Recap of NSA's Called Conference 2018
In the third week of July, 126 high school students marched through downtown Moscow while pumping banners and chanting team mottos. They were attending “Called Conference,” a week-long worldview camp hosted by New Saint Andrews College. Students came from Saskatchewan Canada, South Carolina, and everywhere in-between.
Piling into the Nuart Theatre, they heard from radio host Steve Deace, author N.D. Wilson, NSA president Ben Merkle, and more. But not before singing, often in harmony, hymns such as “The Son of God Goes Forth to War.” The headliner was pastor-author-professor and NSA alumnus Joe Rigney, who tied each talk back to the Scriptures. “The aim,” says Rigney, “is to equip them for cultural leadership as followers of Jesus. Our culture is in desperate need of such leadership across the board.”
The talks encouraged high school students to engage the culture and advance the kingdom, and they address topics like film, writing, economics, politics, media, law, and others. When …
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