2017 Annual Conference will be held in Denver, Colorado

Kuv yog Kx. Xeev Ntxawg Xoom, thawj xwbfwb rua pawgntseeg First United Hmong Alliance Church nyob rua huv Denver.  Peb pawgntseeg thov caw mej txhua tug kws tuaj koom HKM lub rooj saablaaj nyob rua huv Denver xyoo 2017 lug saib peb, nrug peb pehawm Vaajtswv hab peb npaaj ib pluag su togtxais mej txhua tug kws sawvcev hab tuaj koom tshwjxeeb.  Ntseeg tas yuav ntsib mej txhua tug rua nub ntawd.

First United Hmong Alliance Church
7300 Zuni Street
Denver, CO 80221
(720) 800-5325 xwbfwb tug cell

Date:  Sunday ~ July 2, 2017
Service:  10am - 12 noon

Lunch:  12 noon

Address: 12287 Pennsylvania St, Thornton

Hmong District would like to welcome all delegates, corresponding delegates, and everyone who will be coming to Denver to attend this years annual Conference.  Hmong District will he hosting tours of our facility and Pho for everyone from 11AM to 4PM Sunday July 2nd.  Feel free to join us at this allotted time.

THEME: 'Disciple Making: Be One... Make One...'

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN 

REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS: May 31, 2017
LATE REGISTRATION WILL BEGIN: June 1 to July 7, 2017
REFUND REQUEST MUST BE MADE BY July 14, 2017

VENDOR APPLICATION (Click Here)

NOTE: Vendors, please send in application with your sample product.  Then register online and pay registration fee as a vendor.

Place: CROWNE PLAZA DENVER AIRPORT CONVENTION CENTER

Date: July 2nd - 7th, 2017


 10 ROOMS NOW AVAILABLE

(If you need to make a change on your reservations, the booking code is: HMG)

NEW: OVERFLOW HOTEL ROOM RESERVATION AT Country Inn & Suites (room rate: $99)

1. Website reservation (CLICK HERE)
2. Call (303) 375-1105, press option 0, mention 'Hmong District Group Block'
3. Call (800) 830-5222, mention 'Hmong District Group Block' at the Country Inn & Suites Denver Airport hotel

 

SCHEDULE

Pre-Conference: 

Marriage Conference begin in June 30 at 7:00PM

Saturday All days-End Sunday at 3:00 PM.

REGISTER NOW (Click Here)

SEE MORE (CLICK HERE)

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SEMINARS ON MONDAY: (Two repeating session, Morning 10AM & Afternoon 2PM)

 

NOTE: Please mark two (2) seminars you would like to attend in your registration, so we can provide enough material for everyone. All the seminars will repeat, except for Dr. Stanley John.


Seminar 1: Disciples-Making begin in the home by Dr. Lou Cha (N.Kx. Ntxoov Riam Tsab)


Dr. Lou Y. Cha (Nkx. Ntxoov Riam Tsab) is a pastor's kid, a pastor's wife, a mother of three children, and a passionate teacher, speaker, and minister to families.  She has served in church ministry with her husband, Rev. Chieng Cha (Kxh. Ntxoov Riam Tsab) in the Hmong District for the past twenty-five years.  From 2011-2016, Dr. Cha served as Pastor of Children and Families at Kenwood Baptist Church in Cincinnati, OH.  Currently she is teaching at John Brown University, a private Christian university in Siloam Springs, AR as professor of Christian Ministry and Formation.  Dr. Cha received her MDiv from Bethel Seminary, St. Paul, MN and her PhD in Family Ministry from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.




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Seminar 2: Disciple-Making One-on-One by Pastor Jacob Yang

Jacob is married to his lovely wife Kang. They have 6 children - Joy, Eden, Matthias, Julia, Anna, and Micah. At this time Jacob serves as the assistant for Youth Ministry in the Hmong District. Previously, he served for 15 years in church ministry at Hmong American Alliance Church (MN) in the areas of youth ministry and music. Jacob is also a full-time student as a doctoral candidate in Theology and Leadership at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (SBTS) in Louisville, KY. He is passionate about his family, theology and doctrine, making disciples, music, and his collection of Hot wheels Ferrari and GI Joe.

