2016 Campus Ministry Leadership Conference

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Join LCMA for the 2016 Campus Ministry Leadership Conference, February 5-6 in Cedar Lake, Indiana! The Campus Ministry Leadership Conference presents speakers who share insights about campus and mainstream culture, disciple-building, peer ministry and outreach—all in a distinctive grassroots setting. Fellowship, spiritual formation and a dynamic devotional spirit characterize this one-day intensive event. Here’s what you need to know to be a part of this great winter gathering:

Event:  Campus Ministry Leadership Conference

Dates:  Friday, Feb. 5, 9:00 p.m. (Central Time) to Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016, 4:00 p.m. (Central Time)
Place:  Cedar Lake Ministries, Cedar Lake, Indiana (Map)
Theme:  “More Than a Story”
Speakers:  Henry Graf and Dani Tietjen
Regisration: Registration will open October 31, 2015 (a form will be available on this page). Cost now through February 5: $75 per person 

Download CMLC 2016 Flyer/poster here! 

Visit the CMLC 2016 event on Facebook here! 

What to bring:
Bedding (Sleeping bag/pillow, etc.)
Guitar (or the portable instrument of your choice)
Watch this list; we may add to it.

About Henry Graf and Dani Tietjen

Henry and Dani NinetychDani (www.danitiejen.com) and Henry (www.henrygraf.com) are both internationally sought-after public speakers who teamed up in 2010 to take public speaking to another level, which they now call “conversational theology.” After three years of touring, this duo released their first book, More Than A Story (Mightier Press).

When they are not on the road together, Dani lives in North Minneapolis, with her husband Paul (100 White Flags, guitarist) and their three children. She is active in urban renewal through community gardening and is a co-founder of GautherHaus.com. Henry is a Pastor (Promise LCMS) and Professor of Communication (IPFW) in Fort Wayne, Indiana where he lives with his wife Tricia (Studio 149, founder) and their two daughters.

Currently, Dani and Henry are having conversations around collaboration and friendship; particularly friendship between men and women.