Moody Bible Institute
Dr. Mark Jobe, and more
Morning sessions will be held on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, and take place during the Student Chapel Hour (10 – 10:50 a.m., CDT). Each session will feature one Moody faculty speaker, a current student emcee, and music selected by Moody’s Music department. Friday morning will feature the announcement of the Faculty Citation Award.
Afternoon sessions will be held on Wednesday and Thursday. They will feature one student preacher for each day, and air from 2 – 2:50 p.m., CDT.
Evening sessions will be held on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. They will take place from 7 – 8:30 p.m., CDT. Friday evening will include a concert by a special musical artist named closer to the event date. The evening emcee will be Moody alumnus and Director of Community Relations for Moody, Roy Patterson. Friday evening will also include the announcement of the Alumnus of the Year Award.
There will be a series of ways to watch and listen to the evening sessions, including Spanish and American Sign Language (ASL) translation, livestreams and broadcast on TLN.
Everyone is invited to Moody Bible Institute’s 120th Founder’s Week conference, which will take place virtually this year as a free, digital conference.
Out of an abundance of caution given the unexpected health climate and recommended meeting restrictions by city and state laws due to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, for the first time in 100 years, Founder’s Week will be broadcast as an entirely digital event.
It’s still the nation’s oldest and largest free Bible conference, and it still offers a refreshing week of spiritual renewal with outstanding Bible teachers—although online instead of in person. Join us for this virtual event.