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Saturday, May 22nd
starting @1p.m.
Student Center/ Campus Mall
University of Minnesota-Morris
600 E. 4th Street
Morris, Minnesota

Admission is:

"Celebrating God and all of His diversity through Jesus Christ by reaching out to our neighbors in our community"

"And over all these virtues put on love, which binds them all together in perfect unity" -Colossians 3:14"

Why unity right now? Many of you have been following close to the news about what is going around the world and in particular-our nation (Colorado's high school shooting and the deadly tornados that swept our heartland!) Well, as neighbors of the Morris Campus and community, many concerned students feel the need to unite together and break down all types of barriers (racial, deonominations, geographic, etc...) that we can be a more of a family commUNITY through the love of Christ. As a small part of the global community, we should ask ourselves what is it going to take to bring our community together?

Are we going to wait for a disaster to unite us?


Alpha & Omega, Assembly of God, Free Church Campus Ministry, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, Morris Community Church Campus Ministry , and other various outside community ministries

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Tentative Schedule

1:00-2:00p.m. Program Begins on the Mall (Rainsite:Oyate Hall)
-Performance by Pamela Jenkins from Baton Rouge, Louisiana

2:00-3:30p.m. Three Guest Speakers Sessions in Oyate Hall
-"Over Coming Strongholds from God^Ļis Perspective" in Cougar Room-by Pastor Oliver White from Minneapolis, Minnesota
-"The Life of Steven (Acts 6-7): A Picture of the Spirit filled life" in University Room-Evangelists Spencer Tiernan, of the Morris Community Church at Morris, Minnesota
-"Is God Worth Following" in Alumni Room-Pastor Mike Sager of the Morris's Evangelical Free Church at Morris, Minnesota

3:30-4:00p.m. Refreshments in Oyate Hall

4:10-6:00p.m. Back on the Mall
-Performance by The InterVarsity Worship Team led by Jeremy Ericson
-Performance by the Black Student Union Gospel Choir of (UMM Campus)
- peformance
-Keynote Speaker: Ollie Dixon on "Unity, Diversity, and is God Color Blind?" from Chicago, Illinois
-Benediction and Dismissal

Background Information of Guests

Pastor Mike S.

Spencer T

Spencer T is a 1993 graduate of the University of Minnesota-Morris with a degree in English. Presently he is studying to receive his Masters Degree in Ministry from the Jubilee School of Ministry in Fairfield, Iowa. It was during his time at UMM that God became the major focus in his life and trust Him into evangelism and preaching the gospel. After graduation Spencer co-founded Living Waters Ministries as an evangelistic association and has preached the gospel to thousands in the United States as well as to millions more overseas via radio broadcasting. Hundreds have come to know Christ through various outreaches he has overseen and conducted broadcasting. Hundreds have come to know Christ through various outreaches he has overseen and conducted throughout Minnesota. Spencer has a consuming passion to see the lost come to know Jesus Christ as well as to train and equip believers to win their generation to Christ.

Ollie Dixon

Ollie Dixon was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. She has been educated in the Chicago Public School system and is enrolled in the Chicago State University Board of Governor's program. In September of 1998, Ollie resigned from the Chicago Police Department after serving an illustrious fifteen year career. This career move was divinely inspired so that she might better serve the Englewood community that she worked in for fifteen years and now resides in.

One of Ollie's greatest accomplishments was being ordained a Minister of the Gospel in April of 1990. She is the founding Pastor of Visionaries for Christ Ministries, Inc. in Chicago, Illinois. Since it's inception in 1995 Visionaries for Christ Ministries, Inc. under the leadership of Pastor Dixon has administered an annual summer camp program for under privileged inner city youth that would otherwise have faced an idle summer with no structured activities. (more...)

(CANCELLED!)Reverened Jerry McAfee
(Replacement T.B.A.)

Rev. Jerry McAfee is an ordained minister of New Salem Missionary Baptist Church, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Rev. McAffee is a man of God., Rev. McAfee is the director of At Risk Youth Service (ARYS) which provides the Inner City Youth League, where he teaches the community about personal development and self-esteem. Rev. McAfee is an advisor to numerous organizations such as Legal Rights Center, Inc. Rev. McAfee was the receipient of the 1991 YMCA Community Service Award and The 1993 Kappa Commmunity Service Award. Not only has Rev. Jerry McAfee dedicated his life to God but to the helping and understanding of others. Rev. Jerry McAfee is the founder of Twin Cities African American Bible Institute and the co-chair of the Operation Resurection, and the President of the Minnesota chapter of One Church One Child. Rev. McAfee has made his great contribution to the Twin Cities because of his faith in God and his passion for helping others

Pamel Jenkins

Pamela Jenkins was born in 1952 in New Orleans, one of nine children. From early childhood, music was her first love.

Since early childhood, Pamela has nurtured a vision to record an album that would touch the lives of Christians and non-Christians alike. Her new recording, Behold, I Will Do A New Thing-(Press Release info.), will do just that.

Pamela Jenkins does not consider herself simply a singer or songwriter, but a teacher of the Word of God. Her vision is to circle the globe, bringing a message that will encourage Body of Christ to walk in unity and love and to function in the full capacity of God's plan.

Black Student Untion Gospel Choir

The Black Student Union is a student gospel choir organization of the University of Minnesota-Morris. They have made a name for themselves of this campus and Morris community overall for 2 years so far!

Apostle Paul wrote a ltter to the Ephesians people "For we wrestle not against flesh and blood (race, deonominations, etc..), but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of darkness of this world, against spriritual wickedness in high places."

We would like to thank all the other following sponsors and supporters to make this event possible:
Don's Cafe, Burger King, Willies,
Other commmUNITY happenings:

  • "Pic the Park" on Sunday, May 23rd @1-3p.m. in East Side Park

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