What is Regeneration 2015?
Regeneration is the only Salvation Army conference that is specifically made for young adults in the Central Territory. It is an experience made just for you. You won’t want to miss it! Registration ends on Friday, February 6th, 2015.
When is Regeneration 2015?
Regeneration will be held the weekend of February 13-15th. This is President’s/Valentine’s Day weekend, so love will be in the air and many of you may have the following Monday off of school or work.
What is the theme?
The theme is “Move” taken from Mark 11:23: “I tell you the truth, you can say to this mountain, ‘May you be lifted up and thrown into the sea,’ and it will happen. But you must really believe it will happen and have no doubt in your heart." We aim to meditate on this truth, that when God points us in a direction, we can face our “mountains” with faith. And that through faith these mountains will move. We are all very excited about what the Lord will do at Regeneration 2015.
How old should I be?
Regeneration is a conference for young adults. You must be between the ages of 18-29 (by 2/13/2015) to attend. There is one exception… If you are 30 or older and are active in young adult ministry on the local Corps or Divisional level you are now welcome to attend. (You will need to describe your involvement on the registration form).
How much will it cost?
Only $50. Only $50? Yes, only $50. That’s a real sweet deal, considering it includes: all housing, meals, fun, electricity, water, heat, T-shirt, places to sit or stand and interesting things to look at for the whole weekend.
Can my spouse and/or child come?
Certainly they can come! What a silly question. There will be housing for married couples and families with children. It’s ok if your spouse is over 29 years old, just as one of you is between the ages of 18-29. Children between the ages of 0-5 can come at the cost of $20 per child.
Bob Goff is the New York Times Best-Selling Author of Love Does, as well as an attorney who founded Restore International, a nonprofit human rights organization that works to pursue justice and improve educational opportunities for at-risk women and children in Uganda, India and Somalia. Because of Bob's vision and the work of Restore International, he serves as the Honorary Consul for the Republic of Uganda to the United States.
Bob is a sought after speaker for church leadership, inspiring current and future influencers to get to the "do" part of life. Choosing to live audaciously, Bob connects to audiences in a powerfully inspirational, yet down to earth manner. A practicing attorney for over 25 years, he is also an adjunct professor at Pepperdine Law School and Point Loma Nazarene University. For more info about Bob, check out his website: http://bobgoff.com.
Watch Jo talk about "Future Church"
Jo Saxton is a leader, visionary and practitioner that church leaders and lay people need to hear. Born to Nigerian parents and raised in London, Jo has spread her message for the past twenty years across the UK and North America. She encourages people to engage in missional living and discipleship and inspires all believers to engage the world in the same way God does—by going out rather than just reaching out.
She is a respected author, well-traveled speaker and with her husband Chris, has recently planted Mission Point Church, in the Minneapolis area, where they serve as pastors. Jo loves running, good music, reading, and laughing loudly with family and friends over a good meal. Jo and Chris have two amazing daughters, Tia and Zoe. Follow her on Twitter at @josaxton.
Watch Citizens & Saints perform "You Brought Me Back To Life"
Citizens & Saints
Citizens & Saints (formerly Citizens) is a high energy indie rock band that sings and writes gospel songs to the glory of God and the building up of the Church. Born in the heart of Seattle's university district, the band quickly built a reputation for their dynamic hymn arrangements and high intensity anthems. Zach Bolen leads the band with a visible emotion and passion that stems from a desire to see everyone worship Jesus as Lord. Bolen says it this way, "From the beginning it was important as band to have a name that focused more on the people of God participating in joyful and expressive worship of Jesus, then attention being placed on a band." For more info about Citizens & Saints, check out their website: www.citizensandsaints.com.
To see Amena in action check out "Betting it All"
As a poet, speaker and journalist Amena Brown's words excite, ignite and inspire. Whether in front of audiences as intimate as 50 or as sprawling as 20,000, she has something to say that matters. As a part of a generation that is searching for the real and the genuine in an age of constant carbon copy, Amena is both regal and dramatic in her creative interpretation on the stage, and in her candid and expressive conversation one on one. This nonconformist lends her voice to finding inspiration, truth, and purpose and encourages those she encounters to do the same. For more info about Amena, check out her website: www.amenabrown.com.
To hear DJ Opdiggy in action check out "No DJ No Party"
In 2000, Matt "DJ Opdiggy" Owen got his first set of turntables. Ever since then he has been falling in love with moving a crowd. With over 10 years of experience, he has deejayed at venues across the country, providing music and momentum for events, conferences, poetry nights, hip hop/r&b lounges and any other type of event that has a crowd to move. For more info about DJ Opdiggy, check out his website: www.opdiggy.com.
The guest speakers are Bob Goff and Jo Saxton. The inspiring group Citizens & Saints, will be leading worship at the event. And power couple Amena Brown (poet) and DJ Opdiggy (mixmaster) are our guest artists for the experience