College is a major time of transition. Some Adventist students choose to attend a public institution for financial reasons. Others are seeking degrees in areas not offered at an Adventist school or wanting to do research with professors who are actively involved in the research arena. And there are students who have attended Adventist schools all their lives and are ready for a change. For these reasons and many more, ACF serves as a place of connection—connection with others of similar beliefs, connection with God, and connection with the community around them in a way that assimilates their faith into their everyday lives.
Our mission is to:
Build Christian fellowship chapters on public campuses that honor God and nurture the spiritual lives of students.
Engage students in the mission of the church through relational evangelism and Christ-like student fellowships.
Empower local ACF chapters, churches and sponsors through pastoral support, professional training and access to resources.
Current ACF Chapters in Georgia-Cumberland Conference include:
ACF is an entity of the North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists. More interest in ACF is being generated all the time and work is being done to develop groups on the various campuses throughout North America (www.acflink.org).
September 11-13, 2015
Michaela Lawrence Jeffery
Chaplain, Advent House/ACF Director