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Vision Camp Series Registration


Welcome to our virtual Vision Camp Series! We are pleased to offer sessions on a variety of topics that were selected based on your feedback. To get started, first create an Account ID by clicking ‘CREATE ACCOUNT’ below. After you have created an account, please read through the entire list of offerings including speaker info (click on 'Speaker Bios' above), topic summary, and session dates. If interested and the dates work for you, click on the ‘APPLY’ button to sign up! Once you have completed signing up, you can always edit your registration by clicking on 'Application List' which can be found in the 'My Page' tab above.

Please note that ALL session start times will be confirmed once registration closes. Speakers will coordinate with all registered participants to find a time that suits everyone and accommodates participants living in different parts of the world. If you have any questions, please contact us at visioncamp2020@gmail.com.


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20. How To Study the Bible (Systematic Theology)   New

This sessions will provide how to study the Bible through the systematic theology. In August sessions we covered the doctrine of the word of God and the doctrine of God and the doctrine of the Trinity and the doctrine of Anthropology and the doctrine of sin. This November session will cover the doctrine of Christ (Christology), the doctrine of salvation (Soteriology), the doctrine of the Holy Spirit (Pneumatology) the doctrine of the future (Eschatology).
People have misconception that theology is boring and dry. They think that it belongs to seminarians and theologians. But it is the story of the Bible and ordinary people like you. It belongs to all lay people like shepherds and shepherdesses and missionaries and students.
This is a plain theology talk series which will stimulate your Bible study and change your life and give you the right understanding of the Scriptures and restore your characters to be like Christ and assist you to make the right decision for your future direction. Come and enjoy the Bible study and have spiritual fellowship with your peers.
Pastor Jacob Lee Washington UBF
12 / 20
Applied / Capacity

10. Real Talk Series

This is meant to be a session to discuss relevant and current issues that are of interest to our next gen community. These issues can be related to social justice; dating/marriage; social media; etc. The goal is to try to talk about these issues honestly and from a biblical, Godly perspective. After the initial session, participants will help select future topics and session dates.
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Abraham Lee International
45 / 20
Applied / Capacity

 

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1. Discipleship through Daily Bread

Gwangju UBF has encouraged spiritual growth for student leaders through the writing and sharing of Daily Bread. This session will introduce the importance and power of Daily Bread in one’s journey to grow as a disciple of Jesus.
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Nehemiah Kim Gwangju, Korea
29 / 20
Applied / Capacity

2. Godly Men: “Men of Faith, Rise Up!”

What does it mean to be a man? Our culture and society loudly tell us how we are to be as men. But God has a specific calling for men. It’s time to rise up in freedom to be the man God has called you to be.
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Augustine Park Washington UBF
28 / 20
Applied / Capacity

3. The Meaning of Marriage (for Men)

Many are interested in marriage but few understand the true meaning of it. Recently, I studied Tim Keller’s book on this topic with a young couple who were considering marriage. After the study they got engaged to each other, understanding the meaning of marriage. This session is not a Bible study. It is a topical discussion about biblical teachings on marriage. This session will be very helpful to those who are praying and preparing for their marriage, and to those who have questions about marriage. We will think and discuss about the secret, power, essence, mission of marriage, and the love & respect principle, and have plenty of time for Q&A.
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Moses Noh Philadelphia
16 / 25
Applied / Capacity

4. Discipleship 101 (English)

What does it mean to be a disciple of Jesus, especially in the context of UBF ministry? Is every Christian called to be a disciple? What is God’s hope and vision for me as Jesus’ disciple? How should I understand life and mission as Jesus’ disciple? In this series of sessions, we will think and discuss about ‘Calling and Commitment’, ‘Growing in a Christ-centered life’, and ‘Make disciples of all nations’. Anyone interested is welcome. We will also have plenty of time for Q&A.
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Moses Noh Philadelphia
26 / 25
Applied / Capacity

6. Being a medical doctor: life, ministry, and family

This will be an interactive panel discussion with three doctors who grew up in UBF. During our panel, among other things, we hope to discuss their different paths in becoming a doctor; challenges to a career in medicine; and how they balance their career with ministry and family. We will leave ample time for an extensive Q&A period to hear from you and answer your questions.
Dr. Maria Westerhoff, MD (Michigan)/ Dr. Joseph Ahn, MD (Portland)/ Dr. John Lee, MD (Washington)
28 / 20
Applied / Capacity

