The EPC is offering several ways for young adults (age 17-29) to participate in Urbana 15, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship’s missions conference. Held every three years, more than 16,000 participants make Urbana the largest conference of its kind in the world. This year’s event is December 27-31 at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis. Featured speakers include Francis Chan, David Platt, Evelyne Reisacher, and other noted missiologists.
For those attending, World Outreach is hosting a free meal to facilitate connections with other EPC college students and young adults. In addition, WO staff will be available to answer questions about EPC mission opportunities. For more information, contact Shawn Stewart at firstname.lastname@example.org or 828-273-2009.
For those who would like to help a student attend, EPC Student and College Ministries has set up a fund to provide partial scholarships. For more information, see www.epc.org/collegeministries/provide.
Our hope is that all EPC young adults who have a heart for missions are able to experience this life-changing event. However, we are only able to give financial assistance if churches and individuals contribute to our scholarship fund. To help make an impact in the life of a young adult:
- Go to epc.org/donate
- Click the “Donate Today” button
- Select “Student and College Ministries”
- Select “College Conference Scholarships”
At Urbana, participants can connect with fellow believers from around the world who have real experience working and serving in amazing places. They have seen both beauty and brokenness, and will share insights that are hard to find anywhere else. Urbana is an unmatched opportunity for young adults to discern how God may be leading them, connect with others asking the same question, and speak with some of the hundreds of attending missionaries. Hundreds of today’s missionaries and church leaders point to their Urbana experience as pivotal in their decision to serve in full or part-time ministry. For more information, go to www.urbana.org.
Help spread the word to EPC college students and young adults (age 17-29) about this unique opportunity!