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Ablaze Conference: Postponed until October 2021

Additional details to be announced as they become available

Cost and Admission

This is a paid event.

More information to come.


Postponed until October 2021, additional details will be announced as they become available.

What is the Ablaze Conference?

During the Jesus People Movement of the 1960s, the Holy Spirit provoked a spiritual awakening all across Southern California. In God’s Forever Family, Larry Eskridge argues that “the Jesus People Movement is one of the most significant American religious phenomena of the postwar period.” Thousands of lives were transformed by the power of the Holy Spirit. As we have come to examine this movement, we ask ourselves, “Can the Holy Spirit do it again?” We believe he can. We believe our faithful Lord can ignite a spiritual awakening in our university and students, in our churches and in our lives.

This conference will compel us to pursue an outpouring of the Holy Spirit, to respond to the call of rekindling our passion for evangelism and to faithfully continue preaching the transformative gospel of the cross. Biola University’s Center for the Study of the Work and Ministry of the Holy Spirit and The Wheaton College Billy Graham Center will be partnering to launch a 3-day conference in which the power of the cross will set us ablaze for the Kingdom of God.

You will hear from numerous pastors, evangelists and scholars through plenaries, panels and workshops that will center around worship, evangelism, reconciliation, outreach, pastoral ministries, theology and more. We will also engage in times of worship each session, with a special Jesus People concert on Friday night.


Questions?

Contact Center for the Study of the Work and Ministry of the Holy Spirit Today at:
(562) 903-4745
holyspirit.center@biola.edu


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