Passion 2012, a conference hosted annually in locations worldwide by 268 Generation, is a gathering of hundreds of thousands of university-aged students worldwide to worship Jesus and raise awareness of human justice issues worldwide.
This January, 40,000+ students gathered at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta to raise over $3 million to combat human trafficking worldwide. Funds went to IJM, A21, and more, and the organization just released a 12-minute “glimpse” into the experience, from the music, to the worship, to the hearts of the students involved – Jesus instigating a tangible revolution occurring in this nation, one heart at a time.
The great news? That the revolution didn’t stop on January 4, 2012 – it continues daily, in the hearts of believers worldwide. What’s even better? The conference will happen again next year, January 1-4 2013 at the Georgia Dome, and tickets are on sale now!
“Yes, Lord, walking in the way of your truth, we wait eagerly for you, for your name and your renown are the desire of our hearts.”
-Isaiah 26:8, 268 Generation’s mission verse-
News coverage of the event:
NBC Atlanta: Passion 2012 unites 42,000 college students
CNN Freedom Blog: College kids vow to end slavery
One attendee’s personal experience at Passion: Passion 2012: The Aftermath