It's almost impossible to be human without experiencing loneliness at one time or another. Being a student on a secular university or college campus though around thousands of other students often heightens our sense of being alone. Students struggle with questions like: Does anybody else believe the same things I do? How can I live according to my religious convictions on my campus? Am I alone in doing evangelism on my campus?
Perhaps you've found yourself asking many of these same questions. But here's the thing: whatever your experience has been or will be, you are never alone.
On May 22-27 we will explore what it means to be “Never Alone” at the annual Adventist Christian Fellowship Institute. Adventist students on secular university campuses from across North America will gather for training, inspiration, and networking at Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona. We’ll open the Bible together, fellowship, and learn how to become more effective witnesses on our campuses, and we’ll together learn that we are Never Alone.