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Healthy Churches, Working Churches: Summer Conference for the Whole Family!

Tuesday, April 1, 2008   (0 Comments)
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Connect with alumni friends and family at Quest!  Join former classmates and professors at this year's Quest program on May 29-31.  This is the second year of new program on OC’s campus that provides practical and meaningful lessons and discussions on how to serve Christ and his Kingdom in the local church.  It is now less than two months away. Powerful keynote speakers and presenters will make this a high-quality conference for individual Christians and local churches who want to be healthier and more effective in their ministries.

Please make your plans now to join us for Quest. Our keynote speakers are Robert Oglesby Sr., Harold Shank, David Duncan and Howard Norton. Praise led by Scott Young, Vaughn Sullivan and Acappella’s Keith Lancaster.  There is a wide variety of focused tracks, including:

•Promoting intergenerational ministries
•Strengthening and ministering to families
•Exciting and motivating your church to evangelize
•Serving the needs of the poor
•A woman’s program on becoming a more complete Christian woman
•Bringing vitality and energy to a cappella Worship
•A teen track discussing why teens leave the church and why they stay

Online Registration is now available at www.oc.edu/quest. The link will take you directly to the Quest registration page. Pre-registration is encouraged. Participants who pre-register will be given a personalized program packet. The conference is free, but the Elders, Ministers and Spouses dinner on Thursday, May 29th and the Friends of OC dinner on Friday, May 30th are $5 per person each and must be paid prior to the start of Quest. The teen track costs $10 per person. Teens and sponsors will be provided housing in the OC dorms, a pancake breakfast and lunch on Saturday. Childcare will be provided but registration is required.

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