Haystack Meeting: November 6

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On November 6, there’s going to be another Haystack Meeting. In case you didn’t know, or you’ve missed out on taking Missions History here at Southeastern, the Haystack Meeting of 1806 sparked the modern missions movement in America. It was started by college students, men who saw the necessity to go to the nations and fulfill the Great Commission. That’s what we’re all about here at Southeastern, going. This Missionary Formation Society and Haystack Meetings are meant to foster greater camaraderie among students, helping them to see the great need for the Gospel around the world.

So, on November 6, we’re going to be featuring Servant Works, an organization dedicated to bringing transformation in the country of Thailand with its large, visible sex industry that has a devastating impact on countless lives and families. Come and learn about this organization’s efforts to bring about societal change in Thailand. Here are the details:

What: Haystack Meeting

When: November 6 at 6:30PM

Where: Jacumin Simpson Missions Building

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Will works for the Center for Great Commission at Southeastern as the assistant program coordinator for Global Studies for the College. He’s had experience working and living in West Africa and Eastern Europe. Currently, he’s a Th.M. student at SEBTS.

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