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We’re expecting certain affinity groups to form and will provide space for that. Tell us more about the 5K and what led you to develop one as part of a conference.For example, all of the Canadians may want to meet, or those in their 30s, or those in college, or those who are Dr. We have one guy from Australia who’s determined to go to Chick-fil-A while he’s here, so he’s already on our Facebook page inviting folks to join him. The adventure is a bunch of things, including meeting new people, hanging out in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains (many attendees are staying an extra day or two to go rafting, hiking, mountain biking, sightseeing, etc.) and stretching one’s faith. I literally thought of the idea over a year ago in the middle of the night.Are there themes for each talk or a list of sessions and descriptions anywhere? The topics of the conference reflect the core content/mission of Boundless, which are relationships, life and faith.Here they are: The title, “Pursuit”, could mean several things.What does the title mean, and how do you hope the participants will apply it? The first is a reminder of God’s relentless pursuit of us.
” So my vision was to take to the streets of Colorado Springs in public support of marriage and family.
I corresponded with Lisa Anderson, Director of young adults and and host of a podcast, The Boundless Show, to learn more about and its upcoming event.
The Boundless Show receives 300,000 to 400,000 listeners per month on a weekly basis and regularly appears in the top 100 Christian podcasts on i Tunes.
It’s that audience–and more– that Anderson hopes will make the journey to Colorado Springs, CO on August 7-9 for Pursuit. Pursuit 2014 was started largely due to requests from our audience.
After engaging on the site, blog, show and social media for years, our audience built a connection with the staff, personalities, writers and fellow readers/listeners.