Date: February 8 - February 10
Join us for our annual missions conference as Pr. Michal Klus walks us through the Genesis account of Abraham’s call. Throughout the week, we will grapple with the question “Are you ready?”—ready for the call, ready for losses, ready for struggle, ready to wait, and ready to pray. Visiting Missions Organizations will also present opportunities to serve. Event will be livestreamed at flbc.edu/live.
This same week, we welcome musician Andrew Peterson on campus for two concerts (tickets available for purchase) and a special lecture on "The Importance of Creative Vocations". (not livestreamed)
Full Schedule available below.
Note: Meals not included in registration. If you would like to purchase lunch any of these days, please call the main office at 763-544-9501 prior to Feb 1.
Wednesday, Feb 8
6:30PM Opening Session—Rev. Michal Klus "Are You Ready to Hear the Call?" Livestream
7:30PM Reception in Heritage Hall Dining Room, Connect with visiting Missions Organizations
Thursday, Feb 9
Friday, Feb 10
Rev. Michal Klus
Michal Klus graduated from Free Lutheran Seminary in 2003 and currently pastors a congregation in Trinec, Czech Republic. He is husband to Sarka and father to four children, one of whom is second-year FLBC student, Miriam Klusova.
Andrew Peterson is a singer-songwriter, author, filmmaker, and founder of the Rabbit Room. Andrew has released more than ten records over the past twenty years, earning him a reputation for songs that connect with his listeners in ways equally powerful, poetic, and intimate. As an author, Andrew’s books include the four volumes of the award-winning Wingfeather Saga, released in collectible hardcover editions through Random House in 2020 and production is underway on the first season of the animated series through Angel Studios (The Chosen), set to release in 2022. His creative memoirs, Adorning the Dark released in 2019 and God of the Garden released in 2021 through B&H Publishing. In 2008, Andrew co-founded the Rabbit Room, a nonprofit organization based in Nashville, Tennessee that fosters Christ-centered community and spiritual formation through music, story, and art. He lives in Nashville with his wife and about 80,000 honey bees.