 

 

 









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Seminar 3: Becoming a Disciple-Maker by Tl. Ntsablug Xyooj

 

Mr. Jalu Xiong is an elder of the Sacramento Hmong Alliance Church and a three terms treasurer of the Hmong District.  He graduated from Sacramento State with a Masters Degree in Social Work.  He is currently working as a program manager for Sacramento County. He led disciple class among the older generation at his church. He will be teach a workshop on “Becoming a Disciple Maker.”





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Seminar 4:  Growing a Disciple-Making Culture among the younger generation by Xh. Tswv Daus Yaj

Pastor Tswv Dao is currently the senior pastor of his hometown church—Hmong Alliance Church of Leola, PA, where he has served for 13 years since graduating from Nyack College and Alliance Theological Seminary.  Pastor Dao has a love and commitment to Jesus Christ and His Word.  Dao’s conviction is that the church of today needs to recover a biblical understanding and striving to living out the Great Commission—the making of disciples.  He endeavors to lead his church family in that most critical mandate.  He has been happily married to his wife Jennie for 19 years and they have four beautiful children:  Laura, Eleanor, Luke and Marcus.  










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Seminar 5: Discipling Older Generation by NKx. Ntshab Ntxawg Xoom

True Soung (NKx. Ntshab Ntxawg Xoom) is the spouse of the Hmong District Superintendent.  They have been missionaries to Asia and pastor to local church.  Her passion is making disciples. She has been discipling disciples for the last twenty years. 







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Seminar 6: Hmong Religion and Making Disciples by Dr. Long Khang.

Long Khang (Swm-Looj Khaab) was born in Xieng Khouang Province, Laos; grew up during the peak of the Vietnam War and saw the fall of Laos to Communism... They arrived in Minnesota in July 1980.  He graduated from high school in 1984 and went on to college and graduated with a double major in Political Science & Sociology of Criminology and Deviance from the University of Minnesota in 1990.  He earned his Masters Degree in Public Administration from Hamline University in 1996.  In 2015 Dr. Long Khang also received a degree in Pastoral Ministry, Ph.D from Trinity Theological Seminary.












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Seminar 7: Understanding New Generation by Dr. Stanley John (Monday Both Sessions non-repeat).



Dr. Stanley John serves as the assistant professor of Intercultural Studies at the Alliance Theological Seminary (Nyack, N.Y.). Born and raised in Kuwait and from an Indian family, Stanley is passionate about forming leaders for mission in a context of world Christianity. He received a Ph.D. in Intercultural Studies from Asbury Theological Seminary. He will be leading the workshop on “Understand the Next Generation” on Monday both sessions and he will also preach on Tuesday Morning.











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Seminar #8: Discipling your children by Dr. Jerry Soung



 

 

 

 

 



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SEMINAR #9 Financial Treasurer Updates by May Her

Mission Statement: To provide the source for Christian to worship God, and to receive a variety of God's blessing through giving.  To see Hmong people fully trust in God's providence and trust each other the way Hmong District administer the gift.







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SEMINAR #10 Experience First Hand Mission Work! by Djoua X Xiong







Come and explore what first hand mission work is like with OTS. This workshop will lead you on a journey with us in the fields where OTS provides services. You will learn the life of the Hmong people living in the third world that you may one day end up helping, especially in short term mission events. The Short Term Mission Teams this year should not miss this seminar.  You will gain much knowledge after the session to help you on your mission trip.

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CONFERENCE PREACHERS:

Sunday Night: “Come and Follow Me" by Dr. Char-Yer Soung, DS


Dr. Rev. Jerry Yer Soung is currently serving as the Hmong District Superintendent. He graduated with a Bachelor from Cincinnati Bible College, and master of Art in Mission from Canadian Theological Seminary (Ambrose University).  Asia missionary and pastor, his passion is making disciples. He has been discipling for the last twenty years. 

