Final words are typically delivered with a sacred sense of weight and meaning. Each of the gospel writers record a portion of Jesus’ seven statements from the cross. These last words are intended to be a lasting message down through the ages…
To the crowd crying, “Crucify Him!”… Jesus offers forgiveness
To the thief without hope… Jesus offers a heavenly home
To the heartbroken family and friends…. Jesus offers comfort and community
To His Father in heaven… Jesus offers faithfulness and obedience
The cross provides for all those who are looking: forgiveness, hope, community, and salvation. And so at The Lift Tour 2017 we will go back to the cross and rehear, the words of our Savior once again. Jesus was “obedient to the point of death, even death on a cross” and redemption is completed. So, when Jesus uttered his final words, “it is finished”, he was making it possible for my life to begin.
Are meals included at LIFT?
No. Meals are not included in your registration. For certain cities, we will have partners that offer box lunches for purchase on Saturday. In those cities, all group leaders will receive information by email when group lunches for order are available.
Are there special hotel options for Lift Tour cities?
Yes, for some cities we have posted a hotel with a discounted rate for Lift Tour groups. You will need to contact and book the hotel rooms directly through the hotel. All payment and booking questions will go through the hotel as well. Check the website of the LIFT city that you are interested in to see if we have a group hotel option posted!
How do I bring Lift Tour to my city?
We typically look at dates & cities 12-18 months in advance. If you are interested in hosting the LIFT Tour, please email email@example.com.
If I mail a check to pay, when does LIFT need to receive it?
We need to receive all checks within 10 business days of registration. Your registration will be "pending" until we receive payment.
Is group pricing available for LIFT?
If you have more than 100 students attending, please call 407-248-0300 x12 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for group pricing options.
What can I expect at a Lift Tour date?
Gospel-Centered Messages (3-4 per date), Christ-Centered Worship and a Focus on Leadership Development.
What is the LIFT Tour Cancellation Policy?
Regardless of reason, cancellations and transfers cost Student Leadership University. To offset these costs, the following fees will apply. In fairness to others, we cannot make exceptions.
- 30 days or more before departure: 50% of the total cost of the program will be forfeited
- Less than 30 days before departure: 100% of the total cost of the program will be forfeited
All monies are due at the time of registration.
All credit card payments will incur a 3% processing fee. This fee will be added to your account and automatically charged to your credit card within a week of initial payment.
What should we do for lunch with only a 40 minute break?
Lunch is not included with your registration, but we want to make it as convenient as possible for group leaders to get lunch! In most cities, we will have a restaurant that we partner with to offer a box lunch for $5-6 that will be delivered. We will send these options out by emial to group leaders 2-3 weeks before the event for pre-orders. If you don't want to opt in to our box lunch, you can also bring or order your own lunch and have one of your group leaders leave to pick it up. We do suggest staying on site to eat.
What's included in the LIFT registration?
- Sessions for the conference
- Show or concert with the weekend artist
- Listening guide for every participant
When does LIFT registration cutt off and switch to door price?
LIFT Tour registration online will be turned off at close of business the day before the event at 5:30pm eastern. After registration closes, you will have to pay the $59 door price for students. Adults are always $20.
Who should come to a Lift Tour event?
Students in middle-high school, youth pastors, youth workers, educators and teachers. This event is desinged for students 6-12th grade who are unfamiliar with church, regular church goers and those passionately pursuing their Savior.