RLGN 1001.01 Religion Service Learning
WEDNESDAY, January 13, 2016
10:00 A.M., SCARBOROUGH 207

A student must receive credit for RLGN 1001 for each academic year (any semester within an academic year is designated as an academic year) that he or she is a religion major.


  • Backpack Program
  • Boys and Girls Club of the Big Pines
  • Brother's Keeper
  • From Bondage to Freedom House
  • Buckner Children and Family Services
  • Celebrate Recovery
  • Clothes Closet
  • Community Renewal International
  • Dayspring Therapeutic Equestrian Center
  • East Texas Open Door
  • Faith Medical Clinic
  • Food Pantry
  • Good Shepherd Medical Center of Marshall
  • Habitat for Humanity of the Marshall Area
  • Heart's for the Hungry
  • Heart's Way Hospice of Northeast Texas
  • Hiway 80 Rescue Mission
  • The Hub Ministry
  • Kids Club
  • Lee Elementary School Mentoring Program
  • Lee Elementary School After-School Program 
  • Love Cemetery
  • Marshall Home Care and Hospice
  • Marshall Manor West Nursing Home
  • Marshall Pregnancy Resource Center
  • Martha's Kitchen
  • Meals on Wheels
  • Mission Carthage
  • Mission Marshall
  • My Friend's House
  • Paths for Improved Living
  • Purchased: Not for Sale
  • Refuge of Light
  • Shreveport/Bossier Rescue Mission
  • Women's Center of East Texas

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The community project shall be chosen in consultation with the Director of the Great Commission Center (GCC), Dr. Lisa Seeley, with final approval coming from the Dean of the School of Christian Studies. Consideration will be given to your present and desired servant leader experience levels, available transportation, and class schedules. Projects should be chosen by the January 29th for the Spring 2016 semester and all hours and written assignments should be completed by the 15th week of the semester.

John L. Harris, Ph.D.
Dean of the School of Christian Studies
Chair of the Department of Religion
Professor of Old Testament
903.923.2181 Work
903.926.0149 Cell


Dr. Lisa Seeley
Director of the
Great Commission Center,
office 903-923-2175