Want to go to Catalyst?

University Ministries will be sending a group of interested students to the Catalyst Conference — and we want to extend the invitation to YOU!

Catalyst is a powerful gathering of young leaders, a movement of influencers and world changers who love Jesus, see things differently, and feel a burden for our generation. We seek to learn, worship and create together with a momentous energy passionately pursuing God.

On October 3–5, 2012, 13,000 leaders from across the United States and around the world will converge—a revolution of ideas where you’ll challenge the process and think unconventionally. Even more than a cutting-edge event, Catalyst is an experience that leaves you enlightened, rejuvenated, and ready to embrace the life to which you’ve been entrusted and the journey to which you’ve been called. Expect a fully immersive learning, worship and creative experience, where timely inspiration can come from the thought leaders who grace our stage, or the person sitting in the seat right next to you.

Catalyst has been described many ways, but once you’ve experienced it, you’ll call it what we call it—pure leadership adrenaline.

Make it to Catalyst.

Student prices are:

  • $159 on/before June 28th
  • $179 on/before August 23rd
  • $199 after August 23rd

We’ll make travel and lodging arrangements — we just need to know you’re in!

You can find out more about Catalyst by visiting http://catalystconference.com/.

If you’d like to join the group attending from BU, please contact Dr. Guy Chmieleski (University Minister) by clicking here.

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