BCM's Regional Leadership Conference
WHEN: Saturday, February 4, 2017, 10am - 6pm
WHERE: Central Presbyterian Church - Towson, MD
As a college student, sometimes it can feel like you don’t have much, but God has entrusted His people with more than we often realize. As a follower of Christ, it is your privilege to be a witness for Him, and He has equipped and empowered you for ministry on your campus.
And as students of “African Descent”—whether African-American, Afro-Caribbean, African or multi-racial—God can use your background and experiences to work through you in powerful ways. Your leadership is all the more crucial given the challenges facing our communities both nationally and globally.
In February, gather with Black Christian students across the Mid-Atlantic Region, seeking to grow as leaders. Our prayer is that God grows you as leader—to advance his kingdom on campus and beyond. Please join us!
SPEAKER BIO: Drew Jackson
Originally born in Williamstown, NJ, Drew studied Political Science at the University of Chicago, and went on to gain his M.A. in Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary. During his seminary years Drew worked as full-time staff with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship in the Greater Los Angeles area.
Drew currently serves as Pastor of GraceWay Community Church located on the south side of Bethlehem, PA. He is also the Co-Founder and Executive Director of TR-BE, an organization whose mission is to resource and train local churches and the next generation to confront racially unjust systems and seek reconciliation through the lens of the gospel. He has spoken extensively on college campuses and at churches about God’s heart for the reconciliation of all things, and our call to partner with God in this work. He is blessed to share life with his wife Genay, and their twin daughters, Zora and Suhaila.