"I will sing of your steadfast love forever, O Lord, and I will proclaim your faithfulness
to all generations."
-- Psalm 89:1
The term "Witness" has a double meaning: when we worship, we witness the power of the living God; and when we evangelize, we make known our experience of God in the way that a witness testifies in a courtroom. Therefore, the witness ministries of the Wesley Foundation emcompass both our services of worship, and our evangelism efforts.
"Their delight is in
the law of the Lord,
and on God's law they meditate day and night."
-- Psalm 1:2
The "Nurture" ministries of the Wesley Foundation invite and encourage the members of the Georgia Tech community to approach their spiritual life with the same passion and intellectual integrity as they approach their academic work. Many of our seminars are similar in scope and content to what undergraduate students would encounter in religion or philosophy classes at other universities. We also offer seminars that invite participants to experience how the arts shape, reflect, and challenge common understandings of what it means to live "the good life".
"Happy are those
who consider the poor;
the Lord delivers them
in the day of trouble."
-- Psalm 41:1
The Great Commandment teaches us that loving God and loving our neighbors are inseparable. The "Outreach" ministries of the Georgia Tech Wesley Foundation provide opportunities to reach out in concern and service to the world. We seek to provide care and comfort to those suffering crisis and calamity, and we work to remove barriers that keep people trapped in poverty and despair. We often work in partnership with other social justice and relief agencies.
"How very good
and pleasant it is
when we live
together in unity!"
-- Psalm 133:1
The life of faith is not a life easily lived out in isolation. Our "Fellowship" ministries are specifically designed to foster a sense of friendship and trust among the members of the Wesley Foundation community, and to offer hospitality to all members of the Tech community.
"The earth is the Lord's,
and everything in it,
and all who live in it."
-- Psalm 24:1-2
Stewardship at the Wesley Foundation is a community effort. Our Board of Directors facilitates improvements and upkeep for our building. Our residents look after day to day upkeep of the building. Students volunteer to work in the yard to keep the outside of the building beautiful. And finally, alumni, parents, and local churches support all of the above by donating their time and money.
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