Evangel University WorldChangers present Echoes of Faith for Missions Week
February 14, 2013 | Paul K. Logsdon
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Evangel University WorldChangers will be presenting Europe: Echoes of Faith during Missions Week, Feb. 19-22.
Missions Week seeks to broaden students’ perspectives by raising awareness of global situations. Students are challenged to make a worldwide impact through faith and academics.
The emphasis this spring for WorldChangers, a student group at Evangel, is to draw attention to the needs of the people of Europe.
They will display eleven exhibits from the Assemblies of God World Missions regions in addition to several church ministries. The exhibits will be displayed in the Cantrell Student Union on Friday, Feb. 22.
One of the main exhibits will highlight the challenges of confronting human trafficking. Other exhibitors include the Eurasia Cafe, Healthcare Ministries and Network 211.
In addition, WorldChangers will host a pizza party in the cafeteria, where they will facilitate conversations between missionaries and students that desire to be involved in serving in Europe.
- Tuesday: Paul Trementozzi, regional director for Europe
- Thursday: Rev. James Sabella, area director for Central Europe
- Friday: Michael McNamee, Convoy of Hope Europe director
WorldChangers is a student organization whose mission is to facilitate students’ contact with missions through service, key speakers and focused prayer.
For additional information, contact Stephen McKnight, (417) 865- 2811, ext. 8510.
Evangel University is a private, Christian university of arts, sciences and professions. With an enrollment of more than 2,000 students from all 50 states and abroad, Evangel offers more than 100 undergraduate academic programs and nine master’s programs.