Heidi Baker is coming to Stanford on Friday, April 13th. The event starts at 7:00 and will be in Cemex Auditorium. The invitation is going out for students from all universities, and especially those in the Bay Area, to attend. [You might be able to find free underground parking at the Knight Management Center that can be accessed via Campus Drive... free parking after 4pm. In fact, pretty much... [read more]
Heidi Baker is coming to Stanford on Friday, April 13th. The event starts at 7:00 and will be in Cemex Auditorium. The invitation is going out for students from all universities, and especially those in the Bay Area, to attend. [You might be able to find free underground parking at the Knight Management Center that can be accessed via Campus Drive... free parking after 4pm. In fact, pretty much all campus parking except dorm parking is free to anyone after 4pm.]
Heidi will be giving her firsthand accounts of the breakthroughs she’s experienced within seemingly hopeless situations. Her experiences are remarkable and inspiring.
The takeaway from this event is for our generation of students, the aspiring experts and professionals, to realize that the biggest problems in our world today have solutions and that they are more attainable than we realize.
Tickets are free and have a $10 suggested donation. All proceeds over the cost of the event will go to Iris Ministries - the nonprofit that Heidi founded and works with.
You do not have to be a student to attend.
Please email email@example.com to reserve tickets. If you request by posting on the wall we will try to notice, but your tickets are not reserved unless you receive confirmation.
This event is sponsored by Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship.
1) The event will start tonight (Friday) at 7:00pm. Doors will open at 6:45pm. At this point 400 tickets out of 600 are claimed. We expect that people will show up hoping to get in and we will likely be able to accomodate them. We will give priority seating to those with reserved tickets up until the event starts, and at that point it will be first-come first-served. You do not need a physical ticket - if you are receiving this email it is because your name is on the list. Just check in at the entrance to the auditorium.
3) Parking can be confusing on campus. Here's what you need to know: you can park in almost any non-dorm spot after 4pm for free. This includes spaces marked "C" and "A" zones as well as all paid guest parking spots. The campus is sprawling, so if you are not familiar with it please allow time to find a parking spot and walk to the auditorium and expect to get lost along the way. :) If you get lost, ask a student for directions to the Graduate School of Business.
4) We will not be passing the plate, but you will have an opportunity to drop off an offering for Iris Ministries on your way in and on your way out. Please consider making at $10 donation.
5) And just to be absolutely clear, although Heidi Baker does have her Ph.D. and is a notable humanitarian and is speaking at Stanford please do not assume that this will be an academic lecture. There will be worship songs and Dr. Baker will speak forthrightly and passionately about her faith. I trust that was clear to you already, but I would hate for anyone to feel surprised.