What are the activities of ICF?
ICF meets for fellowship and Bible study every Sunday morning between 9:30 and 10:55 AM. The Bible study usually starts with lecture and big group discussion, followed by small group discussion around the tables, including an “easier English table.” Our current Bible study (through the end of August 2019) is described below:
“The Fruitful Life”
Most of us want to live a beneficial and productive life – a life characterized by positive qualities and results. This may be called a “fruitful life.” What does it mean to “bear fruit” according to the Bible? How can we live “the fruitful life?”
In addition to our Sunday morning activities, we have various social and recreational activities, and we partner with others in trips, retreats, and special events for international students, scholars and residents.
Who is involved in ICF?
ICF is attended by people from all over the world, including People’s Republic of China, South Korea, India, Philippines, Taiwan, Kenya, USA and others. The usual teacher is Jay Lester. Jay has a BS in Civil Engineering from Virginia Tech, and a Master of Divinity from Columbia International University. Jay works as both a professional engineer and Bible teacher/minister.