That student who bugs you about recycling and asks why your church doesn’t seem to care more about God’s creation…

That student who quotes scripture to you about welcoming aliens and is more informed about immigration reform that most adults in your church…

That student who was completely and permanently re calibrated by your last mission trip, and now possesses an unstoppable passion for people in need…

These are the teenagers for whom we created the Student Justice Conference. These and a few of their peers—those select few teenagers you look at and think, “She could change the world, “ or “God is going to use that guy in major ways.”

SJC is being intentionally and carefully planned to gather and activate teenagers who are passionate about issues of justice and global needs.

SJC is a collaborative event, organized by an unprecedented collective of organizations, each bringing their own expertise, knowledge and resources to the table: The Youth Cartel, Point Loma Nazarene University, World Vision, International Justice Mission, World Relief, and Plant With Purpose.

SJC is intended to be exclusive—for the inaugural 2015 SJC we’re limiting attendance to a maximum of 375 students and leaders.

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