Sophomores in search of spiritual growth and a break from the hubbub of school have an opportunity to find exactly that, thanks to Baylor Spiritual Life.
The Baylor Spiritual Life Women’s Leadership Team will travel to Nairobi, Kenya this summer to deliver 120 pairs of new shoes to St. Kizito Orphanage.
Baylor students can learn how to share their mission trip stories and the stories of those they meet through photography at a workshop next week.
This week, all members of the Baylor community will have an opportunity to experience the final moments in the life of Christ, says Ryan Richardson, associate chaplain and director of worship.
Baylor Spiritual Life will offer a “Service of Consolation and Hope” at 8:30 p.m. Monday in Miller Chapel. The service is intended to support and encourage those who have experienced the loss of a loved one in their lives.
When a man from another country comes to study at Baylor, he does not always come alone. Sometimes he brings his wife and children with him to live in Waco as a family.
Spiritual Life has promised a weekend of relaxation and spiritual growth to new students Friday and Saturday at Freshman Retreat.
As the academic school year takes off, one point on the to-do list for many incoming Baylor students includes finding a local church, a task often known to stir up anxious thoughts.
Baylor’s Rho Eta chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., is currently celebrating Delta Week, an event designed to support the sorority’s five thrusts.