NSU’s Christian student organization Ablaze will host Worship Under the Stars, an event that’ll combine food and music with social and volunteer activities, as well as prayer, April 26 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Alvin Sherman Library Quad.
To bring some holiday cheer to less fortunate children, on Nov. 13, Ablaze, an NSU Christian organization, in cooperation with Samaritan’s Purse, a global Christian non-profit organization, hosted their second annual “Operation Christmas Child” packaging party.
Bermudez said, “As a Christian, I think it is important to show God’s love in our world, especially on a college campus. Sometimes people think of us just as a group who gets together for bible studies, but as Christians we have Christ’s love in us, and we portray that to the world, and we are to be a light in the darkness.”
As guests left a presentation by evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins, Ph.D., on Feb. 17, students and supporters of Ablaze, a campus Christian organization, handed them flyers to “The Fact of God: A bold Response to Dawkins and the New Atheism.”
Ablaze is blazing a trail through spiritual life at NSU.