More info is coming soon for the 2014 conference. Last year’s info is below.
One unique aspect of this conference will be that you will be able to choose from 7 “tracks” that focus on specific vocational areas.
For an hour and a half, local expert practitioners will guide you in a small group exploration of the nexus of faith and the discipline of your choice.
In a culture longing to have it all, God’s vision of the good life is shaped by proper relationship between vocation, family, and rest.
Young Professionals. Homemakers. Dual Career Families.
Annie Campbell & Damon Jiggets
Thriving communities require the committed nurture of life-long learners. Producing those life-long learners throughout society is no easy feat.
Education. Mentoring. Parenting
Doug Rucker & Jonnel Lilly
While societies across history and geography view justice as a basic human virtue, its consistent presence is elusive everywhere.
Law. Public Policy. Social Justice.
Danny Avula & John Pierce
Efforts towards wholeness of body, mind, and spirit are a vital sign of good in the face of the widespread broken-ness of our world.
Medicine. Therapy. Public Health.
Ansel Olson & Alana Kucharski
The shape (whether good or bad) of our homes, our workplaces, our city has an inevitable effect on overall human flourishing.
Places. Products. Visual Media.
Erin Holler & Janet Wills
Although we know that real wealth is seldom reducible to money, the pursuit and allure of money remains powerful.
Finance. Banking. Philanthropy.
Nate Clarke & Ross Catrow
In our media-saturated world, there are opportunities for media channels to curate truth, beauty, and order.
Journalism. Social Media. Story