2017 CLF Regional Meetings Overview



CLF Regional Meeting fuels the passion that drives effective evangelism: action-driven collaboration, sound ministerial practices, and the development of a strong heart that is focused on spreading the gospel throughout the world.

At CLF Regional Meeting, you’ll be provided inspiration, education, and the networks you need to transform your ministry. This CLF Regional Meeting will host hundreds of Christian leaders from all corners of the globe.

Through inspiring lectures, insightful group sessions, thematic lectures, and world-class music, you will discover solutions to various issues you may be facing in your ministry and personal life. We welcome you to CLF Regional Meetings.

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2017 CLF Regional Meetings Schedule


Venue: NJPAC Hall
Address: 1 Center St. Newark, NJ 07102
Time: 4 pm
Contact: (917) 517-2933
Light dinner is served.

Venue: Sun National Bank Center
Address: 81 Hamilton Ave, Trenton, NJ 08611
Time: 4 pm

Venue: EagleBank Arena
Address: 4500 Patriot Cir, Fairfax, VA 22030
Time: 4 pm
Contact: (202) 468-1631

Venue: Hamilton Place Theatre
Address: 1 Summers Ln, Hamilton, ON L8P 4Y2, Canada
Time: 4 pm

Venue: Masonic Temple Theater
Room: Fountain Ballroom
Address: 500 Temple St, Detroit, MI 48201
Time: 4 pm
Contact: (617) 943-9739
Light dinner is served.

Venue: Red Room at Allen County War Memorial Coliseum
Address: 4000 Parnell Ave, Fort Wayne, IN 46805
Time: 4 pm
Contact: (260) 797-3412
Light dinner is served.

Venue: Murat Theatre
Room: Deluxe Hall
Address: 502 N New Jersey St, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Time: 4 pm
Contact: (317) 869-2274

Venue: Rosemont Theatre
Address: 5400 N River Rd, Rosemont, IL 60018
Time: 4 pm

Venue: Kansas City Music Hall, 4th Floor
Address: 301 W 13th St, Kansas City, MO 64105
Time: 4 pm
Contact: (816) 437-5440
Light dinner is served.

Venue: Ellie Caulkins Opera House
Room: The Chambers Grant Salon
Address: 1385 Curtis Street, Denver, CO 80204
Time: 4 pm
Contact: (720) 308-3442
Light dinner is served.

Venue: Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Room: Queen Elizabeth Theatre Salon
Address: 630 Hamilton St, Vancouver, BC V6B 5N6, Canada
Time: 4 pm
Contact: (778) 251-8479 / vancouver@iyfusa.org
Light dinner is served.

Venue: Kent Commons
Address: 525 4th Ave N, Kent, WA 98032
Time: 4 pm
Contact: (253) 219-2977
Light dinner is served.

Venue: Sullivan Arena, 2nd Floor
Address: 1600 Gambell St, Anchorage, AK 99501
Time: 4 pm
Contact: (808) 679-2888
Light dinner is served.

Venue: Center for the Performing Art
Address: 255 S Almaden Blvd, San Jose, CA 95113
Time: 4 pm
Contact: (408) 784-0163
Light dinner is served.

Venue: Long Beach Terrace Theater
Room: Seaside Ballroom
Address: 300 E Ocean Blvd, Long Beach, CA 90802
Time: 5 pm
Contact: (213) 274-3464 / (213) 760-8348
Light snack is served from 4 to 4:30 pm.

Venue: Orleans Arena
Room: Gold Room A
Address: 4500 W Tropicana Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89103
Time: 4 pm
Contact: (702) 956-4417

Venue: Tingley Coliseum
Address: 300 San Pedro Dr NE, Albuquerque, NM 87108
Time: 4 pm
Contact: (505) 300-9807

Venue: Abraham Chavez Theatre
Address: 1 Civic Center Plaza, El Paso, TX 79901
Time: 4 pm

Venue: Lila Cockrell Theatre
Room: #004 (Lower level of LCT)
Address: 200 E Market St, San Antonio, TX 78205
Time: 4 pm

Venue: University of Houston at Sugar land
Address: 14000 University Blvd, Sugar Land, TX 77479
Room: Brazos Hall Multipurpose Room 103A
Time: 4 pm
Contact: (405) 535-9553

Venue: New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center
Address: 1350 Port of New Orleans Pl, New Orleans, LA 70130
Time: 4 pm
Contact: (504) 451-2173
Light dinner is served.

