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Hebrews 1:1-3

Long ago, at many times and in many ways, God spoke to our fathers by the prophets, but in these last days he has spoken to us by his Son, whom he appointed the heir of all things, through whom also he created the world. He is the radiance of the glory of God and the exact imprint of his nature, and he upholds the universe by the word of his power. After making purification for sins, he sat down at the right hand of the Majesty on high.

Register For SALT!

General Information

Time: July 16-20, 2017 (Sunday-Thursday)

Place: Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL.

Transportation: If traveling by air, you will be responsible for your own transportation to and from the airport.

Housing: Registrants will be housed on campus.

For Questions contact:
salt@hmongdistrict.org
303.252.1793

Early Registration:
$330 (Deadline - March 31st, 2017)

Early Registration Payment Plan Option:
$165 - first 1/2 Due upon submitting registration (Deadline - March 31st, 2017)
$165 - final 1/2 (Deadline - April 30th, 2017)

Regular Registration:
$350 (Deadline - May 31st, 2017)

Walk-in:
$400

Main Speakers

SAM HEU
Denver, CO

Jason Meyer
Minneapolis, MN

Jared Wilson
Kansas City, MO

Teng Xiong
St. Paul, MN

McYOUNG Yang
Indianapolis, IN

Schedule

Sunday, July 16th

9am - 2pm Registration
2pm - 3:30pm Service 1 - Teng Xiong
3:30pm - 5pm Small Group 1
5pm - 6:45pm Dinner
7pm - 8:30pm Session 2 - McYoung Yang
9pm - Midnight Late-night Options

Monday, July 17th

9am - 10:15am Session 3 - Jared Wilson
10:30am - 11:45am Workshop 1
NOON Lunch
1:30pm - 3:00pm Small Groups 2
3pm - 5pm Recreational Free-time
5pm - 6:30pm Dinner
7pm - 9pm Session 4 - Jared Wilson
9pm - Midnight Free-time or Panel 1

Tuesday, July 18th

9am - 10:15am Session 5 - Jason Meyer
10:30am - 11:45am Workshop 2
NOON Lunch
1:30pm - 3:00pm Small Groups 3
3pm - 5pm Recreational Free-time
5pm - 6:30pm Dinner
7pm - 9pm Session 6 - Jason Meyer
9pm - Midnight Free-time or Panel 2

Wednesday, July 19th

9am - 10:15am Workshop 3
10:30am - Noon Missional in the Vocational
NOON Lunch with Small Group
2pm - 3:30pm Session 6
3pm - 5pm Recreational Free-time
5pm - 6:30pm Dinner
7pm - 8:30pm Session 7 - Sam Heu
9pm - Midnight Free-time

Thursday, July 20th

No activities, depart campus by 11am

FAQ

General //

Why Wheaton College?

Wheaton College meets the demands of the Alliance Youth of the Hmong District. It provides sufficient space in a Christian environment to host a conference of our size.

Is there an ATM on campus?

There is one located in the lower level of the Todd M. Beamer Student Center.

Lost your room key?

$25 - Lost key card // $15 - Lost key

What is the Dress code?

Dress appropriately - casual to business casual

Workshops //

Attendees will get to choose and go to a workshop of their own choosing pending room capacity.

Transportation:

Where can I park?

TBA

Do I need a parking permit?

One will be assigned at registration.

Will SALT provide a shuttle to and from the airport to the conference?

NO, SALT will NOT be providing ANY transportation to and from the conference.

What if you arrive a few days early to the conference or will be leaving a few days after the conclusion of SALT?

Individuals will be responsible for finding their own room and board, along with transportation.

Transportation Resources //

Van/Shuttle

First Student Charter Bus Rental
The Free Enterprise System, Inc.
American Charter Coach, Inc.

Wheaton College

Wheaton College is a tobacco free, drug-free and alcohol free campus. Anyone who is in violation of these terms will be subjected to Wheaton College policy.

Is there WIFI on campus?

WIFI name is WC-Guest. There is no password, but you will be prompted to provide some personal information before receiving WIFI access.

Will I be allowed to use the campus computer labs?

Yes. Just trade in your key card at the lobby help desk.

Is there food or beverages allowed on campus?

Yes. Outside food and beverages will be allowed at the the quad, picnic areas, dorms, and student lounges except in or near the Todd M. Beamer Student Center. NO EXCEPTIONS Attendees may not bring cooking appliances into dormitories.

Will I be allowed to use the kitchen?

Fridge and microwaves are open to be used, but the stove is off limits.

What happens if I do not have a web enabled device to see announcements?

There will be several monitors located in the chapel, during announcements, and at the Todd M. Beamer Student Center. You can also use the campus computers.

General Resources //

Emergency
Please report all incidents to the first floor staff office in Todd M. Beamer Student Center.

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