It’s time to invite your friends to Food For Thought, an event designed to be enjoyed by both the mind and the palate!
Here’s an FAQ:
What will the evening be like?
It will be a casual, informal, yet an alive and engaging time of thought-provoking conversation, great Mexican food (made-to-order tacos!), and good fellowship. Arthur will bring up some issues that are common to everyone, not just Christians, and not just non-Christians. Everyone. Then we’ll try to make sense of those issues over good conversation, good food, and good fellowship in small conversation groups.
What does it cost?
Your price of admission is to bring a friend that you know would like to engage in conversations that count, and who is interested in questions of life. That’s it. If you don’t bring a friend, but would like to come anyway, you will be put on a waiting list, and we’ll let you know if there’s space for you. Priority goes to TD’ers with friends.
Do we need to rsvp?
Yes! Please let your small group leader know how many of you will be coming by 5/11.
Date and Time: Saturday, May 14, 2016; 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. (or whenever the last person leaves!)
Place: The Hsieh Residence
What can I do to help?
- Reach out to your friends to come. We will do our part in preparing a great night to help you blessing your friends. We need you to do your part in reaching out to them to come.
- Pray. Pray for our time together, yourself, your friends, and TD
- Be who God meant you to be and do what God meant you to do. As recording artist, Steven Curtis Chapman, reminds in his song, Meant to Be,
You were meant to be touching
The lives that you touch
And meant to be here
Making this world so much more
Than it would be without you in it
You were meant to be bringing
The gifts that you bring
And singing the songs
You’ve been given to sing
You are perfectly, wonderfully,
Beautifully meant to be
You were meant to be