Join us in June for our first in-person Midwest Faculty Conference in two years at the beautiful Cedar Bay (formerly Cedar Campus) for a week of refreshing time with other faculty families exploring what it means to follow Jesus in ambiguous times. Ambiguity seems to have been our theme on campus the past two years as we have navigated our way through the pandemic, cultural divisions, and campus realities. All of this uncertainty has created tension as it seemed right to do one thing and then perhaps something else. Yet, when we follow Jesus, He helps us find our way forward. Fred Hickernell will lead us as we explore ambiguity from the perspective of a professor. Then, Lisa Sung will help us take a look at navigating ambiguity from a theological perspective. Lori Woodall-Schaufler will begin our week as she delivers the Sunday morning worship message.
Our hope is that this conference will provide faculty families with an opportunity to get away from the uncertainty on campus and spend refreshing time together, while also learning and growing with other faculty families. Camaraderie with colleagues, relaxing time with family, and deep times with Jesus will help us discover the way forward. We know the children of faculty enjoy this conference as much as their grown-ups and we hope and pray to be able to provide opportunities for us all.
Please stay connected through our conference website and our Facebook page(link is external) for information about our 2022 Midwest Faculty Conference as well as a new Faculty Pilgrimage this summer. Click here(link is external) to learn more about Cedar Bay Camp and Retreat Center.