Be transformed by stories of grace and redemption 

at a gathering for anabaptist youth, adults, and families.


June 29 - July 3, 2018  

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Taylor University, Upland, IN


REGISTER BY JUNE 1 TO AVOID A LATE FEE
Total cost is only $329 for partners/members, and includes meals, registration, and lodging.
General registration is $429. Registration costs will increase by $50 on June 1.





OVERVIEW »


Theme verse:


The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases;

His mercies never come to an end;

They are new every morning;

Great is your faithfulness.

Lamentations 3:22-23


This summer will be a time of profound celebration, commitment, and transformation! We're back for the third year with regen.2018, the premiere Anabaptist youth, adult & family gathering. We are coming together across many denominations to celebrate Jesus Christ and the mission He has given us. Mark your calendars and bring your youth groups.

This event takes place on the beautiful Taylor University campus. There will be engaging activities and inspiring speakers for all ages, including youth and children.

Low price includes lodging and meals. We will begin with registration on Friday, June 29 and end with morning worship on Tuesday, July 3rd.




DETAILS »


Daily Schedule 

Worship with the regen.2018 worship band and teaching by a variety of teachers and preachers will be held every morning and evening. Afternoon events will include seminars, learning labs, recreation, etc.

Cost 

Base price for lodging and meals are from $299 - $429, depending on age and partner/member status.





SPEAKERS »




 

» Kim Meeder

   Kim Meeder will never forget the day her parents divorce was final. It was the
    same day that Kim's father murdered her mother and then committed suicide.
    Kim could have been traumatized for life by what had happened, but by the
    grace of God, Iim has found renewed life. She now ministers to other kids in
    crisis at her Oregon-based ministry, Crystal Peaks Youth Ranch.




» Martin Thomas

    Martin went from being pastor to being in prison. Martin knows how Jesus can        change lives, including his own. We think we need our carefully constructed            righteousness, but Jesus does things in a much better way. Learn more about
    the miraculous way that Jesus continues to lead Martin into a new adventure.




» Bishop L.W. Francisco III

    Bishop Francisco is lead pastor with his wife Natalie at C3, Calvary Community                    Church. He aims to challenge and nurture ALL facets of people, equipping God's
    children to
 be well-rounded. His belief is that God calls us to be "legacy makers
    and curse breakers." 





» Noemi Chavez

    Noemi began as a church planter and is now pastor with her husband, Joshua,
    at 7th Street Church. 7th Street Church is a growing, multicultural church              thriving in Los Angeles. Noemi is committed to loving people. She's also                  committed to empowering people to discover their purpose by identifying the          unique gifts God has given them to serve.   
 


   

» Dr. Joseph Jones

    Dr. Jones is the new president of Fresno Pacific University and has spent
    the past three years at a Christian university in Pakistan. He's passionate
    about Christians making an impact on the world around them. 





» John Troyer

    John has led Evana for the past three years, and is excited for its continual              development and growth. He's passionate about evangelism and seeing                  church leaders flourish.

  






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