Passion brought together more than 32, students from universities and 35 countries to three arenas in Atlanta and for the first time Washington D. Passion believes worship and justice go hand in hand. The gathering of year-olds continued to fight modern day slavery through The END IT Movement, assisting in awareness, prevention, rescue and restoration.
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More than 32, young adults from across the globe will fill arenas in Atlanta and Washington, D. Passion will be live and live-streamed simultaneously in the three locations to students from more than universities and 35 countries. Each venue will have live worship music in every session—with all bands traveling between locations—and attendees will experience teaching from two speakers live while seeing the others via live-stream. Passion believes that worship and justice go hand in hand, so students will arrive to serve as well as worship. While ending modern-day slavery is still a focus of Passion , students will also have other opportunities to impact the lives of others locally and around the world. In addition, Passion attendees will arrive at each location with thousands of backpacks of supplies for children in Houston who lost everything during the flooding of Hurricane Harvey.
Over 32,000 Students Unite in Worship at Passion Conference
Did you know that Passion is headed to Washington D. Each location will have live speakers and worship and will remain true to the heart of a Passion gathering. Jump to. Sections of this page. Accessibility Help.
If you had wandered into Passion , you may have thought you were coming into a concert. There were tons of college age students clapping and singing and raising their hands but, if you stayed long enough, you would have noticed that the songs were about God. You would also have heard prayers, Bible readings and encouraging speakers.