comment

What are you doing for Lent?

So, today is Ash Wednesday, which signifies the start of the Lenten period for Catholic, and certain Protestant traditions. Now, I’m not going to talk about the history of Lent or anything like that, if you’re really curious, you can look that up on your own. What I would like to talk just a little about is the spirit of Lent, and what I plan to do this year.

To give you an idea of where I’m coming from, I have a non-denominational, protestant background. I did not grow up observing Lent, nor do I view it as something you HAVE to do as a Christian. With that said however, I do feel that it is a great opportunity to learn and grow in Christ. Continue Reading…

Posted 7 years, 8 months ago.

1 comment