The McNeese BCM is off to a great start for the fall semester according to Director Keith Cating.
LAKE CHARLES – The McNeese BCM is off to a great start for the fall semester according to Director Keith Cating.
Lunch attendance has gone from 140 last fall to 190 this year. Members of the BCM are tailgating before each home football game on the corner of McNeese and Kirkman three hours before kickoff. All students, alumni, parents and high school seniors are invited to join them there each week.
“We have a great group of freshmen who are getting involved,” Kating said. “Our outreach to international students is continuing to grow. We had 20 students eating Nepali food at our building last Friday.
“Students are primed to head to the mission field, and we are challenging as many as possible to get their passports so they will be ready if God calls them to go abroad to serve.” Cating said. “Some may need funding for these trips, so I would ask you to pray about possibly supporting one of these students as they will be raising money for these trips.
“I would also ask you to continue to pray for our ministry. In light of the good things listed above, I am sure that the enemy is not pleased. Pray we will not be distracted from reaching our campus,” Cating said. “Pray that our staff and students will keep our eyes on Christ and impact the campus for the Kingdom.”