Deeper Youth Conference 2019

Prairie College is hosting their third annual youth conference. It is an opportunity for young students to experience a bit of college life with the purpose of digging deeper into their relationship with God. 

2019 Theme: ROOTED in God's Story

The Bible is a story. The Big Story. A story unlike any other. Spanning thousands of years and dozens of writers, it is the most fascinating, intricately-woven story ever written. The author is God Himself, and every page of His captivating narrative is connected.

Featuring: TJ Syroteuk

TJ loves life, loves people, loves Jesus, and loves teaching the Bible. He and his wife Joanna live in the Calgary, Alberta, area where TJ serves as the Director of Discipleship at Bearspaw Christian School.

Breakout Sessions

Students will have the opportunity to choose between a number of fun and engaging breakout sessions taught by world-class professors. 


  • Songwriting 101 (Professor Denis Baptista)
  • Stranger Things of the Bible: A Survey of Bizarre Bible Stories (Dr. Carmen Imes)
  • Unoffendable: How to Live Life Without Being Offended (Professor Kelly Steffen)
  • Apologetics: A Biblical Pattern (Professor Bill Nyman)
  • Understanding Stress, Suicide, and Depression: Helping Your Friends (Professor Kevin Peters)


  • Faith & Recreation (Professor David Petroziello)
  • Faith & Science: How Do the Two Fit Together? (Dr. James Enns)
  • Sexuality and Dating (Dr. Steve Ibbotson)
  • Christianity & the World: Sharing Your Faith with People of Other Faiths (Dr. Emma Karin Emgard)
  • Getting the Most Out of Your Devotional Life (Prairie College Students)

Register Now! 

Food, accommodation, and workshops are all included in the below registration fees.

  • Early Bird Registration: $99.00 per person [Expires January 19, 2019]
  • Regular Registration: $115.00 per person
  • Groups of 10 or more can register for only $90.00 per person.

Group Registration           Individual Registration 

Check-in Friday February 8, 6:00pm-7:00pm

Pickup Sunday February 10, 12:30 noon.