Thursday, April 20, 2000

'Jesus Week' activities offered in Oxford




BY Randy McNutt
The Cincinnati Enquirer

        OXFORD — This is “Jesus Week 2000” here.

        Christians from various aspects of campus life are hosting the outreach ministry, sponsored by local businesses, churches and campus groups.

        The idea behind Jesus Week is that every student, staff member and faculty member should hear a clear and honest presentation of the good news of Jesus Christ, said Dale Seal of the Oxford Christian Bookstore, which co-sponsors the event.

        This week's presentations have included discussions and candlelight prayer vigils.

        Today's activities include information tables set up from noon to 4 p.m. at Shriver Center and the Hub, and a meeting at Millett Hall at 9 p.m. The public is invited.

        Good Friday's activities include 7 a.m. prayers at Ses Chapel and praise there at noon. The event's sponsoring organizations include Sigma Theta Epsilon, the National Christian Service Fraternity; Campus Crusade for Christ; Athletes in Action; Christian Council, and the Christian Student Fellowship.

       



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