Louie Giglio Passion Tour Returning to Texas

Louie Giglio Passion Tour 2011

Louie Giglio Passion Tour 2011

The Louie Giglio Passion Tour team has finally announced that in 2011 attendees can join in on the experience in either Fort Worth, TX, April 1-3, 2011, or Atlanta, GA, January 1-4, 2010.

This Christian conference is a rare chance for tens of thousands of University aged people to gather across the US and around the world to celebrate their common faith and purpose of living through the glory of God.

The Passion 2011 Atlanta will look a lot like last year: four days, six main sessions, dual venues, Community/Family Groups, an interactive Do Something Now area, and breakouts. However, the space is limited compared to 2010 meaning space is going to be limited! Due to the show’s continuing growth in popularity you will need to purchase your tickets far in advance.

Passion 2011 Fort Worth will be a three-day gathering with five main sessions, one venue, Community/Family Groups, a more streamlined Do Something Now approach and no breakouts. The Fort Worth, TX, location holds even significantly less attendees than that of Atlanta.

“We are excited to be back in Fort Worth (the site of Passion ‘99) and hope this additional location will make it possible for a lot more students to join the Passion wave in 2011,” said a writer for the 268 Passion Blog.

Registration is now open for both Atlanta and Fort Worth. The current price for Atlanta is $139 through May 1, and over 2,700 people have already registered. Registration for Fort Worth has an opening price of $99 through April 30 and $179 at the door. Registration fees include lunch, conference materials and attendance fees. Visit www.268generation.com/passion2011/ to register and get the latest info!

If volunteering for the Passion 2011 Tour might be of interest to you, the they need an army of volunteers from ages 26 and up to serve for the entire 3 or 4 day conference. They have volunteer opportunities for everything from pre-conference set-up to hosting, registering, prayer, tear down and more. For more information on volunteering or to register go to http://268generation.com/passion2011/contact/.

About Louie Giglio

Louie Giglio, author of books such as The Air I Breathe: Worship as a Way of Life and I Am Not but I Know I Am: Welcome To The Story Of God, DVDs on Louie’s famous talks titled How Great Is Our God, Indescribable, and Heart of Passion and Louis Giglio’s CD Passion: Awakening is well-known for his passion to inspire generations to live for the glory of God.

Originally from the Atlanta area, Louie Giglio, always had a calling to minister to people and change the lives of others. After attending Georgia State University, Louie subsequently attended Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas, earning a master of divinity degree in 1985.

After completing his degree, Louie Giglio moved to Waco, Texas, where he founded an independent student ministry that featured a weekly Bible study called “Choice Ministries” that grew dramatically and helped to transform many students lives at Baylor University.

In the spring of 1995, Louie Giglio, moved back to the Atlanta area with his wife Shelley, to care for his father who was suffering with a severe brain infection. Shortly after, Louie’s father died and Louie stayed in Atlanta to form a weekly Bible study for young adults called 7:22. Today, nearly three thousand young adults gather weekly to worship God.

In May 2000, Louie Giglio hosted his first Passion conference, held outside Memphis, TN and has since held other highly successful Passion conferences in other cities across America. Louie Giglio has taken his world tour to close to 1 million university students at their local campuses at leading universities across the nation. Here he has taken many non-believers and believers and changed their relationship with God for the better in every way possible.

As a part of the Passion Network, Louie Giglio also heads sixstepsrecords, a label partner with EMI CMG, and home to David Crowder Band, Chris Tomlin and Matt Redman.

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