10 baptized at Faulkner University’s Inspire
Faulkner describes the conference, offered for the third year, as a life-changing spiritual experience to aid teens in their spiritual growth and walk with Christ.
Designed for seventh- through 12th-graders and held on the Christian university campus, Inspire features small-group devotionals, worship times and Christian fellowship, leaders said.
Inspire evolved from Faulkner’s long-running work camp, Focus, which served youths in the Montgomery community. In association with the Sycamore Church of Christ in Cookeville, Tenn., the work camp expanded and grew to include a greater number of teens from surrounding states.
Inspire participants spent time helping out with the Montgomery Inner City
Church of Christ, while also enjoying free time and entertainment.
“It was a wonderful time for everyone involved,” said Joey Wiginton, Faulkner’s vice president for student services. “The kids and adults left Faulkner recharged.”