Several times a semester, a leader on campus from the faculty, staff, or administration, shares a story about their own faith journey and invites students to reflect on their own life. Students enjoy coffee, desserts, coffee-house style music, and hear unique stories about friendship, hope, struggle, forgiveness, faith, and relationships in an inviting, casual atmosphere. All are welcome!
Started in 2006 by Boston College's Church in the 21st Century Center (C21), the name of the program is derived from the Greek word for the selfless, sacrificial, unconditional love of God (agape).
"Hills & Valleys"
Jeff Papia, Director of Mission Integration and Campus Ministry
Professor Dan Roland, Business Management
"The Spirit Within Me"
Professor Colleen Kumiega, Associate Professor in Human Services & Internship Coordinator
"Picturing My Journey"
Dr. Amy Smith, Professor of English and Division Chair, Arts and Sciences
Click here to watch Dr. Smith's talk!
"Who Am I?"
Dr. Mark Paoni, Associate Professor. Criminal Justice Studies Division
Click this link to hear Dr. Paoni's talk and see photos from the event!
"When Life Throws You a Curve"
Mary Ann Hobar, Assistant Chair, Forensic Science/Crime Scene Investigation
Click this link to hear Hoby's talk and see photos from the event!
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