The National HBCU Leading In Transformation (LIT) Conference

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The National HBCU LIT Conference will offer relevant workshops and community service opportunities focused on Social Justice, Ministry and Academics on Thursday, September 21, 8am –9pm @ Clark Atlanta University in Atlanta. SBC21 NNYA Program Coordinator Nathalie Nelson Parker explains how the conference will aid campus ministry leadership. “This conference will provide support to campus ministers and students with vital resources to assist on-campus and post-graduate development, said Nelson Parker. “Thus, giving ethnic young adults the tools necessary to develop an awareness and action plan to address social justice needs on campuses and reach their God-given potential,” she said. Dynamic keynote speakers and powerful workshop presenters will challenge, empower and inspire young adults to be the light of Christ and embrace the call of God to lead in the transformation of their campus, community, and ultimately, the world. National Grammy-Award Nominated Gospel Artist The Walls Group will lead worship. “We are in an urgent time to aggressively engage young adults with the platform, tools, and blessing needed to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of this world,” explained Allen. By connecting young adults between the ages of 18-35 to a greater network of other disciplined young adults, campus ministers, and mentors, we can build a pipeline of effective leaders to serve within the church and respective UMC affiliated HBCU campuses.

National LIT Conference Registration and SPONSORS The National Lit Conference sponsors are SBC21 and General Board of Higher Education and Ministry - Young Clergy Initiative. Register now @, and stay connected with us on social media on Facebook @NationalNetworkofYoungAdults or @NNYA_LIT on Instagram and Twitter. For information contact