Houston's Annual Fundraising Banquet
Join us to celebrate how God is using our ministry to change the world. While this year presented significant challenges due to Hurricane Harvey, like so many Houstonians we have turned to God for strength. Come witness how HIS UNFAILING LOVE carried us during this difficult season.
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Our vision is to see
Students & faculty transformed
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26 April 2018
900 Brogden Rd
Houston, TX 77024
We are not able to provide childcare this year, we apologize for the inconvenience
in gifts & donations
Keynote Speaker: Jason Thomas
InterVarsity's Executive Vice President of Field Ministries
Jason Thomas is InterVarsity’s Executive Vice President of Field Ministry. Jason oversees all of our ministry on 687 campuses involving over 40,000 core students and faculty. He also oversees Urbana, InterVarsity’s triennial student missions conference happening again this December.
As part of the Executive Leadership team, Jason played an instrumental role in crafting our 2030 Calling: “Longing for revival, we will catalyze movements that call every corner of every campus to follow Jesus.” This is a bold plan to collaborate with other ministries to ensure a gospel witness on every campus in the United States by 2030.
Jason is a powerful innovator, creative visionary and clear strategic thinker. He graduated with a degree in accounting and worked as a CPA with Ernst & Young for five years after college. In 2015, Jason graduated from Fuller Theological seminary with a Masters in Global Leadership.
Jason and Andrea have been married for 23 years. Andrea is InterVarsity's Director of Marketing and a breast cancer survivor. They moved from Michigan, to Austin, Texas, in 2005. Jason loves to play basketball, read leadership books, and watch their three children perform in choir concerts and sporting events.
If you can't make it to the banquet this year,
but would like to give towards our budget needs:
Connect with a local staff about
volunteering, prayer, and/or financial partnership:
Gulf Coast Area Director: Jonathan Tran firstname.lastname@example.org