Eagle Heights Church provided free hot dogs, chips and water to Southeastern students Tuesday April 24 to give college students a positive experience with Christianity. The church plans to host this event at least once a month.
Much of the funds used to make this event possible came directly from the church offering “We had an offering in our church in order to fund everything,” said Josh Dunn, the youth pastor. “The hardest thing is trying to share the gospel with students who may have been hurt in the past with bad experiences, but we try to provide a positive experience.”
Two of the students present really enjoyed this event. “It was really great. Free food is always good especially for us broke college kids. It was especially funny to see the kids running at each other in a big plastic hamster ball,” said Zack Sharp.
“The hot dogs were great. I went back for seconds. I hope they didn’t notice,” said Nathan Callahan.
Students had fun playing many of the games provided by the church. Eagle Heights Church invites all students to come fellowship with them on Tuesday. More information can be found at www.eagleheights.net.