7. TCK (Third Culture Kids): Identity and Navigating Inner and Outer Worlds

Growing up between worlds in the context of ministry, young people often ask, "Who am I? Where do I belong? What's the purpose of my life?" By looking at important aspects of MKs and TCKs, we will create a space where they can be known by God and others, as we understand one another, together with some fun and fellowship. We will explore the topics on “Foundation of Identity, Feeling and emotion, Fellowship and Relationship.” These sessions will prepare MK/ TCKs for life ahead and equip them to thrive in their strengths and manage challenges. There are three main sessions with various topics simultaneously: identity, sadness, fear, emotion, conflict resolution, and a sense of belonging.
Princeton Biblical Counseling Team: Sam and Grace Lee, Mary Cowen, Sarah Lee (South Africa)
31 / 20
Applied / Capacity

8. How to Study the Bible (English)

Some people are scared off by the term “Systematic Theology.” But what it really means is “How to Study the Bible?” in a way that one begins to see and understand God’s plan for creation, humanity, sin, salvation, Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit, angels, church, and end times. Through this session, you will be blessed to understand the revealed counsel of God in the Scripture. You will gain a brief overview of theology in general and systematic theology in particular. Romans 11:33 says, “Oh, the depth of the riches of the wisdom and knowledge of God! How unsearchable his judgments, and his paths beyond tracing out!” This session will stimulate participants to search God’s purpose for the meaning of our existence in the world we live in and find direction for our future.
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Pastor Jacob Lee Washington UBF
30 / 20
Applied / Capacity

9. How to Study the Bible (Korean)

Some people are scared off by the term “Systematic Theology.” But what it really means is “How to Study the Bible?” in a way that one begins to see and understand God’s plan for creation, humanity, sin, salvation, Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit, angels, church, and end times. Through this session, you will be blessed to understand the revealed counsel of God in the Scripture. You will gain a brief overview of theology in general and systematic theology in particular. Romans 11:33 says, “Oh, the depth of the riches of the wisdom and knowledge of God! How unsearchable his judgments, and his paths beyond tracing out!” This session will stimulate participants to search God’s purpose for the meaning of our existence in the world we live in and find direction for our future.
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Pastor Jacob Lee Washington UBF
14 / 20
Applied / Capacity

11. Study of Ephesians – Being a Christian in the Real World

Through the study of Ephesians, we will be raising questions and seeking answers about how to live as a Christian in this world, e.g. on campus or in the workplace. The bible is relevant only if it is lived out in practice by those who believe in Jesus. As we study Ephesians, I hope that we will find strength in the bible to live out our faith in a real way in the real world.
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Abraham Lee International
15 / 15
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12. Friendship in Christ

In this discussion, we will explore friendships as a means of God’s grace through which our calling from God and relationship with him are strengthened, enriched, and clarified. Christians in community should strive for genuine friendships.
Joshua Jeon (Austin, TX), Sam Toh (Chicago)
20 / 15
Applied / Capacity

13. Purpose Driven Life: A Topical Bible Study with the Book by Pastor Rick Warren

In this Bible study, we will ask and discuss several questions about life such as: Who am I? (identity) Where did I come from? Why am I here? (the purpose and meaning in life) What will happen when I die? The focus will be on the purpose in life. We will roughly follow the content of the book, “The Purpose Driven Life” by Pastor Rick Warren. By the end of the sessions, we hope that the participants will have a better understanding of the questions posed so that his/her life is full of purpose and meaning in Christ.
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Daniel Y. Lee Shippensburg UBF
16 / 10
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14. Dating/Marriage Topical Bible Study (for Women)

Birth, marriage, death are the three most important events in life. But marriage is the only event of the three where one has to decide. This marriage decision reflects one’s value system. In this bible study, we will attempt to understand the biblical overview on Godly dating and marriage based on Genesis chapter 2. Then we will have definition of marriage by faith (MBF). After that, we will have honest discussions about the questions and challenges young people face today when it comes to dating and marriage. By the end of the workshop, we hope that students will have a better understanding of what the bible says about dating and marriage, and feel encouraged through discussions with their peers who are thinking about similar questions.
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Esther Lee Washington
21 / 20
Applied / Capacity

