Monday, May 6

8:00AM
Conference Check In

9:00AM – 10:45AM
Session 1
Lee Cummings

11:00AM – 12:00PM
Workshop Session A

11:30AM – 12:30PM
Workshop Session B

12:30PM – 1:30PM
Workshop Session C

1:00PM – 2:00PM
Workshop Session D

11:30AM – 2:00PM
Lunch Break | Food trucks available on grounds

2:30PM – 4:00PM
Session 2
Lee Cummings & Mark Driscoll Q&A

4:00PM – 6:00PM
Dinner Break

6:00PM – 8:00PM
Session 3
Mark Driscoll

8:00PM
After Party

Tuesday, May 7

8:00AM
Doors Open

9:00AM – 10:45AM
Session 4
Lee Cummings

11:00AM – 12:00PM
Workshop Session A

11:30AM – 12:30PM
Workshop Session B

12:30PM – 1:30PM
Workshop Session C

1:00PM – 2:00PM
Workshop Session D

11:30AM – 2:00PM
Lunch Break | Food trucks available on grounds

2:30PM – 4:00PM
Session 5
Robert Madu

4:00PM – 6:00PM
Dinner Break

6:00PM – 8:00PM
Session 6
John Bevere

8:00PM
After Party

 
 

Workshops

 
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Workshops

This year we're excited to roll out a brand new Workshop model for you and your team to experience. We want you to leave ASC19 equipped and refreshed. With a new staggered workshop schedule you can have more time to choose what workshop you want to attend and when you want to take the time to connect with your team and regroup.

 
 

Monday

Session A

Monday 11:00AM–12:00PM

+ Show Me Your Glory

Bob Sorge | Sanctuary
Moses’ prayer, “Show me Your glory” will be explored as the natural cry of the noble heart that has been awakened to the beauty of Christ. You love the Presence of God, but you’ll never be satisfied with anything less than Glory. We were created for Glory. Is there anything we can do to touch the Glory realm?

+ Workshop With Jane Cummings

Jane Cummings | Room 103
Check back soon for more information about this workshop!

+ Worship Workshop With Cory Asbury

Cory Asbury | Room 105
Check back soon for more information about this workshop!

Session B

Monday 11:30AM–12:30PM

+ The Neglected Essential: The Emotional Health of Pastors and Spiritual Leaders

Les Beauchamp | Room 104
We live in a world where reports of spiritual leaders failing, flailing, or leaving ministry are far too commonplace. What’s the cause? In this talk Les will prove there is no true spirituality without coinciding emotional health and will layout insights and tools for leaders to take life-giving steps toward vital emotionally healthy spirituality.

+ A Desegregated Lifestyle

James Harris| Room 102
There were two people groups during ancient bible times who had a history of hostility and segregation, then Christ through the cross, made them both one, brought peace, and broke down the middle wall of separation that He might reconcile them. This workshop will help you live a crucified life and promote and practice ethnic reconciliation. You will walk away encouraged to pursue a more deeper, richer and authentic relationship with your brothers and sisters in Christ so that your life and church can be a reflection of what John saw in Revelations 7:9.

Session C

Monday 12:30PM–1:30PM

+ YTH Culture In Your Church

Jeff Grenell | Santuary
There is a difference between being Childish and Childlike. One of the critical thoughts toward the Church today is that it is too Juvenile. It's called the Juvenialization of the Church. However, there is a better term for this movement that we see in the Church. Developing a NextGen approach or culture does not have to exclude the LastGen approach or culture. Most of the Awakenings in American history were begun by young people. But, they were sustained by adults. I think we can see an INTER-generational approach and culture in the Church. That is a more perfect sustainability for the Church. Psalm 78.

+ The Power & Potential of Visual Storytelling

Joel Sorge| Room 103
Visual storytelling is one of the most powerful forms of communication in our world. Since the advent of the smartphone and the global proliferation of high speed internet, the art of visual storytelling has evolved at a dizzying pace, and has made video content accessible by almost anyone, anywhere, at any time. Video consumption is at an all-time high, and while this phenomena has created an unprecedented opportunity for creators to connect with their audience, it has also introduced new challenges that have made it harder than ever to break through our overcrowded digital platforms and produce valuable, lasting impact on people.

This workshop will explore the core elements of visual storytelling that must be at work to generate connection, cause impact, and inspire response in your audience. It will challenge you to see the art of visual storytelling with fresh eyes, and will inspire clarity as you seek to create the kind of content that stands out in our noisy digital age.

