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WILMORE, KY—Asbury College and Asbury Theological Seminary will host the North American Coalition for Christian Admissions Professionals (NACCAP) annual conference June 7–10.

NACCAP conference will offer a series of sessions and speakers to help admissions professionals with various topics associated with college admissions and higher education. They will also provide worship and teambuilding opportunities.

Asbury College will host teambuilding and leadership activities on the College’s Challenge Course located on a 300-acre farm above the Kentucky River Palisades.

A free, pre-festival concert, “Mini-Ichthus,” is open to the public 6:45 p.m., Thursday, June 8 on the Ichthus Farm in Wilmore. Appearing in concert are Christian music groups Seventh-Day Slumber and Nate Fancher. Concert hosts are Asbury College, Asbury Theological Seminary, NACCAP and Ichthus.

Seventh-Day Slumber performs chart favorites, “Oceans from the Rain” and “Caroline.” Nate Fancher is well known for his worship music that includes, “Awakening Days.” Both bands are Ichthus festival performers.

For a complete schedule, visit the NACCAP Web site

Housing for the conference will be in residence halls and college apartments at the College and Seminary.

NACCAP (North American Coalition for Christian Admissions Professionals) is comprised of admissions and guidance personnel from almost 250 Christian high schools, liberal arts colleges and universities, Bible colleges, graduate schools and seminaries throughout North America. NACCAP strives to advance enrollment in Christian higher education though administering the National Christian College Fairs. Over 100 fairs are hosted around North America each year to bring students and Christian institutions together. Visit or call 888.4C-FAIRS (888.423.2477) for more information.