15. Tech & the Gospel – how to navigate the internet for Christ

How much time do you spend on social media? How much of that time is conducive for your spiritual growth? How can we utilize the internet to focus on our faith? How can the internet and the gospel go hand in hand? Let’s discuss how the internet can be conducive for our faith and how to use SNS to spread the gospel. We will also have a panel of engineers (FACEBOOK, Startup etc) who can answer your questions on their careers, how God used their skillsets and what it means to be a Christian carrying out mission in the tech industry.
Dr.Joseph Cho (Los Angeles), Joshua Min, Dr.David Junkil & Pauline Park
14 / 20
Applied / Capacity

16. Tech & the Gospel – how to navigate the internet for Christ

How much time do you spend on social media? How much of that time is conducive for your spiritual growth? How can we utilize the internet to focus on our faith? How can the internet and the gospel go hand in hand? Let’s discuss how the internet can be conducive for our faith and how to use SNS to spread the gospel. We will also have a panel of engineers (FACEBOOK, Startup etc) who can answer your questions on their careers, how God used their skillsets and what it means to be a Christian carrying out mission in the tech industry.
Dr.Joseph Cho (Los Angeles), Joshua Min, Dr.David Junkil & Pauline Park
21 / 20
Applied / Capacity

17. Evidence of Biblical Creation   New

It is a misconception to think that the creation-evolution controversy is a battle between “science” and “religion.” Christians are often caught up in evolutionism because they think that evolutionism is proven, without realizing that such a worldview is incoherent and inconsistent with Scripture, thus contrary to what they believe. It should also be noted that most scientists believe the world is old (the evolution is true) simply because they believe that most other scientists believe it! The idea was just “in the air” ever since their youth, as it was for me, and most of them believed it because it had never occurred to them to question it. In this lecture, I will provide critical issues to consider and provide a critique of theistic evolutionism. I will also present critical evidence supporting biblical creation.
Special Guest Lecturer (University Professor and former NASA Researcher)
75 / 40
Applied / Capacity

18. Biblical Marriage Topical Bible Study for Female students

Due to popular demand and responses, we are opening another session this week below. Birth, marriage, death are three most important events in life. But marriage is the only event each one has to decide. This marriage decision reflects one’s value system. In this bible study, we will attempt to understand the biblical overview on Godly dating and marriage based on Genesis chapter 2. Then we will have definition of marriage by faith (MBF). After that, we will have honest discussions about the questions and challenges young people face today when it comes to dating and marriage. By the end of the workshop, we hope that students will have a better understanding of what the bible says about dating and marriage, and feel encouraged through discussions with their peers who are thinking about similar questions.

* Comment from student.
Thank you very much for sharing your Bible-based wisdom and advice with us all! I learned a lot about what it means to be a woman of faith who waits on God's timing and goodness for my marriage
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Missionary Esther Lee Washington UBF
8 / 20
Applied / Capacity

19. Biblical Marriage Topical Bible Study for Female students

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!
For anyone who missed it, another session is being offered.

Birth, marriage, death are three most important events in life. But marriage is the only event each one has to decide. This marriage decision reflects one’s value system. In this bible study, we will attempt to understand the biblical overview on Godly dating and marriage based on Genesis chapter 2. Then we will have definition of marriage by faith (MBF). After that, we will have honest discussions about the questions and challenges young people face today when it comes to dating and marriage. By the end of the workshop, we hope that students will have a better understanding of what the bible says about dating and marriage, and feel encouraged through discussions with their peers who are thinking about similar questions.

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Missionary Esther Lee Washington UBF
20 / 20
Applied / Capacity

21. #Missions: Unreached peoples

“Declare his marvelous works among all the peoples!” (Psalm 96:3). Reaching the 3.2 billion unreached people with the gospel of Christ.

Are missionaries even necessary anymore? Aren’t there plenty of people around me who don’t know Christ? Shouldn’t I just focus on reaching them? All of these questions and more will be answered in this session on unreached peoples and places. By the end of the session it is my prayer that attendees will be able to define what an unreached people group is, be able to distinguish between unreached people and lost people, be able to point out on a map where the unreached are predominately, and be able to justify from the Bible why Christians should care about the unreached peoples and places of the world.
Ben Westerhoff Ann Arbor
22 / 20
Applied / Capacity

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