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You can still host IF:2022!
We want you gathered in living rooms and dorm rooms and churches all over this planet. Because you with your people builds the kingdom. Do not miss this.
IF:2022 is available in Spanish and ASL.
Find your people and invite them to watch IF:2022 with you in your church, home or dorm room. We need each other, and this is not a year you want to miss!
Can’t make it to an IF:Local? You can still fully participate in IF:2022 from right where you are. Purchase IF:2022 On Demand!
These numbers represent the amount of IF:Locals participating this year, and where each of you are tuning in from. There are women in living rooms, churches, and dorm rooms all over the world that will be watching IF:2022. We need each other, and we hope you’ll connect with one another throughout the event!
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There is still a lot of work left to end Bible poverty. That is why we are so excited for more people to be a part of this story as we continue our partnership with illumiNations. Watch this video to relive the highlights of what we came together to do with illumiNations at IF:2021, and stay tuned for updates on the progress of the translations and on what’s to come at IF:2022.
When Jefferson Bethke and his wife, Alyssa, were wrestling with how to create a healthy Christian family, they dug deep into what the Bible says about having a purpose-oriented family that follows after God, and their family flourished. Join Jefferson and Alyssa Bethke as they walk you through their journey of opting out of our Western concept of family and embracing God’s beautiful, radical design to be multi-generational teams on mission.
In an extremely divisive world, what if there was a “third way?” What if there was a way to hold the tension of both sides that would show the world God’s heart for humanity? What if our greatest evangelical tool was how we responded to today’s cultural issues with grace, love, and truth? Join Justin Giboney, founder of the AND Campaign, and Jamie Ivey, as they discuss how to live with conviction while leading with compassion.
Starting the journey of racial reconciliation can feel daunting and leave us paralyzed, wondering where to begin. Or after the recent years of division and hostility, it might feel too scary to even engage in the conversation. Join Ellie Holcomb and Be the Bridge founder, Tasha Morrison, as they take you on a journey through Ellie’s story of racial reconciliation in her own life, so that we may understand how to take steps forward and see the life-changing work of the gospel in a wider, deeper, and powerful way.
In a world obsessed with social media likes, follows, and influencers, how do we navigate who we’re letting influence us? Who are we allowing to influence our daily thoughts and actions? Join Sadie Robertson as she takes us on a deep dive to explore how to live a vibrant, bold, and uncompromising life of faith in God when we have so many voices telling us who to be.
The word “culture” is a loaded term and it can feel overwhelming to keep up to date with how the world is moving. Is engaging in cultural conversations a waste of time? Or is it actually a way we make disciples and build God’s Kingdom on earth? Join Gabe and Rebekah Lyons as we explore God’s call on our life to engage in the world around us.
Emotions are part of our spiritual, mental, and physical well-being, but many of us ignore them or view them as the enemy. Mental health expert and trauma therapist, Dr. Anita Phillips, teaches from the intersection of mental health and faith and believes emotions actually play an important role as a guide in our life. Join us as we discover how to embrace emotions and use them as tools in your every day in this session with Dr. Anita.
Join Jonathan “JP” Pokluda as we discuss the top 10 questions he gets asked on his “Friday Q&A” on Instagram. The next generation has a lot of questions about dating, culture, church, and theology, and JP is a mentoring voice who is passionately leading from a Biblical perspective. Whether you’re a young adult or you want to better lead the next generation, this session will equip you for a way forward.
What do you think God thinks about you? Scripture tells us he delights in us, but few of us ever live into this truth. Instead, we walk around feeling shame, guilt, and the burden of performance. Join Ruth Chou Simons as she reminds us that God’s love is based on his character, not our performance. When we know who he is and how he sees us, we can let go of striving for perfection and instead run to his embrace.
Joy is easy to find when your days are easy and light, but how do we also choose joy in the mundane and dark days? How do we remain steadfast and immovable when everything around us is changing constantly? Katherine Wolf believes joy isn’t only found in a pain-free life. Join Katherine as she shows us how to live in the tension of “The GoodHard” and to have joy no matter what our circumstances may be.
At one point or another, many of us feel disappointment in our local church. So, how do we handle that? When do we stay and when do we leave? God promises that the church is the way he wants to redeem the earth, so join Hosanna Wong as she reminds us why it matters, how to stay when it gets hard, and what to do when we feel like leaving.
March 4th & 5th
At IF:2022, we’re going to talk about how to live in this world right now and how to navigate a life that goes against culture. How do we build community in the middle of that? How do we tell people about Jesus? There’s a reason we’re still alive. There’s a reason we’re still here. Our lives matter in this time. And we’re not going to waste it.
We are excited to have the following teachers as a part of IF:2022: