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Overview
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Why Multiply

Multiply = increase or cause to increase greatly in number or quantity: Goal of this conference is to inspire, develop and encourage students to know God personally and live for Him daily as a disciple who makes disciple, who makes disciples. 

The opportunity to get away to Glen Eyrie and the mountains and spend uninterrupted time seeking and knowing God has always been a very important part of the ministry.

This is an incredible week of teaching, worship, community, nature, friendship, and growth.  There will be main sessions from incredible speakers and workshops for focused development. All this is accompanied by plenty of scheduled and unplanned fun.

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Accomodations

Bedding is provided!  Here is an example of what your room might look like.

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The Schedule

Sunday

3:45-4:30 

Group Arrival/Check-in & Hospitality Suite

(Carriage House)
         (Rooms will not be accessible until 4:00pm)

 

5:00-5:45

 Black Small Group Leader Meeting

(Palmer's Den in Castle) 
 

5:00-6:00

Purple Wristbands: First Dinner Shift

(King James Dining Room) 

6:15-7:15

Black Wristbands: Second Dinner Shift

(King James Dining Room) 

6:15-7:00

Purple Small Group Leader Meeting

(Palmer's Den in Castle) 
 

7:30

Session 1 with Brett Yohn

(Great Hall)
(Childcare provided from 7:00pm until 9:45pm)

 

9:05-10:00

Small Groups
Groups 1-10: Meet in Castle 303 
Groups 11-14: Meet in Castle 202 
Groups 15-20: Meet in the Castle First Floor Foyer/Lobby 
Groups 21-36: Meet on the Castle Terrace (outside) 
Campus ministers & non-student guests: Meet in the (Great Hall) 

Brett Yohn became a Christ-follower at a young age. As a college sophomore at OU, He began to grow as a disciple through the influence of his friend and mentor, Max Barnett. Even before he graduated, he desired to impact collegians for his entire life.
 

In 1972, Brett moved to Lincoln, Nebraska to start the Christian Challenge campus ministry. There he found a place where he could impact generation after generation of students for Jesus on the campus of the University of Nebraska. In 1985, he also founded and pastored New Covenant Community Church for three years.

 

Over the last few years, Brett has transferred the leadership of both Christian Challenge and New Covenant Community and is now a speaker, coach, and consultant.

Sunday
Monday
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Pastor Zack was born in Fort Worth, Texas, and calls Lubbock, Texas, his hometown.

 

Zack and his wife Autumn served on staff at different churches for more than 10 years and in 2014 moved to DC to found Waterfront Church! The Randles are blessed with four amazing kids (2 boys and two girls) and four precocious cats.

Zack and Autumn also have a deeply personal passion for church planting, the ministry of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and the special needs community.

Monday

7:30-8:15

Purple Wristbands: First Breakfast Shift

(King James Dining Room) 

Black Wristbands: Time Alone With God 
 

8:30-9:15

Black Wristbands: Second Breakfast Shift

(King James Dining Room)

Purple Wristbands:  Time Alone With God 
 

9:30

Session 2

(Childcare provided from 9:00am until 12:15pm) 
 

11:00

Workshops 
 

12:00

Lunch

(Castle Terrace) 

1:15-5:00

Free Time 
 

4:30-5:30

Black Wristbands: First Dinner Shift 
 

5:45-6:45

Purple Wristbands: Second Dinner Shift
 

7:00

Session 3

(Childcare provided from 7:00pm until 9:30pm)

 

8:35

Small Groups
Groups 1-10: Meet in Castle 303 
Groups 11-14: Meet in Castle 202 
Groups 15-20: Meet in the Castle First Floor Foyer/Lobby 
Groups 21-36: Meet on the Castle Terrace (outside) 
Campus ministers & non-student guests: Meet in the (Great Hall) 

 

9:30

Square Dance

(Optional - Great Hall)

Tuesday

7:00

Skiers depart Glen Eyrie

(Carriage House Parking Lot)
 

7:30-8:45

Continental Breakfast

(King James Dining Room) 
 

12:00

Lunch

(Castle Terrace) 

5:00-6:00

Black Wristbands: First Dinner Shift 
 

6:15-7:15

Purple Wristbands: Second Dinner Shift
 

7:30

Worship Night
(Optional - Great Hall) 

The area now known as Garden of the Gods was first called Red Rock Corral by the Europeans. Then, in August 1859, two surveyors who helped to set up Colorado City explored the site. One of the surveyors, M. S. Beach, suggested that it would be a "capital place for a beer garden". His companion, the young Rufus Cable, awestruck by the impressive rock formations, exclaimed, "Beer Garden! Why, it is a fit place for the Gods to assemble. We will call it the Garden of the Gods"

Tuesday
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Wednesday

7:30-8:15

Black Wristbands: First Breakfast Shift

Purple Wristbands: Time Alone With God 
 

8:30-9:15

Purple Wristbands: Second Breakfast Shift

Black Wristbands: Time Alone With God 
 

9:30

Session 4 with Paul Worcester
           (Childcare provided from 9:00am until 12:00pm)
 

