East Coast

Jan 13-15

Registration is open at 5pm

Poconos, PA

Spruce Lake Retreat Center
5389 PA-447, Canadensis, PA 18325
Map

125 early
175 regular

Early registration runs though Dec 16th *Includes Sat and Sun meals though lunch

Featured Speaker

Enoch Liao

Pastor Enoch currently serves at Boston Chinese Evangelical Church (BCEC) in both their inner city and suburban campuses. He is married to Karen and they have 3 sons at home and 1 daughter who has passed on. They have a puppy named Colby. Enoch received his education from UCLA and Talbot School of Theology in California, where both he and Karen grew up. They live in Medford, MA since coming to BCEC in 2001. He is the author of In Reverence And Awe, a practical worship leading resource. Enoch feels privileged to participate in this conference and can’t wait to see folks there!

West Coast

Jan 13-16

Registration is open at 4pm

Irvine, CA

Hilton Irvine
18800 MacArthur Blvd,
Irvine, CA 92612
Map

199 early
249 regular

Early registration runs though Dec 16th
*Includes breakfast

Featured Speaker

Emma Tautolo

Emma Tautolo is a southern California native who has lived in Arizona for almost a decade now. She has spent the last 12 years on staff with Athletes In Action leading and equipping students and staff in college sports ministry and cultural competency. She has served locally as a part of her church in outward focused mission and care and is an executive leader with a movement of local churches putting Jesus on display by equipping, reconciling and activating God's people in Arizona called the Surge Network. Emma has her master’s degree in Missional Theology and loves the ocean, Pit bulls and 90's-00's r&b.

Margaret Yu

Margaret Yu is the National Director of Epic Movement, the Asian American ministry of Cru. She has served with Cru’s Campus Ministry for over 30 years. Her campus experiences span the globe from Milwaukee to Berkeley, to East Asia to Uzbekistan or to Los Angeles where she currently resides. Margaret loves college students. Her passion is to see God form many more culturally competent leaders for the kingdom of God. Margaret’s interests include mentorship or leadership development, talking shop about the NBA, and being at the beach. She is also an avid Michigan Wolverines fan as that is her alma mater. You can follow Margaret on Facebook, Twitter: CCCEpicMargaret or on her blog at margaretyu.com

Hung Lu

Hung Lu currently serves with Cru on the Oneness In Diversity team, providing spiritual care to staff. He has been on staff for 18 years serving on campus and overseas missions. Hung is a pastor at City Church in Cleveland, Ohio. He is married to Jennie, and they have 3 girls. He is passionate about helping students and staff thrive and live out God's calling on their life. Hung loves discipleship and journeying alongside students and people in his church. A fun fact about Hung is that he has 8 different ways to make coffee

Renee Begay

Renee Kylestewa Begay is from the Pueblo of Zuni, located in the southwestern part of New Mexico. She is married to her high school sweetheart, Donnie Begay, and they have three daughters. She is the national director for Nations, a conference speaker, and manages a resource website called The Talking Circle. She founded the Nations movement—a national ministry that seeks to build relationships with the Native American community. thetalkingcircle.com; Instagram: @reneebegay