The world is getting to know Friendship House MSU in East Lansing
November 20, 2012
Go ahead and ask me about what's been pushing my buttons lately in a positive way? I'd have to mention Friendship House MSU in East Lansing where I've been a volunteer for more than a year.
It's a place where about two decades ago a bunch of forward-thinking Lutherans saw the need for a place where Michigan State University Internationals could sharpen their English skills through a variety of learning experiences including classes. They shared their ministry vision and bought a house across the street from campus.
Today, it's a place of learning and refuge for International students and their families from around the world.
It's staffed by volunteers who are doing it as "love reflectors." They are just reflecting the love they have received from Jesus Christ. They are passing it on. It's just that simple.
I'm really happy that a friend, Rich Bearup, the executive director, asked me to help build their social media presence right after he took the job. I could say that the place is a real point of light. It more of a blast of light in a world that far too often is dark.