It’s an essential human need. Dignity heals our hurts, lifts up the weak, and gives hope to the hopeless. This weekend come and learn from the ultimate dignifier of persons: Jesus.
In the Bible, Jesus preserved and offered dignity to those with whom He shared His message of hope. In our society today we see that people long for this basic human need to be met; often they do not find what they are looking for.
Jesus takes the hurts we have, the shame we hide and the scars that are apparent to everyone and dignifies us so that these all become a powerful witness for him.
Let’s retreat to the mountains together.
Join 200+ students from campuses across BC for a weekend away to enjoy God’s presence and hangout together in the midst of His creation.
Enjoy Camp Hope, set in a beautiful valley near Hope, BC! The weekend is fun and spiritually revitalizing to your soul. Experience the beauty of God's creation, student led worship, inspiring speakers, comfortable accommodations, outdoor campfires, great food, making deeper and new friendships.
Our vision is that you would not only have a great weekend, but that you will “EMERGE refreshed and Spirit empowered for life.”
Registration is live! We look forward to seeing you in January 2019!
Map to Camp Hope Camp Phone: (604) 869-2615
Loves Jesus, you, and coffee (like… a lot)
Paul Khosla is the coordinator for SERVE Campus Network, a national network of Pentecostal campus ministries that includes UCM. He lives in Oakville, Ontario and Hyderbad, India with his accounting corporate operations ninja wife, Diana; wonderfully artistic daughter, Isabel and joyfully entertaining son; Judsen.
He has spent nearly 20 years engaged in ministry, including the six years focusing on university chaplaincy and campus church planting. Paul is a passionate follower of Jesus and leverages discipleship, innovation and creative environments to fulfill his calling.
Trying to figure out what your next step is? Amy Wilson-Roberts is a career coach who loves helping young adults think though their future and how they can contribute to this world. She has a comes from a diverse educational background with Degrees in Kinesiology, Studio Art and a Master’s in Theology.
Incubating God’s Kingdom in the Marketplace
Paul built portable housing. Lydia made high-end clothing. Barnabas was in Real Estate, and Apollos was in Education. Matthew worked with spreadsheets, and Luke had a medical practice. While these early Jesus followers provided for themselves and those they cared about, they penetrated every region of the then known world, living out the glory of God, inspiring hope, justice and transformation.
Are you someone who is discontent to just attend a church meeting? Have you heard that Jesus is calling his followers to the marketplaces of everyday life in the most exotic of places? Places where they can ply their trade and practice their profession while they live out the glory of God amongst people who’ve never heard of redemption. Are you interested in more than the normal life?
Come join a conversation with some crazy radicals who start communities of Jesus followers through business and professional practice among unreached peoples.