About Faithwalkers West
1. How did the Faithwalkers conference come into being?
The Faithwalkers conference came from the desire to give young men and women the opportunity to hear pastors who have been devoted to Jesus Christ and the Great Commission. At Faithwalkers, people get a chance to hear those men's stories of faith, to benefit from these men's life experiences, and to learn from men who have been in the arena all these years. The conference provides a way to continue to pass on the core beliefs of the Great Commission church movement. It is a rallying conference for everyone: young people, couples, parents, and families, to inspire them to be devoted to Jesus Christ and the Great Commission. The name Faithwalkers was inspired by the Scripture: "We walk by faith and not by sight," (II Cor. 5:7). Also the name Faithwalkers makes a connection to the Native American culture where they would sit around the campfire with the "old ones" listening to them tell stories of the great hunt and deeds of the past. As Christians, older believers are to proclaim the deeds of God to younger believers, as is written in Psalm 78:4: "We will tell the next generation the praiseworthy deeds of the Lord."
2. When and where is the next Faithwalkers West conference?
On December 27-30, 2013, Faithwalkers-West will be held at the Two Rivers Convention Center in Grand Junction, Colorado.
3. What is the theme at the 2013 Faithwalkers West conference?
This year, the theme is "JESUS - HIS LIFE, HIS MISSION".
4. Who are the speakers at Faithwalkers West?
The speakers at Faithwalkers-West are pastors of member Great Commission churches that are attending the conference. Click here for the list of main session speakers.
5. What if I have a specific question about a Faithwalkers West conference? Who can I talk to?
This conference is sponsored by Faithwalkers West, a ministry of Mountains West Region of Great Commission Churches. If you have specific questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 970-631-4029.