Equip Campus Ministries at SDSU hosts a number of events throughout the year. See below for past and upcoming events hosted by or in cooperation with Equip.
Sep 7 & 8, 2021: 7:30pm SDSU Union (Market)
American Gospel: Christ Crucified
The gospel message of "Christ crucified" has always been offensive. In our culture it is common for preachers to soften the offense of the cross, and the attributes of God that are displayed in the person and work of Jesus Christ. "American Gospel: Christ Crucified" explores how the paths of post-modernism and progressive Christianity lead to a different gospel, and a god created in our own image.
"But we preach Christ Crucified, to Jews a stumbling block and to Gentiles foolishness..." (1 Cor. 1:23)
- We often hear the phrase, “Jesus died for our sins.” What does that mean?
- Is the God of the Old Testament the same as the God in the New Testament?
- Did God the Father kill Jesus?
- Can a loving God also express wrath?
- Why is hell necessary?
Join us for this Film Showing in the Union! Sep 7 & 8 @ 7:30pm each night in the Market of the Union on SDSU campus. We will be showing "American Gospel: Christ Crucified" split into 2 nights.
Community members also welcome
Event Address: 1421 Student Union Ln, Brookings, SD 57006
See the trailer: https://youtu.be/nDW19ItmZXQ
Aug 24th, 5:30pm at Hillcrest Park
Burgers, Buns, Hotdogs and Hoagies! (no actual hoagies provided)
The Fall kickoff BBQ is coming up soon. FREE food, volleyball, ultimate frisbee, yard games and LOTS of opportunity to reconnect with friends and REACH OUT to new incoming freshmen looking for felowship and some christian community (or just food....)!
Mark it on your calendars, Monday Aug 24th, 5:30pm at Hillcrest Park, across the street from McDonalds.
Plan to come, and invite/bring some new and returning students along with you... share this event with them on facebook, too!
Manzilla & Feminomenon
Friday, Oct 26 @ 7pm
Location: First Baptist Church: 725 5th St. Brookings SD
Yay for Equip's mini women's retreat!
We'll be getting together at Kimberly's house for brunch, activities, discussions on biblical womanhood, and supper!
Come and invite a friend!
The end time says 10:00pm,; we expect to be done around 9pm, but you will be welcome to stay past that time. Please RSVP by Wed, so we know how much food.
Men, interested in flexing your masculinity in a multitude of ways!? Then join us for ManZilla! From eating plenty of meat, shooting guns, throwing knives, cutting wood, brutal hand to hand combat, ruthless competitions, culinary arts, and canvas painting. We will do it all (or some of it....)! You won't want to miss this once a year event!
Veritas Forum: Dr. Dan Wallace
How Badly Was The New Testament Corrupted?
Nov 8, 2018, SDSU Campus
Daniel B. Wallace is Senior Professor of New Testament Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary (has taught there for more than 28 years) and Executive Director of the Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts.
As an internationally known Greek New Testament scholar, Wallace has been a consultant for four Bible translations—ESV, TNIV, New King James Bible, and New English Translation. He has also contributed articles to the ESV Study Bible and the Holman Christian Standard Study Bible.Wallace is a frequent speaker at universities, seminaries, churches, colleges, and apologetics conferences. He has given the Staley lectureship (2001), the inaugural and a later Lamplighters lecture (2004, 2007), Annual Conference Lectureship for the Northwest London Diocese of Anglican Priests, London (2009), and has been a frequent speaker at various apologetics conferences.
Three Myths of the University: Panel Discussion
Jan 22nd, 2018, Crest Room in the Union
We'll be discussing three of the most commonly used and abused words of our modern day, "Truth, Tolerance and Diversity", considering what they actually mean and how the damage done when they're abused.
It should be a helpful and interesting night, invite some friends!
Veritas Forum: Dr. James Tour
Nanotechnology and Jesus Christ
*design and the origin of life
April 10, 2018, SDSU Campus
James M. Tour, a synthetic organic chemist, received his Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry from Syracuse University, his Ph.D. in synthetic organic and organometallic chemistry from Purdue University, and postdoctoral training in synthetic organic chemistry at the University of Wisconsin and Stanford University. After spending 11 years on the faculty of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of South Carolina, he joined the Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology at Rice University in 1999 where he is presently the T. T. and W. F. Chao Professor of Chemistry, Professor of Computer Science, and Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science. Tour’s scientific research areas include nanoelectronics, graphene electronics, carbon nanovectors for medical applications, green carbon research for enhanced oil recovery and environmentally friendly oil and gas extraction, graphene photovoltaics, chemical self-assembly, flame retarding polymer additives, carbon nanotube and graphene synthetic modifications, carbon composites, hydrogen storage on nanoengineered carbon scaffolds, synthesis of single-molecule nanomachines which include molecular motors and nanocars, use of the NanoKids concept for K-12 education in nanoscale science, Dance Dance Revolution and Guitar Hero science educational package development for middle school education, and methods for retarding chemical terrorist attacks.
Bigotry of the Bible:
Oct 17, 2016 SDSU Campus
Join us for a panel discussion on Bigotry, the Bible, and Same-Sex Marriage