Venue: Streets Ministries – Downtown
Address: 430 Vance Ave
Memphis, TN 38126
Time: 4 pm
Contact: memphis@clfusa.org
English – (901) 878-9090
Español – (901) 646-0055

Venue: All Saints Episcopal Church
Address: 634 W Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30308
Time: 4 pm

Venue: Bob Carr Theater
Address: 401 W Livingston St, Orlando, FL 32801
Time: 4 pm

Venue: Watsco Center
Room: Fieldhouse
Address: 1245 Dauer Dr, Coral Gables, FL 33146
Time: 4 pm

2017 CLF Regional Meetings Program

Part I


You have a passion for reaching the world with the Gospel.
We have a passion for working together with you.


CLF Dinner

Reception


Enjoy light fare while reconnecting with your pastoral colleagues, as well as CLF leadership and staff


CLF Dallas Lectures

Presentation


In-depth explanation of CLF objectives and programs, as well as the goals for Mind Education in the United States


CLF Dallas Lectures

Special Message


Good News Mission Founder Pastor Ock Soo Park and global CLF directors deliver sermons that dive deep into the Word of God, and how to minister effectively


Part II


Featured Christmas Cantata


Experience original music and theater productions at 2017 CLF Regional Meeting,
hand-crafted and performed by renowned Gracias Choir,
First and Grand Prize winners of the most prestigious choral competitions in the world


Act 1: The Opera

They’re infinite stories retelling the Nativity, but Act 1 of Gracias Christmas Cantata delivers something unique. A stunning opera that goes deep into the heart of God and His priceless Gift to mankind.
Not only does Act 1 celebrates the birth of Jesus, it captures the joy and hope His mere presence brings to our lives.

Act 2: The Musical

This year, Cantata presents the heart-warming story of Anna the Matchstick Girl, a re-imagination of the classic tale.
While both different in plot and character, there are two things that bind them together. The depiction of the love of family and what we should hold as truly important. As well as the cherished Christmas carols and original music we use to tell our stories.
With cherished hymns and carols, as well as beautiful set pieces and choreography, Anna the Matchstick Girls reminds us how precious the love of family is and what we should consider truly important in life.

Act 3: The Choir & Orchestra

Act 3 showcases the power of perfect harmony. On top of stunning renditions of three choruses in G.F. Handel’s Oratorio “Messiah”, Act 3 expresses Handel’s vision for his masterpiece and what he must have imagined heaven would sound like.
The last chorus, “Hallelujah”, represents the reason Gracias Christmas Cantata exists – to praise the Lord for what He has done for us.

CLF Connects You


Joining CLF gives you full access to signature events and initiatives organized by our partners,
including International Youth Fellowship (IYF) and Good News Mission.



Gracias Christmas Cantata


IYF World Camp


Global IYF Programs


Bible Crusade

The CLF Experience


Pastor Miguel Montoya

Atlanta Winut Church

“I was able to learn about Good News Mission through the IYF World Camp in New York. At the time, Pastor Ock Soo Park preached about salvation and it was really new for me. That was because, throughout my nine years of ministry, I had understood salvation with my own thoughts. Afterwards, hearing about the heart of God from Pastor Park made me realize that I am righteous. That I have become eternally, forever holy! After I returned to Atlanta, I read a book he wrote called “Repentance and Faith.” Through it I was able to gain complete assurance of salvation.This symposium allowed me to hear the word of Pastor Ock Soo Park and have personal fellowship with him. For me, it was such an amazing and graceful time. One thing that I am certain about is the work that is happening inside of me. I will preach this Word of salvation at my church. I hope that this clear salvation can be delivered to everyone. I am so thankful and happy.”

Sociominister Angela Banks Harris

Greater Reform Church

“What’s attracting about CLF was the fact that it deals with a lot of youth. As a teacher of over 38 years and 27 years in the New York City Public School system I know that it’s so important in the world that we live in today with all the evil that exists that our young people know that God is who He says He is, Jesus Christ is our Lord and Savior.
CLF has helped me see through a thin line of perception. Pastor Park was reiterating scriptures that I’ve read many many, many times – God showed me a new way of looking at so many of them that I did
not have the sight to see before. In 2 Kings chapter 5, Pastor Park talked about the woman with the oil. I realized when you are in a situation where you can’t nd your way out, you learn to depend on God. The woman in this passage was married to a man who believed in God but she didn’t particularly believe in God herself. She followed her own thoughts and it led her to a very bad situation where her sons were going to be sold. So she went to the man of God the prophet and asked him, ‘You know well what can I do I have nothing. They’re going to take my sons I have nothing left.’ And that’s when he told her to gather the vessels and to pour the oil into every vessel that she received and then to take that money pay her debt and live her life in the fear and love of God.”