• February 8, 2018–February 10, 2018
  • 0 - $50
  • This event is open to:
    • Full-time faculty
    • Alumni
    • General Public
    • Staff
    • Current Students

The Faith and International Development Conference is an annual conference hosted by Calvin College for students with hearts for global service. This year our theme is Home: Restoring Our Dwelling Place, and we will encourage people to fearlessly apply themselves to being God’s homemakers on earth.

This year's conference will feature:

  • Steven Bouma-Prediger, professor of Religion and Director of the Environmental Studies program at Hope College
  • Mark Charles, Navajo writer who speaks on the complexities of American history, founder of Five Small Loaves
  • Belinda Bauman, author and Founder of One Million Thumbprints
  • Carlos Hernández, Director of Operations for the Association for a more Just Society in Honduras
  • Debbie Dortzbach, Head of Global Health for World Relief
  • Kent Annan, cofounder of Haiti Partners and author of Slow Kingdom Coming
  • Sumshot Khular, Vice President of Naga Women's Union in Manipur, India

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