Matthew 11:28-30 (NIV)

28 “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. 29 Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. 30 For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.” (NIV)

"Mej cov kws saab saab vim ris nraa nyaav, mej ca le lug cuag kuv, kuv yuav ca mej su.  Kuv yog tug kws muaj sab dlawb sab zoo, yog le ntawd, mej ca le lug kwv kuv tug quabtwg hab kawm tej kws kuv qha, mej txhaj yuav tau su.  Tug quabtwg kws kuv muab rua mej kwv yoojyim kwv, hab lub nraa kws kuv muab rua mej ris, lub ntawd tsi nyaav."

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Monday Morning: “Carry His Cross”  by Rev. Txawj Teeb Vaj


Luke 14:25-27 (NIV)

25 Large crowds were traveling with Jesus, and turning to them he said:26 “If anyone comes to me and does not hate father and mother, wife and children, brothers and sisters—yes, even their own life—such a person cannot be my disciple. 27 And whoever does not carry their cross and follow me cannot be my disciple.

Muaj tuabneeg coob coob nrug Yexus ua ke moog, Yexus tig lug has rua puab tas, "Yog leejtwg yuav lug cuag kuv, tug ntawd yuavtsum hlub kuv heev dlua le nwg hlub nwg nam nwg txiv, nwg quaspuj mivnyuas, nwg kwv nwg tij, nwg nkauj nwg muam, hab heev dlua le nwg hlub nwg lub cev, nwg txhaj le ua tau kuv tug thwjtim.  Tug kws tsi kwv nwg tug ntoo khaublig nrug kuv moog, tug ntawd ua tsi tau kuv tug thwjtim.

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Monday Evening: “Being Jesus' True Disciple” by Kx. Vaam Choj Lis

Matthew 16:23-25 (NIV)

23 Jesus turned and said to Peter, “Get behind me, Satan! You are a stumbling block to me; you do not have in mind the concerns of God, but merely human concerns.” 24 Then Jesus said to his disciples, “Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross and follow me. 25 For whoever wants to save their life will lose it, but whoever loses their life for me will find it.

Yexus tig hlo lug has rua Petus has tas, "Dlaab Ntxwgnyoog, koj ca le tsiv ntawm kuv moog!  Koj tsi xob taav kuv kev.  Tej kws koj xaav ko yog tuabneeg le xwb, tsi yog Vaajtswv le."  Yexus has rua cov thwjtim has tas, "Yog leejtwg xaav nrug kuv moog, tug ntawd yuavtsum tswj nwg lub sab, hab kwv nwg tug ntoo khaublig nrug kuv moog.  Rua qhov tug kws khauvxwm nwg txujsa, tug ntawd yuav tsi tau txujsa, tabsi tug kws tsi khauvxwm nwg txujsa, vim nwg ntseeg kuv, tug ntawd yuav tau txujsa.

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Tuesday Morning: "Reaching New Generation with the gospel" by Dr. Stanley John

 

Dr. Stanley John serves as the assistant professor of Intercultural Studies at the Alliance Theological Seminary (Nyack, N.Y.). Born and raised in Kuwait and from an Indian family, Stanley is passionate about forming leaders for mission in a context of world Christianity. He received a Ph.D. in Intercultural Studies from Asbury Theological Seminary. He will preach on “The importance of Disciple the younger generation” on Tuesday morning general session.

Psalm 145:4 (NIV)

One generation commends your works to another; they tell of your mighty acts.

Txhua tam tuabneeg yuav qhuas tej txujci luj kws koj ua taag lug; puab yuav pav koj tej num tseemceeb kawg nkaus rua suavdlawg paub.

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Tuesday Night: "Making Disciples Generation to Generation" by Xh. Tswv Daus Yaj

 

Pastor Tswv Dao is currently the senior pastor of his hometown church—Hmong Alliance Church of Leola, PA, where he has served for 13 years since graduating from Nyack College and Alliance Theological Seminary.  Pastor Dao has a love and commitment to Jesus Christ and His Word.  Dao’s conviction is that the church of today needs to recover a biblical understanding and striving to living out the Great Commission—the making of disciples.  He endeavors to lead his church family in that most critical mandate.  He has been happily married to his wife Jennie for 19 years and they have four beautiful children:  Laura, Eleanor, Luke and Marcus.


