Urbana is a student missions conference that seeks to help people discern their place in God’s global mission. It takes place every three years, and 2018 is one of those years! The Central Territory believes in this conference so much that they are offering $100 off per person for first time attendees. Students must register […]
Yo! The Elgin Prayer & Praise Night Podcast is here! Last Friday we talked about what it looks like to have revival both in our personal lives, and in our churches. We looked at Philippians 3:7-8 where Paul makes this crazy statement – that *everything* was garbage compared to knowing Jesus. That’s especially crazy when […]
Our friends over at Orange are doing a fall tour, and they have a one day event happening on October 19 in the Chicago area. DHQ is pleased to announce that we’re offering full scholarships to cover 2 registrations from each Corps in the Division. Here’s the need to know info: When Friday, October 19th […]
The podcast from the Blue Island Prayer & Praise Night is up! On May 11, at the Blue Island Corps, Theo Coleman shared from Psalm 27:3-5 and talked about how David, out of all the things in the world, wanted nothing more than to dwell in God’s house. Check it out here, find us on […]
Hey everyone! We have some news regarding Band of Survivors 2018 that we would like to share. Unfortunately, due to low application rates we are unable to have Band of Survivors this summer. While we are sad about this, we are grateful that each person who was intending to do Band of Survivors will instead […]
“One of the most powerful things about therapy in general is validation.” That’s just one of the many powerful truths Dr. Karen Hurula shared with us at the Youth Leader Brunch on Mental Health & Youth Ministry this past Monday. The podcast from the event is now up on our podcast feed. Get ready to […]
On April 23, we dove into the heavy and gigantic topic of Mental Health & Youth Ministry. Our guest was Dr. Karen Hurula, and she gave an inspiring lecture about how youth leaders should care for students and their mental health journey from birth to adolescence.
We had a blast at Youth Councils 2018, and God moved so much throughout the weekend. To help you continue unpacking Youth Councils, we wanted to make a few things available for you here: PODCASTS Find each message from Megan Fate Marshman here, or stream them on your phone from Apple Podcasts, or wherever you […]