abide conference

October 24th & 25th

learning to abide

Now more than ever before we need the presence of God in our lives! He fills us, comforts us, sustains us, guides us, empowers us, and more. Jesus gives us the key to receiving all of this. He says to ‘ABIDE’ in Him. Abiding is more than a casual conversation or request. It means to remain, or stay, with Him. This conference will lead you into a deeper, more satisfying relationship with Jesus as we learn how to have a lifestyle of abiding!


Conference Schedule:


Saturday, October 24th

10:00AM                         Session One

6:00PM                           Session Two


Sunday, October 25th

8:30 & 10:30AM             Session Three

6:00PM                            Session Four


*All sessions will be in-person & online

In-Person Conference registration

Due to COVID-19 Health & Safety Guidelines we will have limited seating available for each in-person session. If you are planning on joining us in-person for any of the sessions, we are asking that you please register. Registration closes at noon on Friday, October 23rd.


REGISTER HERE

rev. david kim, UVF president

Conference Speaker 

Rev. David J. Kim, M.Div., has a passion for discipleship, planting churches, and helping churches and organizations become healthy. He is a student of leadership and his drive for excellence and collaboration influences everyone around him. He is a 1997 University of Valley Forge (UVF) alumnus and holds a Master of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary in Princeton, New Jersey. He was ordained by the Assemblies of God in 2004. He has been a church planter and led several Christian schools in the U.S. and abroad. He felt a calling to Ecuador specifically for business as missions in order to reach children in farming communities. Kim and his family moved to Ecuador where he served as the CEO of Terrayork Cacao, a successful cacao exportation company.


After a life-altering accident in 2013, Kim and his family returned to the U.S. and he became a church consultant and staff pastor before becoming the  chair of the Department of Intercultural Studies at UVF in 2015. He was appointed President of UVF in April of 2017. 

Rev. Kim and his wife Rebekah have four children – Lauren, Taylor, Nichole, and Elijah.


Watch the replay of President Kim & Pastor Kurt on Central LIVE