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Endless Praise to perform at the College View church


Endless Praise will perform Friday, Aug. 26, at 7:30 p.m. in the College View Seventh-day Adventist Church at 48th and Prescott.

Union to present outdoor resurrection pageant

"Last 10" start times

Each showing runs one and half hours and begins in Heartland Hall of the College View Seventh-day Adventist Church at the following times (no tickets or registration required):

April 23, 2011

David and Cherie Smith to be ordained/commissioned


On April 8, the Kansas-Nebraska Conference will ordain David and commission Cherie Smith for the gospel ministry in a special service starting at 7:30 p.m.

“Zacchaeus” to speak for Feb. 18 vespers service


Actor Mac McConnell will present “Forever Changed,” a first person narrative on the life as Zacchaeus, for vespers on Feb. 18.  (Photo courtesy www.way.org.)

Class assignment leads to baptism


Project Impact 2010: The legacy of service continues

Fernando Ortega to perform for Union College

Fernando Ortega, contemporary Christian singer-songwriter, will be performing a free concert at Union College at 7:30 p.m., Feb. 19. A musician since the age of eight, Ortega perfected his unique sounds at the University of New Mexico before releasing his first album in 1994. This will be his third performance at Union College.

World record holder, Todd Huston, speaks for chapel

Todd Huston doesn’t let a little thing like death or an amputated limb get in the way of fulfilling dreams. On Feb. 16, Huston will speak at Union College’s chapel service about his experience overcoming challenges.

Christian musicians FFH to perform free concert

Award-winning Christian pop band FFH (which stands for Far From Home) will perform at Union College on Oct. 9 at 7:30 p.m at the College View Seventh-day Adventist Church (4801 Prescott). Doors open at 7 p.m. Seating is free but limited.

Returning from a three-year hiatus, the group is looking forward to re-connecting with fans.

“The time away has been anything but routine,” says front man Jeromy Diebler on the band’s website. “Since our departure in 2006, [my wife and band mate] Jennifer and I have moved to Africa and back, welcomed our second child, and dealt with my multiple scleroses diagnosis. We’ve been walking the wilderness in brokenness and joy, learning that the two coexist. The waiting has been hard, but the Lord knew we needed a break to deal with some deeper issues, both physical and spiritual, that just couldn’t be dealt with while on the road. We now feel like it’s time to renew our connection with our audience and start telling them about this chapter in our story.” 

For more information on the musicians, visit http://ffh.net/. Questions about the event can be directed to Union College Campus Ministries at 402.486.2508.

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