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september

Students for Life – Brendan O’Marchoe
150 150 The Barnabas Group

Students for Life will create a culture where those most affected by abortion are empowered and equipped to recruit their peers to join our human rights movement, save lives on the front lines, lead local and national initiatives, and provide tangible resources while supporting those facing an unplanned pregnancy.

SFLA National Headquarters:
4755 Jefferson Davis Highway
Fredericksburg, VA 22408

Office: (540) 834-4600
Fax: (866) 582-6420
Email: info@studentsforlife.org

www.studentsforlife.org

Alpha USA – Dane Sanders
150 150 The Barnabas Group

What is Alpha?

Alpha is a series of sessions exploring the Christian faith, typically run over eleven weeks. Each talk looks at a different question around faith and is designed to create conversation. Alpha is run all around the globe, and everyone is welcome.

Alpha USA
1635 Emerson Lane
Naperville, IL, 60540

1-800-DO-ALPHA (362-5742)

Email: questions@alphausa.org

www.alphausa.org

The GO Fund – Luke Womack
150 150 The Barnabas Group

Mission Statement: To accelerate Christian disciple-making among the unreached by eliminating the barrier of student loan debt for qualified missionaries.

The GO Fund
7111 Indiana Avenue, Suite 300
Riverside, CA 92504

Contact Information:

Email: info@thegofund.com
Executive Director: Luke Womack
Phone: 844-GO-FUND-5

www.theGOFund.com

Handout – September 2017
150 150 The Barnabas Group

The Barnabas Group San Diego September 20, 2017 meeting at the Handlery Hotel San Diego was a hit! If you missed it, you can read more about it in the handout below. Click the link to view.

San Diego Handout – September 2017

Lessons from Elite Athletes – Dr. Ben Houltberg
150 150 The Barnabas Group
Keynote Speaker

Dr. Ben Houltberg

“Lessons from Elite Athletes”
Dr. Houltberg is associate professor of human development at Fuller. Houltberg’s expertise centers on relational factors that impact emotional health within high-stress environments. Much of Dr. Houltberg’s current work is on the role of identity development and character virtues in sport as they relate to emotional health and athletic performance.  He continues to work with coaches and athletes from around the world to promote spiritual and emotional health in dealing with pressures to perform.
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