Speaking at the University of Illinois

Over the next 2 days I will be speaking seven times at the University of Illinois to everyone from campus Christian groups, gay groups, youth groups, city-wide pastors and a general session open to the public. They’ve packed my schedule from 12-9pm on Thursday and from 7am-9pm on Friday! Your prayers for strength (especially since I’m just getting over being pretty sick) and a clear mind are quite welcome. Let’s see the Lord continue to do some crazy stuff on this campus.

Much love.

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  • http://www.ournewchapter.com Ian

    I’m in the Champaign area. Where are you speaking, and is it open to the public? I’ve heard a couple of your interviews on the Neue podcast and I’m pretty interested in hearing more about what you have to say.

  • Jodi Shay

    Definitely be praying for you. I heard some good things about the Ball State trip from a former student of mine. Hoping this trip brings an even bigger impact!

  • http://www.loveisanorientation.com Andrew Marin

    Ian – The main organinzers of this are the Vineyard church in Urbana (1500 N. Lincoln Ave) partnering with a few campus groups, therefore off the top of my head I believe the talks will be in a few locations. I don’t have all of the details in front of me as I am in the car en route, but if you call the church I know they can give you all of the info. I think a few are open to the public: 7pm on Thurs and 9am, 1:30pm and 7pm on Fri. Hope to meet you!

  • Sam

    My prayers go with you. You are a bridge builder, but you also bring a message of hope – Hope for LGBT people, their friends and families that LGBT people can be part of the Kingdom of God. May God richly bless.

  • http://www.xanga.com/djfree Darren

    sweet! apparently tomorrow night you’ll be having dinner w/ my friend chris. say hullo for me! :)

  • Brandon

    Dude, thanks for coming to IV. That was really cool and encouraging. It’s already started to promote really good conversations. I can’t wait for you to come back! Woot!

  • Christine

    Thanks for coming, Andrew! Hope you weren’t terribly overworked on this trip. It was awesome for us. =)

  • Matt

    Unbelievable! I picked up your book at random off the new book shelf at Champaign Public Library earlier this week and just read through the whole thing today. I can’t believe you were just in town this week and I missed you. I hope they’ll invite you back sometime. The work you’re doing is wonderful. Thank you.