Urbana 12 Seminars
More than 700,000 international students now study in the United States, and the number continues to increase each year.
Global Issues in Mission
Development of community must be intentional as we seek to care for children and young people caught up in devastating s
Beyond seeing partnership just as exchange of resources or going into other people’s context to do projects, how do we e
What we think about creation will determine to a large extent how we journey within it -whether in our local environment
Growing in Understanding of Missions
In this session we'll look at rural and cross-cultural missions in the context of holistic and incarnational approach t
Using the illustration of the parable of the eleventh hour worker we'll learn practical advice for advancing the gospel
Discover the women, men and times that were instrumental in the birth of movements that advanced the cause of missions.
International Students Track
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Missions in Every Sector
What does God’s global mission have to do with graduate school?
Women in academic vocations can have deeply satisfying and significant Kingdom influence, but they also must navigate pa
Pastors and Church Leaders Track
Poverty and Justice
Many Christians understand the need for development, but what do we do when we face unjust laws and policies?
What is it like to be a woman living incarnationally in a slum community?
The Urbana Performing Arts Team (theatre and dance) will talk about art and gospel.
Come to the table with the Urbana worship team and hear about their journey as a community of worship leaders.
Ready to Go
Rooted in Luke 10, this provides a biblical basis for raising funds that moves beyond "permission" to raise money to the
The Heart and Soul of Missions
We seem to have taken the costly command of Christ to go, baptize, and teach all nations and changed it into a comfortab