“Relentless” is a new Christian organization founded Nov. 3, 2016 on Lamar University campus by Michael Mitchell and Brionna Clark. The organization was created so students on campus can learn more about Christ and use it in their everyday college life.
“Our goal is to reach out to Lamar University students and make the university a better place by reaching out to students to learn more about Christ,” Brionna Clark, vice president of Relentless, said.
“We have a different approach from most churches. We deliver the word differently. We teach instead of preach, we take the word and apply it to life as a college student.”
Bible study is hosted every Thursday at 7:30 p.m in the Lucas building 119. Lessons are taught by Michael Mitchell, Brooklyn Williams, and occasional speakers. The studies are open to all religions.
The organization is sponsored by four restaurants. Chick-fil-a, Subway, Buffalo Wild Wings, and Pizza Hut. One of the four restaurants provides food every Thursday.
Aside from learning about Christ in bible study, they also play games and offer gift cards giveaways.
Michael Mitchell, president of Relentless and Lamar student said their new series, “Don’t Sleep On Me” motivate students.
“To not be held by people overlooking them,” Mitchell said. “How God will never overlook you and he will always recognize your value.”
Mitchell said he wants newcomers to understand that he can relate to others outside of the organization.
The organization partnerships with “LU Cru,” and Antioch Ghurch in Beaumont, where they invites students to come to the 11:45 services.
Bus transportation is provided for students who reside within Cardinal Village. Food will be provided exclusively for Lamar University students.
To cover travel fees and a T-shirt, dues to join are $20.
For more information, visit the Relentless Orgsync page, or call (281) 299-5873.