Symposium 2018: Do You Matter? Says Who?
The Symposium is an annual event held at Purdue University drawing thousands from the campus, community, and surrounding region. Led by multiple campus ministries and churches, its purpose is to explore and debate some of the most probing questions about faith, reason, and life via lectures and panel discussions. This year's keynote speaker Scott Rae presents “Do You Matter? Says Who?” Find more information by clicking the website button to the right.
What Are We Building: 2018 Men's Retreat
Get away from campus and spend 17 hours with some other dudes to consider what we are building in our faith. There will be interactive time physically building things together as we look at 1 Corinthians 3. We will eat well and play hard. We will meet at Campus House at 5:30pm on Friday and carpool to New Hope Christian Church, which provides a great space for us to be together. The registration fee covers lodging, homemade dinner, snacks, and breakfast.
Set Free: 2018 Women's Retreat
Get away from the busyness of campus for a retreat designed to encourage your heart, refresh your body, and renew your mind. Set at nearby Ross Camp in a lodge nestled in the woods, we’ll eat well, laugh a lot, get creative, and spend time in prayer, meaningful teaching, conversation, and worship of our worthy God. This retreat only lasts 18 hours, giving you the freedom to relax and enjoy your time with us, knowing you’ll have the rest of the weekend to tackle homework and laundry. Space is limited to 100, and this retreat has filled to capacity each year for the last decade, so please register early. A detailed informational email will be sent to registrants a few days prior to the retreat. Register by clicking on the website link provided.
Discover what it means to serve Jesus Christ with your entire life by joining us for the Jubilee Conference in February. Diverse worship, Bible-based teaching, and very connected to everyday life, the conference will feature breakout sessions on engineering, medicine, science, dating, dance, transitioning to adulthood, smartphones, and more. Whether the Gospel is new to you or something you already know, the Conference helps us connect our lives into holistic living with and for God in the practical realities of our lives. The cost is $239 through November 30 and then increases to $259. Register for the conference by clicking the website link provided.
Come with us to Tennessee for Spring Break and get away from your day-to-day campus routine and enjoy God, life, and community in the beautiful Smoky Mountains. Early registration cost is $295 through February 26th. Following this date, the cost increases to $315. Mark your calendars, and register by clicking the website button to the right.