The 86th Okoboji Bible Conference begins Sunday Morning, August 2nd at 10:30am for
worship and will continue all week, August 2nd – 7th at 69 West Broadway in Arnolds Park. Sidewalk
Prophets, an award-winning Christian band with five #1 hits and 8 top 5 songs, will be performing
Sunday, August 2nd at 7:15 pm in a NEW location! This year’s concert will be held in Preservation Plaza,
the green space located adjacent to Arnold’s Park Amusement Park and the shops at Queen’s Court, to
allow for social distancing in an outdoor environment. Sidewalk Prophets lives by the simple truths of
integrating worship with real life and is known for songs such as “Live Like That,” “You Love Me Anyway”
and many others. Their new album titled “The Things that Got Us Here” was just released this July.
Bring your lawn chair and join us in Preservation Plaza for this exciting, uplifting and FREE concert. You
won’t want to miss it!
Please note our revised dates! Our conference schedule has been revised from previous years
due to the pandemic and will be held August 2nd – 7th. Extra attention has been given to provide a safe
and healthy environment including daily professional cleaning and sanitization. Many of our events will
be streamed live to allow the community to participate from wherever they are most comfortable. Visit
www.okobojiconference.org for a detailed schedule and to be directed to the livestream events during
Conference will continue with weekday Morning Bible Hour and Christian Life Communities
starting Monday, August 3rd at 9 am and 10:30 am and evening sessions beginning at 7:15pm. Bible
Hour will be led by Juan Hernandez, a professor of Biblical Studies from Bethel University in the Twin
Cities. Juan Hernandez is considered an expert in New Testament and early Christianity and will lead us
through introductory observations on the book of Revelation providing reading strategies for
interpreting and applying its message today. Evening gatherings are at 7:15 nightly. Featured speakers
include noted authors Skye Jethani and Bob Merritt and Pastor Laurel Bunker, an associate vice president
and campus pastor at Bethel University.
Although childcare and youth programming will not be provided this year due to the pandemic,
children are welcome to attend any of the sessions with their families. Food trucks will be available on
an expanded terrace throughout the week and Daily Addiction coffee shop will provide on-site
concessions. Join us for socially-distanced fellowship following our evening services on the expanded
There is no fee or registration for the conference and all events and services are open to the
public. Free-will offerings are received.
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