Kappa Phi friendships are TRUE Biblical friendships. Alumnae Chapters are a way to keep the Christian nurturing alive in your crazy, busy adult life.
Starting an Alumnae Chapter is as easy as 1, 2, 3:
- Gather 10 Alumnae that are willing to meet.
- Remit $200 installation fee.
- Determine installation date and location.
Why start an Alumnae Chapter?
- Sympathizes and comforts -- Job 2:11
- Share your joys and sorrows with your friends. If they are in sorrow, do not abandon them, spend time with them and comfort them.
- Intercedes for his friend -- Job 16:20
- When you pray for your friends, God will bless you.
- Covers the offense of his friend -- Pro 17:9
- When you love somebody, it is important that you do not give them up. It is important that you do not tell others their mistakes. It is also equally important for you to confront your friend personally if he/she is doing something wrong, but never tell about their mistakes/sins to others.
- Loves at all times -- Pro 17:17
- A friend always loves.
- Sticks closer than a brother -- Pro 18:24
- Friends are always there no matter what. Families may forget or forsake, but the Bible teaches us that we should be friends who will stick to each other, come what may. The world teaches friendship as a convenience. If you are rich, and if everything is going well, then you will have lots of friends in this world. But the one who sticks to his friend in the time of need is a true friend.
- Can be trusted-- Pro 27:6
- A friend is one who is honest with you no matter what. There are people in this world who will flatter you and exalt you to make you feel good, but a friend is one who sees through all that and speaks the truth. Be careful of the flatterer.
- Gives earnest counsel -- Pro 27:9
- The counsel of a friend is so refreshing, that the Bible says it is like perfume and incense. Beware of those "friends" who counsel you for their own gain.
- Lifts up -- Ecc: 4:10
- An old and proved saying goes like this, "A friend in need is a friend indeed." How true that is! We live in a world that uses us for its own gain and then dumps us when our usefulness is over. Christ did not give us up when we were dying in sin. He gave his life for us when we needed him and that is a true friend.