News & Reports
More than 360 individuals gathered at the Green Lake Conference Center in Wisconsin from September 5–9 for this year’s fourth Family Conference.
Were you unable to make it to a Family Conference this year? Would you like to grow in your trust in the Lord? Tune in to the livestream of select Green Lake Family Conference sessions available on Embassy Media!
On August 25, 2017, Hurricane Harvey made landfall along the Texas coast as a category 4 storm. Over the following days, Harvey dropped more than 21 trillion gallons of water—an amount equivalent to the water that flows over Niagara Falls in 321 days. Many places around Houston received as much rain in five days as they typically get in one year.
Quest has been described as the “perfect blend of summer camp and boot camp—lots of fun, but plenty of challenges along the way! (Response alarms, mud runs, night hikes—you get the idea.)” For four weeks this summer (from July 15 to August 11), 58 young men and 26 leaders participated in this intensive month-long program.
A Journey to the Heart is planned for September 23–October 1 in Big Sandy, Texas. We are excited to see what the Lord has in store for this upcoming Journey. Guys ages 13-30 are welcome to attend the Journey and will be staying in a house that is nestled on the 2,000+ acres of the extensive ALERT/IBLP campus.
The ATI Family Weekly is the new series being introduced on Embassy Media! We began producing the series two years ago, releasing a new video weekly. There are now over 100 messages to choose from, ranging from 15–30 minutes long and covering a wide variety of topics
Can you believe it’s been 10 years since the first Journey to the Heart? We thought this obviously called for a celebration of all that God has done through the years.
After packing 7,500 pounds of equipment and luggage, a truck and trailer began the 1,846-mile trip from Big Sandy, Texas, to the West Coast for the annual Sacramento Family Conference, July 4–7.
Eighteen young men, ages ranging from 13–23, gathered with 5 leaders in Oak Brook, IL, and then the team traveled up to the Northwoods of Michigan for special time set aside for spiritual deepening in their lives.
Skills Training for Emergency Preparedness, or STEP, is a program designed to help enrich young women in spiritual and personal disciplines, physical fitness, and emergency skills that will prepare them to fulfill the calling God has for their lives.