Ames
Kairos (college students)

Kairos (college students)

KAIROS

Kairos for college students meets Wednesdays at 8:00 pm at The Link, 2712 Stange Rd (a quick  drive from ISU, see map on this page)! Kairos features study-break food (we’re talking good stuff like pizza, donuts and cereal!) captivating live music, and an inspiring message. Kairos is a Greek word from Scripture meaning “opportune time or defining moment for us to find new life.” The goal of this weekly meet-up is to give college students (believers and non-believers alike) in Ames a spiritually safe place to explore Christianity, and discover the joy of living in God’s unconditional love. ALL students are welcome!


Mission Haiti
May 10-17, 2018 (this trip is for Kairos only)

What is Mission Haiti?
Haiti is currently the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, with 80% of the population living under the poverty line (less than US$2 a day) and 54% in abject poverty (less than US$1 a day). The 2010 earthquake further inflicted $7.8 billion in damage. This trip is in partnership with Many Hands for Haiti, based in Pella, Iowa (mh4h.org). Witness God's global heart as we engage with Haitians to make God real in a broken world. Be open to God using you to be his hands, feet and eyes to people he loves and cherishes in Haiti.

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"Don't let anyone think less of you because you are young. Be an example to all believers in what you say, in the way you live, in your love, your faith, and your purity."

1 Timothy 4:12, NLT

Questions?
Contact Danny Housholder, Campus Minister at 515-222-1520 or danny.housholder@hopeames.org.

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