Young Adults Fort Wayne, in conjunction with Highland Gospel Community, is gearing up for its first-ever young adult conference this fall. Slated for November 3–4, the United as One conference will equip young people ages 18 – 35 to walk in unity with others in Christ. “If you look at our cultural climate right now,” says Trevis Hull, Young Adults Fort Wayne director, “we are very divided as a nation. My prayer is that, through this conference, we can find unity in our homes and our city, which will hopefully translate into unity in our nation and our world.”
The conference serves as an extension of Young Adult Fort Wayne’s vision to bring unity among the young adults of Fort Wayne through teaching the Word, worshipping Jesus, and loving the city boldly in a community of believers. Speakers Jeff Bower, Chip Clark, Chris Freeman, and Eric Wood will focus on unity in mission, the city, the Trinity, and the church, respectively. The two-day conference also promises a dynamic worship experience, with a combined worship band formed from musicians throughout the city.
The cost for the two-day conference, which includes lunch, is $15/person, with group discounts available. To learn more about United as One, or to register for this groundbreaking event, visit www.youngadultsfw.com.