Making All Things New

In Academia. In Our Communities. In Our Lives.

For almost a decade this conference has provided sacred space for faculty and their families. At its heart our conference is a unique community of colleagues and co-laborers that is inter-generational, multi-ethnic and inter-disciplinary. Each year this community reconstitutes and grows, becoming a source of renewal, rest, encouragement and inspiration.

This year we will challenge one another to discover afresh the new life that Jesus offers us -- and what it might mean for all things to be made new. In academia. In our communities. And in our lives.

  • Each morning, we will worship together and be led in communal Bible study. We will also spend time together in small groups.
  • Afternoons will provide an opportunity to rest, recreate, visit with family and friends, or attend seminars.
  • In the evenings, our faculty speakers will share their stories and expertise on topics related to our theme.

Programming for children and youth is available during all morning and evening sessions as well as seminars. Registration is already open!

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Speaker Bios

Professor of Sociology at Rice University
Professor of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science