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Wednesday Morning: “I will make you a fisher of Men” by Kx. Txooj Neeb Thoj

Rev. Chong Neng Thao is currently serving as an International Worker in Access country. He received Bachelor from Crown College and a Master of Divinity from Alliance Theological Seminary. He will deliver his sermon on Wednesday Morning on the topic of “I will you a fisher of men” based on Matthew 4:19.

Matthew 4:19 (NIV)

19 “Come, follow me,” Jesus said, “and I will send you out to fish for people.”

Yexus has rua obtug tas, "Meb ca le nrug kuv moog, kuv yuav qha kuas meb paub moog nrhav tuabneeg."

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Wednesday Night: “Called to make disciples” by Rev. Thomas George


Matthew 28:19-20 (NIV)

19 Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”

Yog le ntawd, mej ca le tawm moog qha txhua tsaav tuabneeg huv qaab ntuj nuav, kuas puab lug ua kuv cov thwjtim; Mej yuavtsum tuav Vaaj Leej Txiv, Vaaj Leej Tub, hab Vaaj Ntsujplig tug Dlawbhuv lub npe muab puab ua kevcai raus dlej.  Hab qha kuas puab paub coj lawv le txhua yaam kws kuv tau qha rua mej lawm; hab kuv yuav nrug nraim mej moog txug nub kws lub nplajteb nuav kawg."

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Thursday Morning: "What is A Transformed Testimony?" by Pastor Daniel Moua

Daniel T. Moua (Tsaav Ntaaj) is married to TaSheng for 18 wonderful years. They have five children ages from 17, 15, 13, 9 and 4. He graduated from Crown College, MN (2008) with his Bachelors and Columbia International University, SC (2010) with his Masters of Divinity. He has served as the senior pastor at Calvary Hmong Alliance Church in Spartanburg, SC and is currently the senior pastor of Green Bay Hmong  Alliance Church in Green Bay, WI. He enjoys networking, socializing, music and reading. Most importantly, his passion is to seek the lost and let God transform lives. 

John 14:7-8 (NIV)

If you really know me, you will knowmy Father as well. From now on, you do know him and have seen him.” Philip said, “Lord, show us the Father and that will be enough for us.”

Yexus has rua puab has tas, "Nwgnuav mej tub paub kuv lawm, mej yeej yuav paub kuv Txiv hab, txij nuav moog mej yuav paub nwg hab pum nwg."  Filis has rua Yexus has tas, "Tug Tswv, thov koj qha leej Txiv rua peb pum, kuas peb txaus sab."

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Thursday Night: “Life Transformed by the Gospel” by Dr. Stephen Xiong

Dr. Stephen Tia Xiong (Txawj Riam Xyooj) is currently serving as the senior pastor of Warren Hmong Alliance Church in Warren, MI. He graduated with Doctor of Philosophy from Vision International University. He will preach on Thursday night on “Life Transforming by the Gospel” based on John 10:7-10.

John 10:7-10; Luke 6:40 (NIV)

Therefore Jesus said again, “Very truly I tell you, I am the gate for the sheep. All who have come before me are thieves and robbers, but the sheep have not listened to them. I am the gate; whoever enters through me will be saved.  They will come in and go out, and find pasture. 10 The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.

40 The student is not above the teacher, but everyone who is fully trained will be like their teacher.

Yexus rov has rua puab tas, "Kuv qha tseeb rua mej has tas, kuv yog lub rooj nkuag yaaj.  Txhua tug kws lug ua kuv ntej puavleej yog tubsaab xwb, tabsis paab yaaj tsi noog puab tej lug.  Kuv yog lub rooj nkuag.  Tug kws moog ntawm kuv moog, tug ntawd yuav dlim: nwg yuav moog moog lug lug hab nrhav tau zaub noj.  Thaus tubsaab tuaj, tsuas yog tuaj nyag, tuaj tua hab ua kuas puamtsuaj xwb.  Tabsis kuv lug, yog lug ua kuas mej tau txujsa hab tau lub neej nplua mag.

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Friday Morning: The Power of prayers