Campus Ambassadors @ UAlbany

Infusion Weekend

Every year on Memorial Day weekend [from Thursday to Tuesday - 5 days],  Campus Ambassadors Christian Fellowships from all over the northeast, and one group from Colorado, come together for 5 days of growth in our relationship with Christ and our relationships with each other.  We are “Infused” with Jesus’ ways, Spirit, love and truth together during our time together.
This is no typical retreat!
It is 5-days long and intentionally focused on building up leaders in Christ to go back to their campuses and share the Love of Jesus with the campus they come from.  There are workshops on topics such as Leading small groups, Sharing our faith, Discipling others, Leading Worship, Drama as worship and Social Justice issues!  There are also elective’s like Over-coming depression, Spiritual warfare, Sexual immorality, Gifts of the Spirit, organizing for ministry and much much more!
Each day there is worship, prayer, a teaching, small groups and tons of fun activities [hiking/horseback riding/swing dancing/etc.].  Each year there are some who come to know and follow Jesus for the first time and some who choose to become Baptized!
If you are interested in learning more about Infusion, Campus Ambassadors, or knowing Jesus, please visit www.campusambassadors.com for more information!
Infusion Video 1

Posted by Steve Bugler, 4 years, 2 months ago at 3:59 pm.

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Francesca’s Infusion Experience ‘09

I was not even sure I was going to ‘Infusion’ this last May. Stephen and Kim had mentioned it to me.     I wanted to go but I did not want to deal with the pressure of feeling the need to walk around with a       fake smile plastered on my face, pretending to be happy. Because the truth is, I was not happy. I was     struggling with all sorts of questions and doubts. There was an intense anger burning in the pit of my   stomach because I didn’t know what to do with knowledge about the Bible and God. I thought, “I           know about God and about the Word and all that, but what the heck am I supposed to do with it?”

There is so much I wanted to do with my life, and still do. I want to make a practical difference in           people’s lives. I want to be a friend not a judge, and to give. I thought the Bible required me to be a judge, but I wondered, “How could I judge anyone when I was such a sinner myself?” My struggle was taking me all over the place intellectually and emotionally. I didn’t know how to be me and be a child of God at the same time.

I felt like an impostor to everyone. To my non-Christian friends I was Continue Reading…

Posted by Steve Bugler, 8 years ago at 12:00 pm.

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