Rick Warren invites you and your team to join the Radicalis Generation February 22-25, 2011 at Saddleback’s campus in Lake Forest.
Four Days. One Goal. Say Yes to God!
- CONFERENCE 1: Radical Church Planting – Ron Sylvia along with Dave Alford & Geoff Surratt
- CONFERENCE 2: Radical Preaching – Pastor Tom Holladay
- CONFERENCE 3: Radical Fellowship – Tommy Hilliker & the Membership 101 Team
- CONFERENCE 4: Radical Discipleship/Small Grps – Steve Gladen & Maturity 201/Small Group Team
- CONFERENCE 5: Radical Serving At Church & In The Community -The Ministry 301 Team
- CONFERENCE 6: Radical Missions: Implementing PEACE Plan – Mark Affleck & the PEACE Team
- CONFERENCE 7: Radical Worship – Rick Muchow & the Creative Arts Team
- CONFERENCE 8: Radical Youth –Kurt Johnston & the Youth Team
- CONFERENCE 9: Radical Children – Steve Adams & the Children’s Team
- CONFERENCE 10: Radical Recovery – John Baker & the Celebrate Recovery Team
- CONFERENCE 11: Radical Pastor’s Wives – Kay Warren
- CONFERENCE 12: Radical Compassion: Orphans & Vulnerable Children – Elizabeth Styffe, Kay Warren & the PEACE Team
- CONFERENCE 13: HIV/AIDS & Short-Term Missions: Church Initiated Implementation – Gil Odendaal, Kay Warren, & The PEACE Team
- CONFERENCE 14: El Viaje Conducido con Propósito (The Purpose Driven Journey) – (Pastor David Tamez with Guest Panelists)
Kay Warren is the Founder of the HIV/AIDS Initiative at Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, CA. She is a Bible teacher, author, and international speaker. Warren frequently travels the globe to encourage HIV positive men, women, and vulnerable children, and today she is a powerful voice on their behalf. Married to Rick Warren, together they founded Saddleback Church in 1980. In 2007, Kay authored Dangerous Surrender, and the revised and expanded softcover edition, retitled Say Yes to God, is now available. She also co-authored Foundations, a systematic theology course used in churches around the world. She has three children and four grandchildren, and lives in Southern California.
Matt Carter serves as the lead pastor of The Austin Stone Community Church, which has grown from a core team of 15 to over 6000 attending each Sunday since the church began in 2002. Matt’s desire to see the church become an advocate for the welfare of the city of Austin has led to the creation of a network that exists to actively pursue the redemption and renewal of the city for the advancement of the Gospel. The For the City Network provides a platform for organizational collaboration by providing physical space to local non-profits as well as creating a funnel for volunteer engagement. In addition to pastoring at The Austin Stone, Matt is a cancer survivor, co-author of the upcoming book “For the City” and speaker for camps and conferences nationwide. Matt holds a MDiv from Southwestern Seminary and he and his wife Jennifer have three children: John Daniel, Annie, and Samuel.
Sergio De La Mora is the visionary founder and pastor of Cornerstone Church of San Diego, ranked one of the fastest growing churches in America by Outreach Magazine. Called “The Turn Around Specialist,” Sergio De La Mora has infuenced a multi-generational and multicultural community in both English and Spanish for more than a decade. Under Sergio’s leadership, Cornerstone Church has steadily continued to supernaturally grow in size and impact – a testament to Sergio’s understanding, skill, commitment and unique approach to advancing the Kingdom for Christ throughout the community. His passion and vision to plant churches throughout the world, with the mission of reaching new people for Christ, recently led him to establish Cornerstone Church of Mexico City. Sergio lives in San Diego with his wife, Georgina, and their six daughters.
Steven Furtick grew up in the small town of Moncks Corner, South Carolina where at age 16 he realized God’s plan for him to start a life-changing church in a major metropolitan city. This vision became a tangible reality when Steven and 7 other families risked everything – sold houses, quit jobs and moved to Charlotte, North Carolina to plant a new church – believing that God would turn the city upside down for His glory. That risk birthed Elevation Church and has resulted in a remarkable return. Through God’s favor and a relentless pursuit of a singular mission to see people far from God filled with life in Christ, in just four years, Elevation has seen thousands of professions of faith and grown to more than 6,000 in weekly attendance. Because of this explosive growth, Elevation Church was named one of the 10 fastest growing churches in America by Outreach Magazine in 2007, 2008 and 2009. Author of Sun Stand Still, the heart of Steven’s message is revolutionary faith and how to approach every experience from a visionary perspective. As a young voice in the Church with wisdom beyond his years, his passion for seeing God’s purposes fulfilled in our day is igniting a fire in the city of Charlotte and throughout the United States. Steven holds a degree in communication from North Greenville University, and the Master Divinity degree from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He lives in the Charlotte area with his wife, Holly, their two sons Elijah and Graham, with a baby on the way.
Dave Gibbons loves to invest his life in atypical leaders throughout the world: the fringe and the misfits, the outsiders and the under-resourced. Dave is an activist for cultural innovation. He incorporates entrepreneurial mindsets, creative ethos and ancient wisdom from spiritual frameworks to socially active endeavors primarily through XEALOT, which creatively resources (human, knowledge and financial capital) passionate, third culture leaders to radically flow with the Holy Spirit in and out of multiple domains and cultures. Dave is the author of an award-winning book on culture and the church called “The Monkey and the Fish”. He has served on the Board of World Vision US and helps to guide a group of third-culture, faith communities called NEWSONG. He is the father of four and has been married to his best friend Rebecca for 25 years.
Shawn Lovejoy is the founding and Lead Pastor of Mountain Lake Church, Co-Founder of churchplanters.com and author of shawnlovejoy.com. In the last 10 years Shawn has led his church to go multi-site, plant churches, and into some of the most challenging places in the world.Churchplanters.com has become one of the most influential church planting ministries in the world, and he gives Jesus all the credit. Shawn loves his wife, his kids, the church, pastors, and Playstation. In that order.
Pete Wilson is the founding pastor of Cross Point Church in Nashville, Tennessee. Cross Point is a 8 year old church, which reaches some 4,000 people each weekend through its 4 campuses, located around the Nashville area. Pete’s a pastor, speaker, and author who resides in Nashville with his wife, and their 3 boys. His first book entitled “Plan B” is now available.
Join these innovative and exciting speakers for the MUST ATTEND church conference of 2011. Start your year with an infusion of excitement and passion for God.
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