I serve as an administrative assistant for a counseling office. I answer phones, scan files, sort paperwork and handle insurance benefits. I often spend my days at work without the opportunity to mention Christ to the hopeless people coming through our doors or to my co-workers. I’m not alone. So ...
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Let us not forget the true meaning of Christmas! Matthew 1:21 NASB, "She will bear a son; and you shall call His name Jesus, for He will save His people from their sins."
1 Shout joyfully to the Lord, all the earth. 2 Serve the Lord with gladness; Come before Him with joyful singing. 3 Know that the Lord Himself is God; It is He who has made us, and not we ourselves; We are His people and the sheep of His pasture. 4 Enter His gates with thanksgiving And His courts with praise. Give thanks to Him, bless His name. 5 For the Lord is good; His lovingkindness is everlasting And His faithfulness to all generations. ...
In an age characterized by political correctness and tolerance, it is those of us who still believe in absolutes, who come across as “close-minded.” How do we even encourage others who hold to radically different beliefs than us to want to continue a spiritual dialogue? Come learn the LISTEN paradigm with David Geisler and learn the art of asking questions while keeping others engaged in meaningful spiritual dialogue!
Reaching Your Neighbor One Conversation at a Time ConferenceNovember 4, 2017, 9:30amWorcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) Atwater Kent Laboratories Rm. 116In an age characterized by political correctness and tolerance, it is those of us who still believe in absolutes, who come across as “close-minded.” How do we even encourage others who hold to radically different beliefs than us to want to continue a spiritual dialogue? Come learn the LISTEN paradigm with David Geisler and learn the art of asking questions while keeping others engaged in meaningful spiritual dialogue!
Parking: Due to limited parking on the WPI campus, free parking is available on the surrounding streets: Boynton St, Institute Rd, Dean St, and Salisbury St. If you park inside the Boynton Parking Lot, please be aware that you are subject to being ticketed by the campus police.
Directions: Atwater Kent Rm. 116 is located in the building Atwater Kent Laboratories. Once you enter through the main door that is facing inward to the WPI campus, keep going straight, take a left at the end of the hallway, and take a quick right.
If you are coming from Boynton Street, please walk into the WPI Boynton parking lot and up the hill using the stairway (a metal statue is located nearby the entrance to the stairway). Once up the hill, you will see either Gordon Library or Fuller Laboratories. In front of the buildings, you will see a road. Please continue on the road in the direction of Fuller Laboratories until you see Atwater Kent on the right.
If you are coming from Salisbury Street, take a left/right onto West Street (tennis courts are located across the street from Atwater Kent Laboratories). The building on your left is Atwater Kent Laboratories. Please remember to use the front main entrance.
If you are coming from Institute Road, please find the WPI main entrance indicated by a large WPI sign. Once at the sign, please walk in the direction of the bridge and continue going straight through the heart of the WPI campus. After you pass Salisbury Laboratories, Atwater Kent will be in the Northeast direction. Please remember to use the front main entrance.
If you are coming from Dean Street, please walk to Boynton Street which is parallel to Dean Street and follow the corresponding directions above.
If you have Google Maps or a navigation app on your mobile device, please type in Atwater Kent Laboratories, 100 Institute Rd, Worcester, MA 01609 for specific directions...