We’re thrilled to announce the 2018 Faith Summit!
Join us June 20-22, 2018 at Bethel University in St. Paul, Minnesota!
This unforgettable and energizing three-day summit, is loaded with inspiring speakers and educational workshops, all designed to prepare you with practical knowledge and effective action steps to protect the children in your own community.
Whether you are a student, pastor, lay church leader, or congregation member, the Faith Summit has something for everyone. Attendees will learn critical information to prevent sex trafficking and ways to assist in restoration efforts and justice initiatives on behalf of survivors. Bethel College Campus, nestled in the beautiful Land of 10,000 Lakes, provides you a refreshing environment to learn about this pressing social injustice.
Join experts, professionals and people of faith from across the nation to learn how you, and your church, can leverage your resources to tackle sex trafficking from all angles.
Registration is now open! Register here. Earlybird tickets will be $275 until February 28. After that the price increases, so book your ticket early!
Attendees will have access to a complimentary Faith in Action Kit that includes the complete Chosen Plus community awareness tool, USB with print resources for discussion guides to share about the issue, scriptural perspective and action items in a 4-week study for men’s, women’s and youth groups. This incredibly versatile tool will help you educate your faith community and reach out to your area to protect children from sex trafficking.
What Attendees Are Saying!
“I attended the JUST Faith Conference in Orlando last spring along with one of my pastor friends. As we returned home we were deeply challenged and concerned about how we could take action to motivate our church to get involved in addressing the Minor Sex Trafficking issue in our region. The Faith in Action Kit was the answer. It gave us the tools to engage the youth, men, parents and leadership of our church to begin engaging and informing our church to take action.
Dr. Jay A. Barber, President Emeritus
Warner Pacific College