Prayer Update February 24, 2017

My heart is full of gratitude to God for all that He did last week in answer to our prayers.

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Our specialty coffee maker!

On Tuesday, we celebrated the grand opening of the newly remodeled Student Centre.  The specialty coffees and comfortable atmosphere has already made the Student Centre a very popular place on campus.  I’ll post some more pictures of the Student Centre in the coming days.

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Bryan Chapell

On Wednesday morning, Dr. Bryan Chapell was on campus to teach a course for our Graduate Certificate of Biblical Preaching.  Bryan is one of the leading voices in training Christ-centered, expository preachers.  Over twenty pastors were better equipped through this course.

On Thursday morning, we hosted our first breakfast for Community Leaders.  The mayor of Cambridge and several city councillors joined with business leaders to hear what Heritage students are doing to serve the local community through our Love Hespeler Initiative.  Our students served the breakfast and gave tours of the campus. It was the first time many of these guests had been on campus.  We are praying God will continue to help us be a light for Christ in the wider community.

Please join me in giving praise to God for His good work in and through the school.

readingAs far as prayer requests for the coming week, I’d ask you to pray for our students as they are on Reading Week   Pray that students would be refreshed by the break as well as catch up on their studies.

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Andreas Kostenberger

 

We do offer several modular (one-week) courses during reading week. One of the courses will be taught by Dr. Andreas Kostenberger, a guest professor from Southeastern Theological Seminary). He will be teaching a course on the Pastoral epistles. Andreas is a top biblical scholar in North America and we are delighted to welcome him to Heritage. Please pray that these modular classes will be effective training students in God’s Word.

Thank you for being part of our prayer team!  God is answering our prayers.

 

 

 

 

 

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