Every year since 1978, the Coalition for Christian Outreach (CCO), has hosted the Jubilee conference in Pittsburgh, Pa., to inspire students to live out their Christian faith in every area of their lives.
More than 70 speakers, authors, artists and musicians conducted lectures and group classes to engage students and challenge them to think about the public implications of their personal transformation, as they reveal Christ’s love through their actions on and off campus.
The theme for this year’s conference, which was held on Feb. 15-17, was “Transform Everything,” which is a call to action, asking students to “…take a deeper look into the truth of the Gospel and how we are called by God to be agents of change – of transformation.
Every year, an estimated 2,500 to 3,000 students from college and universities across the country attend Jubilee to learn how to worship God in every aspect of the lives: family, friendships, career, church, and through community service and outreach.
“In recent years, especially the past decade, we’ve been able to offer more volume of topics: sexuality, vocations, and service opportunities,” said Amy Maczuzak, senior editor at CCO. “This year, students packaged 80,000 meals that will be shipped to Haiti.”
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