Summer of Service Midwest (SOS) : July 25 – 30, 2014
Summer of Service is a powerful 5-day youth conference that focuses on equipping and empowering students to impact their community for Jesus.
7-12th grade students SOS is unlike any conference you have experienced before. During this action packed week, students will be a part of community outreach projects, dynamic worship, and relevant inspiring messages, all while having loads of fun and meeting new friends.
$100 cost includes food, t-shirt, lodging, a day at a local water park or other thrill seeking adventures, and a live concert featuring hip-hop artists Playdough, Heath McNease and Coffee Jones.
Online registration is now closed but you can register at the door on Friday.
SOS 2014 Speakers
Rob ‘Putty’ Putman: While pursuing a doctoral degree in theoretical physics, God thrust Putty headfirst into the supernatural. After a dramatic supernatural encounter in China, Putty began training people in power ministry and pursuing an intimate relationship with God.
Putty has a passion to seeing people activated in the supernatural and equipped to become world-changers. With experience in both teaching university-level physics and running a martial arts school, God has given him the ability to teach complex ideas and equip people with high-level skills.
Putty oversees the healing, prophetic, deliverance, and evangelism ministries at the Vineyard Church. His heartbeat is for people to encounter the living God powerfully and burn with
the flame of his presence.
Rob started the School of Kingdom Ministry in 2011 at Happy Leman’s request. After a successful first year, the school multiplied to three locations in 2012-2013 and to over 23 locations internationally for the 2013-2014 school year.
Ed Tandy McGlasson is a former NFL lineman where he played for the Giants, Jets, and the Rams. His call to ministry began in college after being healed from a career-ending knee injury that led to his conversion while playing for Youngstown State. Ed eventually entered the ministry in 1984 and started traveling, sharing his testimony and speaking at evangelistic crusades. In 1988 Ed planted the Stadium Vineyard in Anaheim Ca., and has been pastoring there since.
Ed has spoken at numerous conferences throughout the country and the world, including a number of rallies for Billy Graham crusades. His first book, The Difference a Father Makes along with his conference The Blessing of the Father, has kept Ed busy in churches, conferences, and corporate events.
Ed and his wife of 30 years, Jill, live in Orange, California with their five children, Edward, Jessica, Mary, Lukas, and Joshua.