11:00

Workshops
 

12:15

Lunch
 

1:15-5:00

Free Time 
 

2:00

Men’s Fellowship (Rec Fields) 

Women’s Fellowship (Great Hall) 
 

5:00-6:00

Black Wristbands: First Dinner Shift
 

6:15-7:15

Purple Wristbands: Second Dinner Shift
 

7:30-8:45

Session 5

 (Childcare provided from 7:00pm until 9:30pm) 

 

9:00

Stages with Sages

Wednesday
Thursday

Thursday

7:30-8:15

Purple Wristbands: First Breakfast Shift
           Black Wristbands: Time Alone With God 

 

8:30-9:15

Black Wristbands: Second Breakfast Shift 
           
Purple Wristbands: Time Alone With God 
 

9:30-10:30

Session 6
(Childcare provided from 9:00am until 12:00pm)

 

10:35

Group Picture

(Castle Terrace) 
 

11:00

Workshops 
 

12:00

Lunch with Small Groups

(Castle Terrace)

 

2:00-3:00

Ultimate Cow Tongue Frisbee

Ultimate Frisbee played with a real cow tongue. Experience something only a few true Oklahomans have mastered.

(Rec Fields)
 

5:00-6:00

Purple Wristbands: First Dinner Shift

6:15-7:15

Black Wristbands: Second Dinner Shift
 

7:30

Session 7

(Childcare provided from 7:00pm until 9:00pm)
 

9:00

Glen Live

(Great Hall)

A variety show with some talent and lots of fun

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Paul Worcester is the National Collegiate Director at the North American Mission Board where he focuses on encouraging, inspiring, and equipping collegiate leaders and students across North America.

 

Paul is the founding director of Campus Multiplication Network, an international and interdenominational coaching network for collegiate leaders with over 300 leaders from 15 different countries.

 

Paul is the author of Tips for Starting a College Ministry and the co-author, with Steve Shadrach, of The Fuel and The Flame: Igniting Your Life and Your Campus For Jesus Christ.

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Glen Eyrie is an English Tudor-style castle built in 1871 by General William Jackson Palmer, the founder of Colorado Springs. This house was his and his wife's dream home, and is near Colorado Springs in the northwest foothills just north of the Garden of the Gods rock formations (now a city park). 

Friday

7:00-7:45

Black Wristbands: First Breakfast Shift
Purple Wristbands: Time Alone With God 

 

8:00-8:45

Purple Wristbands: Second Breakfast Shift 
Black Wristbands: Time Alone With God

 

9:00

Load up Transportation
(Place luggage outside of your cabin for pickup)

10:00 

Depart

 

10:01

Look forward to next year

Friday
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Workshops

Workshops
Monay Workshops
Wednesday Block One

Monday

“Back to Your Future”: Take a Sneak Peek at Your Future Life after College

(Oaks Lodge)
Ken Morrison

Businessman

Who wouldn't want a glimpse into life in the future? Marriage, ministry, career, potential success or failure? Travel 40 years back in time to Glen Eyrie to learn the mistakes, wisdom & principles that will end up becoming your future life. The decisions you make over the next few years will likely determine the trajectory for the rest of your life. Lastly, learn the ONE overriding spiritual principle that will guarantee a lifetime of meaning and success.

Decision Making, Divine Guidance, and the Will of God

(Big Horn Lower)

Zach Meese

Mobilizer

Have you ever asked God, "What do you want me to do with my life? Who should I marry? What career should I pursue?" Can you miss the will of God? While God does not always provide specific answers, he does give clear principles from Scripture. Come and gain some clarity.

The Great Commission Isn't What You Think It Is!

(Castle 303)
Steve

 Retired Missionary

Insights for you to live a missional life. Taking Christ where missionaries are not allowed; a fresh perspective on how to live out your Christian witness, not just as "missionaries." God stories from 30 years overseas, engaging the least reached in the most restricted countries in the world. You've never heard this before; after you do, you'll want to tell everyone you know.

How Anxiety Corrupts Our Choices and What to Do About It

(Great Hall)

Jim Anderson

Businessman

Killing the vampires that derail wise decisions. The apostle Paul shows the way.

The Holy Spirit and Discipleship

(Carriage House Dining)

Brett Yohn

Retired Campus Minister

What is the Holy Spirit's role in my personal discipleship and in discipling another person? We will look at verses that give insight into the indispensable work of the Spirit in our lives. If you are curious or confused about the Spirit, then this workshop is for you.

Vision for Future Family: Spiritual Family & Physical Family

(Cedar Ridge Upper)

Bobby Pruett

Retired Campus Minister

Your future family will be more important than your career by a long shot. It will be the most important way you will impact eternity. Let me help you put it on your radar. Come men and come women to this timely session.

