International Outreach Festival
 
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International Outreach Festival

Jan. 28 - 30, 2013

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CLICK HERE to view schedule, breakout sessions, and guest band!

Come expecting to hear from the Lord and have your Christian world view stretched. The International Outreach Festival is required and affects your chapel attendance. If you have a conflict you must complete the Chapel Appeals Form located on the SDCC web site.

Breakout and General Sessions, Missions Tables, and more!

Jerry Huson Photo for IOF 

Jerry Huson: Monday Jan. 28 

Jerry is the executive director of 7 Day Hero, a non profit that takes men and women overseas meeting the basic needs of the poor and needy. Jerry also takes Vietnam Vets back to Vietnam for closure and healing, serving several leprosy centers and providing glaucoma operations for rural people. Jerry has done ministry in over 40 countries including Haiti, 6 days after the earthquake, and Peru, 6 days after their 8.0 earthquake. A former baseball coach at Biola University and former president of SDCC, Jerry has a lot to say about the great commission and our response to Jesus who said to “Go.”

Phil Payne for IOF 

Phil Payne: Tuesday, Jan. 29 

Phil is one of those guys who has an idea or two (or 10) every day. He is consistently seeing things just a little bit different than the average person. He is a dynamic and powerful communicator and is passionate about teaching. Phil not only keeps his audience’s attention, he inspires them to change! He has lived in Quito, Ecuador for the last 13 years with his family and has had the opportunity to work and consult not only in multiple countries in South America, but also in Europe and Africa. Phil has had the privilege to call himself a College graduate, employee, small business owner, Associate Pastor to Youth, International Missionary, Speaker, Writer, Trainer, and Coach.

Luke Everett for IOF 

Luke Everett: Wednesday, Jan. 30 

Luke went to Mexico when his parents became missionaries to the deaf. The Everett family learned sign language and became active in deaf education and interpreting in church after Luke suffered an 80% hearing loss at the age of five. He is fluent in English, Spanish and sign language. He is an ordained minister and author of the book “Stepping out in Faith,” and became director of Rancho Sordo Mudo School in 1984. Luke is now the executive director of the family ministry and Pastor to the students and staff. He enjoys teaching deaf awareness to the Mexican community and churches worldwide, and loves challenging others to seek and serve God. Luke delights people with his humor, but at the same time challenges them to seek God and missions. Luke is also the President of the board of Ensenada Silent Ministries in Ensenada, Baja California, a transition home for deaf adults. He is also on the board of Communication and Humanitarian Services Inc. that has a deaf school in Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico. He has recently traveled to Guatemala and Haiti to help deaf ministries.

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