Wednesday ReFuel Schedule updated this
week: Dinner at 5:30pm and programs at 6:15pm - just starting a
few minutes early!
Upcoming ReFuel Adult Studies
This Wednesday, April 20, we will finish watching the movie “Ray” in which Jamie
Foxx stars as the one-of-a-kind innovator of soul, Ray Charles,
who overcame impossible odds and humble beginnings to become an
extraordinary music legend. The movie raises many topics of
faith, including whether Christians should listen to and sing
secular music, taking stands for justice even when it brings a
personal cost, and dealing with the personal brokenness of
ourselves and those around us. Due to the length of the movie,
please plan for the viewing to begin at 6:15 each of these
nights. Alex will provide handouts to give you some things to
watch for and think about each time.
On April 27 we will watch the now well known “Last Lecture” by
Carnegie Mellon University professor Randy Pausch. Dr. Pausch
gave this lecture after learning that he only had months left to
live due to his pancreatic cancer. Sharing his personal and
professional life experiences with great humor and insight, Dr.
Pausch urges all of us to dream, achieve our dreams, and help
others achieve their dreams. He speaks about having people in
our lives who guide and encourage us, his preference for a
“Tigger” outlook on life over an “Eeyore” outlook, focusing on
others, overcoming obstacles and disappointments, and many other
bits of wisdom.
In May, we will be having a cookout with games, and then eating
out for our last ReFuel of the year.
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