Great things always seem to happen at this conference with college students. And last week I had the privilege of journeying to Pittsburgh with 8 students to engage in great times of worship, spiritual rap sessions, and all-around social goodness
We walked to the subway and hopped on the “T” to get over to the North Shore area for dinner one evening. That turned out to be a slight miscalculation in terms of timing, but there’s always some good memories like this!
Over the next week, we will be working on a little highlight video where each student may share something transformational about their Jubilee experience. It is always a fun challenge for me personally to figure out how to help students translate what they’ve learned into new neural and behavioral pathways.
The point of the Jubilee Conference (at the risk of over-simplifying) is giving college students of vision for how the Gospel “transforms everything.” It’s about helping students discover what it means to live faithfully in every area of life. This is my 10th year of taking students to the Jubilee Conference. Not every year does every student get it…or walk away transformed. But this year was one of those years and I’m glad each of these students came away seeking to follow Jesus with their entire lives.