The registration fees are per person. It includes registration materials, Sunday opening reception light refreshments, breakfast and lunch, Monday – Wednesday, Exhibitor Expo, Worship, Seminars, Night Owl, Leadership and General Sessions.
|$329 Early-bird Attendee now through December 8, 2016
$379 Regular Attendee December 9, 2016 through January 5, 2017
|$239 Early-bird Spouse now through December 8, 2016
$289 Regular Spouse December 9, 2016 through January 5, 2017
|$129 One-Day-Only (Monday or Tuesday) now through January 5, 2017
$220 Two-Days-Only Monday & Tuesday now through January 5, 2017
Compassion Movement Project registration
Sign-up to give back to the community of Tucson. Receive a Compassion Movement T-shirt with your registration. Each participant must register separately. Space Limited! Register today!
|Sunday, January 8, 8:00 am – 1:00 pm, Tucson Serve The City
This project is an off-site project into the local area of Tucson to support under-resourced school districts in the city by teaming up with the local Serve the City organization with projects like clean up, painting, etc.
"Separation of church and state" doesn't mean what we think it does, and nowhere is that difference more evident than in public education in Tucson, Arizona. By saying to schools, "How can we pray for you and how can we help?", and then actually following through with both, churches have been welcomed by the public schools to come alongside and serve. More than 150 church-school partnerships now exist in Tucson, AZ, affecting over 80% of the public schools in the area! And the school districts are actively seeking even greater involvement and providing even more opportunities for partnership. On January 8th, you'll have the opportunity to help in the city's largest and most under-resourced school districts, building on partnerships that already exist and hopefully jump-starting some new ones. Set aside this time, to be salt and light in Tucson in ways that make an immediate, tangible impact, but that also are having ripple effects throughout the entire city.
*Transportation to be provided. Departure at 7:30 am. Pickup from main lobby. Return to Westin La Paloma by 1:00 pm Check-in at the lobby foyer beginning at 7:00 am. Please be prepared for beautification projects: raking, painting, trash pickup and to dress accordingly.
|Sunday, January 8, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm, Operation Wheels Miniature Golf Tournament Fundraiser
Sign-up to play a five or six hole putting course on the putting green at the Westin La Paloma to support local Arizona Refugees. Registration is a pledge in the amount of your choice (even a dollar) and all proceeds will go to Operation Wheels. Don’t want to play you can still make a donation. Our goal is $1000 or more! All are welcome!
Operation Wheels This is the North American Vacation Bible Xperience Kid-to-kid mission project for 2016. During the week, children will learn about refugees and watch outstanding videos that introduce them to refugee families from many parts of the world. Each day they will be encouraged to bring their money to help purchase a bus for refugees living in the United States. This much needed vehicle will provide refugee families in Arizona with transportation to school, adult English classes, work, church and medical appointments. Watch Jessica’s story
, a refugee from Burma/Maylasia.
Operation Wheels 2017 VBS Kid-to-Kid Mission Project. Produced by Totally INSPIRED Media INC. Music Used by License from Gene Michael Productions. Stock footage from Visit Arizona. North American Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church Children Ministries Department Project. Copyright 2016
*Check-in lobby foyer beginning at 7:00 am - Please bring your pledge amount with you to the Golf Tournament.
|Monday, January 9, 10:00 am – 12:30 pm, Stop Hunger Now Project
Join us for a time of high energy, fun, and fellowship! Help us package 25,000 meals in 2 hours with the Stop Hunger Now Project!
Stop Hunger Now is an international relief organization distributing meals abroad to one of the 74 different countries they partner with. They distribute meals through feeding programs operated by partner organizations in developing countries that promote education, encourage children to attend school, improve students’ health and nutrition, address gender inequalities, stimulate economic growth, fight child labor, and are crucial to address global issues. The top countries meals are sent to in their office are Vietnam, Cambodia, The Philippines, Guatemala, and Nicaragua. For more information, go to http://www.stophungernow.org/
*Check-in lobby foyer regular check in hours on Sunday and Monday.