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Fall Newsletter 2013!
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HELP UH STUDENTS GET TO THE POINT!
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A.D. Bruce Religion Center

.. because life is a mystery until you get it.

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iPhone Application
Introduced at University of Houston

Team of Four UH Computer Science Undergraduate Students Create Custom Tool: Kaleb Fulgham, Andre Navarro, Nick Prescott and Hussain Abbasi.

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Who are we? Who are we?
We are a gathering of students at the University of Houston ... imperfect ... sometimes stumbling ... all of us broken people living in a complex and corrupt world. But we are learning to be set free from the past and to celebrate the present because we have met SomeOne, and we are starting to get the Point.


What is the goal? What's the goal of the Point?
Our goal is to discover the relationship with God that He intended for us to enjoy, and then to build the kind of genuine relationship with each other that illustrates God's love for us. It's a pretty lofty goal, but then, we believe in a very capable God!



What's the point? So, what's the Point?
The Point is, your life has meaning and purpose beyond today, beyond college, and beyond yourself. You will discover how meaningful and fulfilling that is when you come to know Jesus, the SomeOne revealed as the Son of God. Scripture says it this way: "And he died for all, that those who live should no longer live for themselves but for him who died for them and was raised again. ... Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; the old has gone, the new has come! All this is from God ...." (2 Corinthians 5:15, 17-18a / NIV).