At our March meeting, Mr. Jim Soderberg spoke to us about presuppositional apologetics. He said that our presuppositions ask three questions: What is the nature of reality? How do we know what is true? How do we live life? From there he spoke on the presuppositional approach.
On February 16th, 2016, Mr. Keith Farmer spoke to us about the founding of his ministry, Straight Street. He spoke on the many difficulties in its start and ministry, while showing God's plan through it all. He challenged us to have faith in God as He works through our lives.
On February, 4th, 2016, we volunteered at the West End Center, which provides educational help to 200 children yearly, equipping them with the assets necessary to become responsible adults. As volunteers, we had the privilege to assist in this wonderful goal.
On January 14th, Mr. Dwayne Westermann spoke to the Honor Society about his ministry, Godparents for Tanzania, which works with sponsors to provide college-level education to the underprivileged in Tanzania. His goal is to bring hope and to glorify God through the education of the poor.
On January 7th, we volunteered at the local food bank for Feeding America Southwest Virginia. Feeding America strives to accomplish its mission of feeding the 1 in 7 hungry people in America, giving hope to over 46 million people. We volunteered to help see this accomplished.
On December 10th, 2015, Jason Isaacs spoke to us on his life and ministry in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, a ministry committed to evangelism in public schools through athletic programs. He emphasized the need for having humility and joy in leadership and encouraged us as honor society students to be servants in leadership.
At our Induction Ceremony in October, Liam Jackson and Stephanie Henderson were officially inducted into the Honor Society. In addition, we were blessed to have Mr. Tom Clark, Associate Pastor at Salem Baptist Church, exhort us to stand firm in an ever-changing culture.
Location: Calvary Memorial Church