+ Worship Workshop with Elevation Worship

Elevation Worship| Room 105
Check back soon for more info about this workshop!

Session D

Monday 1:00PM–2:00PM

+ Journey Towards Authenticity

Sonny Misar | Room 102
I invite you to come with me on a journey...a pilgrimage of sorts.This journey is not over land and sea, but is through the passages of the human soul. Our discoveries will not be of gold and lost cities, but our own identity in Christ Together we will map out a path through the stages of faith and explore the meanings of the mountains and the valleys we all face. We will uncover the mystery of how God uses Brokenness in our lives and discover the power of true spiritual authenticity -when the REAL GOD is expressed through the REAL YOU! Sound interesting? Join us, but be warned: this journey is not for the faint of heart.

+ Thriving Family, Planted Church

David Perkins| Room 104
Our families are our first church. Children are our friends, treasures, and disciples. Currently, Our family is just over two years into our church plant adventure, but our four children are thriving. They own the church vision, serve joyfully, and love our family. We’re still in the thick of it, but let's talk about how to make disciples of our children.

TUESDAY

Session A

Tuesday 11:00AM–12:00PM

+ A Friend of God

Bob Sorge | Sanctuary
In this workshop Bob will explore the reach of his heart to be a friend of God. Just as John the Baptist called himself “the friend of the Bridegroom,” we want to serve Jesus out of a personal allegiance rather than as ministry professionals. We’ll look at some of the ways God fashions His friends.

+ Honor in Hospitality

Krista Kennedy | Room 103
You do not have to be gifted in hospitality to be hospitable. The definition of hospitable is: "being friendly, and welcoming to strangers and guests." 1 Tim. tells us that those whose work is preaching and teaching are worthy of double honor. Let's look at some practical ways that we can show honor and hospitality to those who give their lives to teaching and investing in the body of Christ.

+ Worship Workshop

Anna Asbury | Room 105
Check back soon for more information about this workshop!

Session B

Tuesday 11:30AM–12:30PM

+ The Neglected Essential: The Emotional Health of Pastors and Spiritual Leaders

Les Beauchamp | Room 104
We live in a world where reports of spiritual leaders failing, flailing, or leaving ministry are far too commonplace. What’s the cause? In this talk Les will prove there is no true spirituality without coinciding emotional health and will lay out insights and tools for leaders to take life-giving steps toward vital emotionally healthy spirituality.

+ The role of campus Pastors and leading your staff

Jon Zondervan & Stefan Davis | Room 102
Check back soon for more info about this workshop!

Session C

Tuesday 12:30PM–1:30PM

+ YTH Culture In Your Church

Jeff Grenell | Sanctuary
There is a difference between being Childish and Childlike. One of the critical thoughts toward the Church today is that it is too Juvenile. It's called the Juvenialization of the Church. However, there is a better term for this movement that we see in the Church. Developing a NextGen approach or culture does not have to exclude the LastGen approach or culture. Most of the Awakenings in American history were begun by young people. But, they were sustained by adults. I think we can see an INTER-generational approach and culture in the Church. That is a more perfect sustainability for the Church. Psalm 78.

+ The Impact of Church Governance on your Church’s Destiny

Tom Lane | Room 103
The government model you choose will determine your church’s destiny. This session will help you develop an enduring, biblical model of governance for your church that produces harmony, stability and leaders who feel energized.

+ Worship Workshop with Caleb Culver

Speaker TBD | Room 105
Check back soon for more info about this workshop!

Session D

Tuesday 1:00PM–2:00PM

+ Journey Towards Authenticity

Sonny Misar | Room 102
I invite you to come with me on a journey...a pilgrimage of sorts.This journey is not over land and sea, but is through the passages of the human soul. Our discoveries will not be of gold and lost cities, but our own identity in Christ Together we will map out a path through the stages of faith and explore the meanings of the mountains and the valleys we all face. We will uncover the mystery of how God uses Brokenness in our lives and discover the power of true spiritual authenticity -when the REAL GOD is expressed through the REAL YOU! Sound interesting? Join us, but be warned: this journey is not for the faint of heart.

+ Thriving Family, Planted Church

David Perkins| Room 104
Our families are our first church. Children are our friends, treasures, and disciples. Currently, Our family is just over two years into our church plant adventure, but our four children are thriving. They own the church vision, serve joyfully, and love our family. We’re still in the thick of it, but let's talk about how to make disciples of our children.

 *The information provided in this schedule is subject to change without notice, dependent upon guest's availability and travel arrangements. We apologize for any inconvenience in advance.