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NNU hosts The Call Conference 2011

November 9, 2011, 11:25 am
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NNU will host The Call Conference on its campus November 10 -13 for 70 students and sponsors who want to reflect on God’s call for their lives.

Students are invited to enjoy a weekend with peers and educators who are focused on a life of ministry and service to discover their own call to Christian leadership. The Call Conference is centered on the Apostle’s Creed, a foundational statement of Christian faith, which is key to the understanding of God and His call on their lives whether in the work force or in full-time ministry. Students will have the chance to hear real-life stories and have meaningful dialogues with professionals who are dedicated to following God’s call in their own lives.

“This weekend is about providing space for students to come to campus and receive many different forms of input including lectures, small group discussion, worship, silence, group spiritual direction and recreation time to discern if God is calling them to vocational Christian service,” notes Dr. Michael Kipp, associate professor of youth and family ministries at NNU.

NNU has sponsored The Call Conference since 2005 as a joint effort between the Office of Admissions, the Northwest regional Nazarene Youth International, and the School of Theology and Christian Ministry. To learn more about this conference visit www.nnu.edu/thecall or call  877-NNU-4YOU.


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