2007 CDN UBF Summer Conference Report

Second Gens

“17 Let your hand rest on the man at your right hand,
the son of man you have raised up for yourself. 18 Then we will not turn away from you; revive us, and we will call on your name.

19 Restore us, O LORD God Almighty;
make your face shine upon us,
that we may be saved.” – Psalms 80:17-19

We praise and thank God for the 2007 Canadian UBF National Summer Bible conference. 147 full time and 14 part-time people attended so that we can study about spiritual revival through personal repentance. Our second gens (around 50) had their own workshops and studied about personal revival and identity as God’s people in a secular environment.

Thanks to God for raising messengers: Misn. Luke Hong, S. Andy Stumpf, S. David Jumeau, S. Ray Grondin, S. Sylvia Foisy, S. Humble Joshua Brinkerhoff, S. Ernest Chan, S. John Giesbrecht, and S. Philip Wong.

Thanks to God for raising testimony sharers: Doug Nicholson, Jason Northey, Dana Brinkerhoff, Stephen Chapchal, Matthew Waller, Pamela Steinman…

Thanks to God for sending Dr. John Jun who helped train the messengers and inspired them to dig deeper into the word of God. Thanks to God for Pastor Ron Ward who gave us 1 Peter 2:9 and for America UBF’s prayer for Canada. Pastor Ron wanted to tell us that Americans love us and pray for North America to be a kingdom of priests and a holy nation. Dr. Marc Choi, Misn. Gabriel Choi from Paris UBF, Dr. Jeremiah Lee from Bonn Germany, Misn. Paul Lee from Greece, S. Joshua Lee from DaeJun UBF, Misn. Timothy Rhee’s family from Mexico also visited and prayed for this conference.

Here is a pdf link of the Luke 15 message “The Heart of God.”

For pictures see: http://picasaweb.google.com/stephen.kwon

In Christ,

S. David Jumeau

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  1. S. Philip says:

    Praye Topics:

    1. To serve a double ministry by 2010 with life giving spirit
    2. Pioneering 252 Canadian campuses through house churches.

    GOD BLESS YOUR REVIVED MINISTRY!!!

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