Author Erin Davis to speak at Christian Emphasis Week
For seventy years, the Judson community has set aside a week during the spring semester to focus on spiritual growth. This speaker for this year’s Christian Emphasis Week, which will take place on January 27-29, is author and blogger Erin Davis.
Davis is the founder of Graffiti Ministries and the author of thirteen books, including Connected: Curing the Pandemic of Everyone Feeling Alone Together, True Princess: Embracing Humility in an All-About Me World, and My Name Is Erin: One Girl’s Mission to Make a Difference. She is also a lead author for the Lies Young Women Believe blog.
“Christian Emphasis Week gives us a chance to set the spiritual tone for the rest of the semester and the new year,” said Cynthia White, who currently serves as the head of Judson’s Chapel committee. “I’m thrilled that Erin Davis will be joining us this year. I feel confident that she will challenge us to grow as individuals and as a campus community.”
Davis will speak in three special worship services in Judson’s Ramsay-McCrummen Chapel at 11:10 on January 27, 28, and 29. These services are open to the public. Davis will also be interacting with students during nightly events, as well as giving guest lectures in a number of classes as part of Christian Emphasis Week.
The Wednesday class schedule for January 28th will be adjusted as follows:
Regularly-Scheduled Time Alternate (Jan. 28th) Time
8:00 8:00 – 8:40
9:00 8:45 – 9:25
10:00 9:30 – 10:10
11:00 10:15 – 10:55
Chapel 11:10 – 12:00
Thursday morning’s classes will meet at their regularly scheduled times, with the final Christian Emphasis Week program at 11:10 a.m.
For additional information about Christian Emphasis Week, please contact Cynthia White at firstname.lastname@example.org or 334-683-5249.