Below is an e-mail forward-reply to a representative of the "UnveilinGlory Conference 2003" at Bethany Missions College prior and after. The e-mail pretty much tells much about what the conference was all about starting from recent to lates:
To : email@example.com
Subject : THANK YOU!
Date : Sun, 03 Mar 2002 00:46:52 -0600
On behalf of my friends and I from Morris, MN. We just want to thank you and to the rest of the committe/planners that held the "Missions Conference" last weekend at Bethany Missions College. Praise God and Halleluah!
We personally received from God in our different levels of our relationship. The "Great Commission" message really got me focuessed with a purpose in my current servant for Him through what He has called me to do in this season: youth minister: high school-college age. The other day, I shared what I learned with a group of youth pastors in Alexandria about "Great Comission" in what they do with their youth groups.
My friend and I who attended the conference are currently seeking God about a possible missions teams that we would like to plan. This afternoon that door of opportunity opened to us as an employee of mine invited me to a missions meeting. Their church in Cyrus (small town of 300 that is located 5 minutes east of here)hosted a meeting about a missions trip to an "untouched" town that is surrounded by an Indian reservation in Sascatchewan, Canada. They planned it for July this summer!
We'll do our best to keep in touch with you as a follow-up encouragement for your particular ministry. May God continue to bless you and your college's mission statement in aligned with the "Great Comission".
Sal and the Morris Team!
From: Linda Foster
To: 'Salvador Cruz'
Subject: RE: More info.
Date: Tue, 19 Feb 2002 16:43:59 -0600
Yes, you can go to the website for Bethany College of Missions--www.gospelcom.net/bcom. There should be a popup window that shows updates, and the Missions conference was listed. I just went in there to check it out.
We have our Annual Missions conference going on Thursday the 21st, until Sunday, the 24th. The UnVeilinGlory seminar takes place on Saturday. Unless the 14 year old was with you, there isn't any programs for teenagers during the conference. We do have about 20 mission representatives from other missions who will have display booths during the conference, and yes, there is a great opportunity for networking then. Also at the workshops put on by the mission reps.
If you have any other questions, please let me know.
From: Salvador Cruz [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2002 4:09 PM
Subject: More info.
Is there a website that describes more about the conference. I did saw the itineary, but I'm still debating if this conference is for me (24 years old Filipino American, campus/youth minister at college rural town of Morris, have done mission trips rural town, inner city, nationwide, and Mexico-willing to serve God anywhere). I would like to also share valuable information from this conference to encourage college students at our campus. I'm wondering if there is a place for youth (14 years old) to be kept busy while I attend the conference? Will there be valuable networking opportunities? I apologize for the many questions, as I'm debating my 2 1/2 drive to the cities for one day (plan to visit my family and pick up some stuff in St. Paul) is going to be productive. I'll try to call you too. Thank you again for your immeidate response!
Servant for Christ,
From: Linda Foster To: "'email@example.com Subject: Saturday conference Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2002 08:39:50 -0600
>Hello, Salvador Monteagudo.
>Your message was forwarded on to me to give you information on the Saturday seminar.
>We are having an one-day seminar on Saturday the 23rd called UnveilinGlory, >here on the Bethany Campus in the church building. UnveilinGLORY is a >series of fast-paced, challenging and life-altering presentations that God >is using to change churches and personal lives. It challenges Christians to return to a God-centered theology and to regain God's heart for reaching the >whole world.
>The cost of the seminar is $18.50 per person, which includes lunch. It >begins at 9:00 a.m. and ends at 4:00 p.m.
>If you are interested in attending, you can email me back, and I will put >your name down. You can pay at the door. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.
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>Bethany Fellowship Missions
>6820 Auto Club Rd., Suite D
>Bloomington, MN 55438-2849