Resources

See below for various ways to inform and improve your ACF experience.
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Bible Studies

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The Journey Series

This series is written with public campus students in mind! 
You'll notic the attention given to your student experience.

Come and See (Book of John)

Greater Things (Book of Matthew)

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How To's

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Help!

It's easy to hit that wall, that block, that space of "I have no clue what to do next." And while I'm not a fan of "just pray" advice, I resonate with the words "call on Jesus" in a real…
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No More “I Can’t”

Do you find yourself making excuses a lot? Perhaps you even have a really well thought out rationale for why you can't do something. And maybe you've recited it so often that you actually believe it. "I can't do X…
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Watch Your Words

It's a new school year. Everyone's back in the rhythm of classes, quizzes, and more. And your ACF chapter has started to connect, figuring out your regular meeting time and place.   What's one thing that can make or break…
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Church Sponsorship Guide

 Click Guide below to download a PDF
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Quick Tips

Download these quick Tips for Your Campus.
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Connecting with Other ACF Chapters

It's simple, really. Call each other up. Facebook. Text. Use the method that works for all of you. And then set up a time to gather. It's an invaluable way to not just get to know each other but support…
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Interpreting Ellen G. White's Writings

Here are some very helpful principles. Reading them for yourself and then reading and discussing them with others is probably an effective plan. That way you've already rustled up your own questions on the principles and can engage in more fruitful dialogue. 

 

Neither these principles, nor the writings of Ellen G. White are to replace Bible study. Where relevant, they can accompany Bible study. But all Bible studis should be first and foremost a study of the Bible as we've come to know it via 66 books from Genesis to Revelation.