Black Campus Ministries Atlanta 2005 Conference Audio

The conference theme was: Identity Theft: Expose, Reclaim, Prevail

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  • Opening plenary address by Harvey Cozart Harvey Cozart is an InterVarsity campus staff member in Richmond, Kentucky. In his talk, “Why We Are Here,” he explores our identity in God as a part of a community, and understanding and living out the Gospel of Jesus Christ as it reshapes our identity 48:17
  • Wednesday morning plenary address by Rev. Dr. Cheryl Sanders The Reverend Dr. Cheryl J. Sanders is Senior Pastor of the Third Street Church of God in Washington, D.C. and Professor of Christian Ethics at the Howard University School of Divinity. Her talk is “Who is the I Am?” and her focus is on the characteristics of God that help us embrace our true identity. 40:42
  • Friday morning plenary address by Rev. Byron Williams The Reverend Byron Williams is a syndicated columnist and Pastor of the Resurrection Community Church in Oakland, California. His theme is “We Are,” which focuses on how we are empowered for the work of transformation. 29:11
  • Friday evening plenary address by Dr. Dolphus Weary Dr. Dolphus Weary is President of Mission Mississippi in Mendenhall, Mississippi, and an InterVarsity Trustee. His talk, “Extreme Makeover: Kingdom Edition,” focuses on how changes are made in our lives that reflect the values of God’s Kingdom. 62:00