WHY DON’T SOME PEOPLE TRUST CHRISTIANS? WHAT DOES GOD’S KINGDOM LOOK LIKE? WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE A “DISCIPLE”? DO I HAVE WHAT IT TAKES TO BE A “WORLD CHANGER”?
Hear from Dr. James Choung on these topics and more!
Cost: $10 pre-registration; $15 at the door
Lunches are available for purchase for $8 or you may go off campus to many local restaurants near to UPPC.
James Choung has been involved in campus ministries for over 22 years, empowering rising generations of Kingdom world-changers. He currently serves as InterVarsity’s national director of evangelism, and is ordained with the Association of Vineyard Churches. He has writtenTrue Story: A Christianity Worth Believing In and its follow-up, Real Life: A Christianity Worth Living Out, and he has taught at Bethel Seminary San Diego on leadership development and evangelism. He frequently speaks at campuses, churches, and conferences, and his work has been featured in many publications including Christianity Today, Leadership Journal, and Outreach Magazine. James has also sat in too many classes, writing his D. Min. dissertation on postmodern leadership development at Fuller Theological Seminary, receiving his M. Div. from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, and studying management science and marketing at MIT. He has previously served on the pastoral staff of a Boston-area urban church plant, of a megachurch in Seoul, and of a house church in Los Angeles. He has also led worship at national conferences, and has been on boards for higher education and an overseas business startup. For fun, he likes to travel with his wife, tease his two sons, spoil his daughter, bask in Los Angeles’ endless summer, and swing a racket in hopes of playing something like tennis. He blogs irregularly at www.jameschoung.net.