Wednesday

Evangelism: Come and Make a Difference

(Oak's Lodge)
Linda Lee

OU Staff - Retired IMB

As it says in Acts 1:8, God has a mission for each of us. Come and learn about God's purpose for our world. Let’s discuss some steps we can take now to make a difference both near and far.

Forgiveness

(Big Horn Lower)

Jaime Kliewer

OU Staff - Former IMB

Discussion and Bible study looking at what forgiveness is, what the Bible says about forgiveness and what it looks like in our lives and in our hearts.

Investing in Eternal Things: Developing a Habit of Scripture Memory

(Castle 303)

Amy Hay

OU Staff

This workshop will focus on the importance of personal spiritual disciplines in your life and practical application of scripture memory.

Reliability of the Bible

(Carriage House Dining)
Dan Hay

OU Staff

We will discuss the ample evidence that the Bible can be trusted and we can stand firm on truth.

You're Not as Teachable as You Think You Are

(Great Hall)

Kyle Thomas

UCO Staff

Teachability is the only shortcut in life.

Thursday

Advice on Successfully Graduating from the Pond into the Lake

(Castle 303)

James Lee

Chaplin - OU Staff

Ministry after university, some suggestions and advice to think about and consider concerning your life, beliefs and interaction as they relate to your relationships. Insights to provide a smooth transition from college ministry into the next longer phase of ministry, being part of the workforce.

The Great Commission Isn't What You Think It Is!

(Oaks Lodge)

Steve

Retired Missionary

Insights for you to live a Missional Life. Taking Christ where missionaries are not allowed; a fresh perspective on how to live out your Christian witness, not just as "missionaries." God stories from 30 years overseas, engaging the least reached in the most restricted countries in the world. You've never heard this before; after you do, you'll want to tell everyone you know.

The Three Trees

(Big Horn Lower)

Jaime Kliewer

OU Staff - Former IMB

A Biblical counseling tool based off of Jeremiah 17 that can help you with questions to reflect on your heart and behaviors in your life.

Walking with Jesus Today

(Great Hall)

John Strappazon

Campus Ministry Leader

Eight essentials for gaining and maintaining traction in your walk with Jesus.

What Does It Mean to Be Transparent?

(Carriage House Dining)

Jim Talley

Businessman

We'll explore how transparency is essential to disciple-making. The Bible is transparent about its real-life men and women, it reveals their strengths as well as their weaknesses. Furthermore, the Bible isn't just transparent with these individuals, it teaches us that transparency thrives on openness, honesty, and authenticity. Come explore with us what the Bible says about being transparent.

Wednesdy Block Two
Thursday Wokshops
Timothy Challenge
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Time Alone With God (Readings)

Day One

Level One

Matthew

1:1-2:12

Psalms

1:1-6

Proverbs

1:1-6

Level Two 

Also read Genesis

1:1-2:25

Day Two

Level One

Matthew

2:13-3:6

Psalms

2:1-12

Proverbs

1:7-9

Level Two 

Also read Genesis

3:1-4:26

Day Three

Level One

Matthew

3:7-4:11

Psalms

3:1-8

Proverbs

1:10-19

Level Two 

Also read Genesis

5:1-7:24

Day Four

Level One

Matthew

4:12-25

Psalms

4:1-8

Proverbs

1:20-23

Level Two 

Also read Genesis

8:1-10:32

Day Five

Level One

Matthew

5:1-26

Psalms

5:1-12

Proverbs

1:10-19

Level Two 

Also read Genesis

11:1-13:4

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Time Alone With God (7-Minute Structure)

1/2 Minute 

preparing your heart

”Jesus answered, “It is written: ‘Man shall not live on bread alone, but on every word that comes from the mouth of God.’”“ ‭‭Matthew‬ ‭4‬:‭4‬ ‭NIV‬‬

 

I encourage you this week to spend time each day in God’s word for your spiritual nourishment. Focus on consistency over quantity and ask God what He would want to show you in His word!

 

You might pray, 
“Lord, cleanse my heart so You can speak to me through the Scriptures. Make my mind alert, my soul active, and my heart responsive. Surround me with Your presence during this time.” 

Review Psalm 139:23-34 - Search me, O God, and know my heart! Try me and know my thoughts! And see if there be any grievous way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting!

​3 Minutes 

read the Bible and listen to God

2 Minutes 

engage with scripture


What does this passage say about God?

What does it say about people?

Is there a command to obey or example to follow?

1  1/2 Minutes 

speak to God in prayer

 Praying through the ACTS is a easy guide.
 

Adoration

This is the purest kind of prayer because it’s all for God. Tell the Lord that you love Him. Reflect on His greatness.

 

Confession

Confession is a formal statement admitting/agreeing that one is guilty. When we apply this to prayer, it means we agree with God’s estimation of what we’ve done.

 

Thanksgiving

Think of several specific things to thank Him for: your family, your business, your church— even thank Him for hardships. 


Supplication

This means to “ask for, earnestly and humbly.” Pray for others, and for yourself. Include people around the world, missionaries, friends, and those who have yet to hear about Jesus. 

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