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\n On Monday\, Feb. 26\, 2018\, Andrews University will host "\;Changing the World: The Next Step"\; in celebration of Black H istory Month. The program will take place at 6 p.m. in Garber Auditorium\, Chan Shun Hall. Admission is free\, and refreshments will be served. All members of the local community are invited to attend\, as are all Andrews students\, faculty and staff. Co-curricular credit is available for Andrew s University students. This event is facilitated by the Education Subcommi ttee of the Community Engagement Council and sponsored by the James White Library.

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\n The evening will begin with Tom Weidlinger's documen tary "\;The Long Walk to Freedom\,"\; a 30-minute film about how 1 2 ordinary people from very different backgrounds came to accomplish extra ordinary deeds and changed the face of the nation. These 12 individuals\, with tens of thousands of other Americans\, joined the Civil Rights moveme nt to protest racial inequality\, segregation and discrimination in the 19 60s.
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\n A panel discussion will then ad dress whether or not the goals of the 12 and others-particularly the goal of a just\, free\, compassionate society-have been achieved and will consi der the next steps that can be taken to bring about change. Panelists incl ude the following:
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\n A ttendees will be encouraged to ask questions of the panel and give feedbac k. "\;As a University\, as a student body\, as a church\, as a communi ty\, as individuals\, we have a role to play\,"\; says Carlisle Sutton \, director of Community Engagement\, Integration &\; Service at Andrew s University. "\;We need to understand what is happening in the broade r world and be intentional about being agents in the creation of a just\, compassionate and humane society."\;

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\n Andrea Luxton says\, & quot\;As a University we are committed to preparing Christian professional s who are passionate about making a positive difference in an increasingly complex and divisive world. This means thoughtfully engaging in conversat ion and action where biblical principles and social realities intersect.&q uot\;

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\n Photo: \;©\;1976 Matt Heron/Take Stock/The Im age Works

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\n We are called to be the lig ht of the world. Jesus himself tells us\, &ldquo\;[We] are the light of th e world. We are like a city set on a hill that cannot be hidden.&rdquo\;\n

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\n The reality is many of us do not comprehend the light we&rsquo\;re called to shine. We don&rsquo\;t understand the truth t hat we&rsquo\;re called to put on full display. \;

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\n The Light Bearers Bible Study is a weekly Bible study centered on strengt hening our beliefs. It&rsquo\;s centered on finding out the light that we& rsquo\;re called to shine. \;

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\n Join us every Monday (starting January 29) at 7 p.m. in the Campus Ministr ies office!
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\n Our next lecture is the &ldquo\;Persia Symposium\,&rdquo\ ; featuring research done by students under the direction of Dr. Constance Gane. This event will be held in the Seminary Chapel on Monday\, Feb. 26\ , at 7 p.m. This event is free and open to the public. Co-curricular credi t will be offered.

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\n All staff members are asked to attend Staff Meeting on We dnesday\, Feb. 28\, 2018\, from 3:30&ndash\;5 p.m.\, in Garber Auditorium\ , Chan Shun Hall. Please make every effort to attend\, as we re-establish regular communications for staff so you are adequately informed of and eng aged in administrative decisions that will affect the work and life of our campus. As always\, hourly staff may stay clocked in while attending this important meeting. Supervisors and directors\, please plan to attend also .

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\n For a detailed list of events\, click HERE.

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\n For a detailed list of events\, click HERE.

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