Prayer Conference at PUC

By Mike Mennard on December 18, 2007

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Without a doubt, God is doing something extraordinary. Simply put, He's changing the world. And He's doing it through and with academy and high school students who have rediscovered the power of prayer.

Some time ago, the Prayer Ministries Department of the North American Division launched a new conference, encouraging young people to do something absolutely radical—pray. As the conference has moved throughout the country, the response has been tremendous and life-changing.

On October 11-13, Pacific Union College is hosting the event, providing young people of the Pacific Union with tools and training in the areas of prayer, Bible study, and ministry. According to Mike Dunn, chaplain at PacificUnion College and organizer of the event, participants at the conference "won't merely talk about prayer. They'll experience it."

The conference is geared toward young people in high school and academy (grades 9-12) who have a desire to learn more about prayer and about how God can use them in ministry. The conference is ideal for church youth groups and academy Bible classes. Sponsors are expected to accompany all student groups. All meetings will take place at Pacific Union College, located in Angwin, California.