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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2018

KANKAKEE FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
1000 N. ENTRANCE AVENUE, KANKAKEE, IL 60901

$20/PERSON | $10 STUDENT RATE

Join us for this one-day conference focused on multiplying leaders and ministries on the Chicago Central District


Keynote Speakers

 Albert and Christine Hung

Albert Hung is the District Superintendent of the Northern California District Church of the Nazarene. Prior to his current assignment, Albert served as Lead Pastor of Trinity Church, a multi-site, multi-ethnic church serving the English, Spanish, Chinese, and Filipino communities east of Los Angeles, California. He also served as the International Chaplain for Azusa Pacific University, leading chapel services for a global community of students from more than thirty countries. After spending several years in the entertainment business as a stage director, recording artist, and television host, Albert received a call from the Lord to pastoral ministry in 2003 while serving as a missionary in Taipei, Taiwan. He speaks frequently on the topics of preaching, cross-cultural ministry, leadership development, and the future of the church. His published work includes articles for Holiness Today, The Table magazine, and the Reflecting God devotional series.

 

Prior to joining the Northern California District Staff as Director of Pastoral Development, Christine Hung served as pastor of Trinity Church Rowland Heights Campus, a multi-site, multi-ethnic church serving the English-speaking, Latino, Chinese, and Filipino communities of Los Angeles County. She is passionate about discipleship and empowering ordinary people to participate in God's mission in the world.

Christine also serves on the Board of Advisors for the Center for Pastoral Leadership at Nazarene Theological Seminary, is a featured writer on The Foundry Community blog, leads workshops on Bible study, and speaks regularly on diversity, spiritual healing, and empowerment of women. She holds a Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Calgary and is currently pursuing her Masters of Divinity at Nazarene Theological Seminary.