College students enjoyed a great time at Medieval Times in Schaumburg, IL last week!
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Everyone thoroughly enjoyed our annual Christmas banquet. The food and fellowship were wonderful. Following the delicious meal, Pastor Kyle Allen from Richmond Baptist Church in Richmond, Indiana, brought a challenging message. Pastor Allen and his wife Elizabeth (Roadcup) are both 2005 graduates of Fairhaven Baptist College.
We're looking forward to a great semester! Check out the video below to see a little bit of what happened during Opening Week. Enjoy the music on the video? Check out our Fairhaven Music Recordings playlist here.
This week's book review is entitled Shattering the Myths of Darwinism by Richard Milton. Download a pdf of the review here. Purchase a copy of the book here.
Do You Control Your Phone—Or Does Your Phone Control You? This week's book review is entitled 12 Ways Your Phone Is Changing You by Tony Reinke. Download a pdf of the review here. Purchase a copy of the book here.
We will be hosting a Red Cross Blood Drive on Wednesday, June 26. Every donor will receive a free ticket to Cedar Point. Follow this link to schedule your appointment. Below are a few details to keep in mind. Everyone needs a picture ID to donate. 16-year-olds need a Red Cross parent permission sheet. You can get these sheets from Mrs. Damron. 16-year-olds must also have a State ID (with picture and age) or an unexpired passport. (If neither of these are available, you can use a school ID along with a copy of their birth certificate.)