ReMind Conference 2017

Clarity in a Culture of Confusion

About: If you are between the ages of 17-24, then ReMind Conference 2017 is for you! This year’s theme is “Clarity in a Culture of Confusion.” Seven speakers from the RZIM team will speak on topics such as sexuality, tolerance, and Biblical truth in a blend of talks and Q&A where you can ask your questions. No questions are off limits! Join us August 4-5 to learn how to stand up for truth with conviction and clarity.

When: 
Friday-Saturday
August 4-5, 2017

Friday 6:00-10:00 pm
Saturday 8:30 AM-4:00 pm

Where:
Kensington Community Church
1825 E Square Lake Rd
Troy, MI 48085

Cost: $45
Group discounts available by calling 248-688-9173. Breakfast, lunch, and snacks are included.

Have ​questions ​or ​need ​assistance ​with ​group ​registrations? ​Call ​Tara ​Brody ​at ​248-688-9173.

Need ​hotel ​accommodations? We ​have ​secured ​a ​group ​rate ​at ​Detroit ​Marriott ​Troy. ​Call ​Marriott ​Reservations ​at ​1 ​(800) ​228-9290 ​or ​(248) ​680-9797 ​on ​or ​before ​Friday, ​July ​14, ​2017, ​(the ​“Cutoff ​Date”) ​to ​make ​your ​sleeping ​room ​reservations. ​Identify ​yourself ​as ​part ​of ​the ​Ravi ​Zacharias ​Room ​Block ​group ​staying ​at ​the ​Detroit ​Marriott ​Troy, ​located ​at ​200 ​W. ​Big ​Beaver ​Rd., ​Troy, ​MI ​48084.

SPEAKERS

Abdu Murray

Madeline Jackson

Shawn Hart

Jo Vitale

Logan Gates

Nathan Betts

Steve Norman

Steve Norman is the teaching pastor at Central Wesleyan Church in Holland, Michigan. He studied at Taylor University in Upland, Indiana (BA in biblical literature) and Fuller Seminary in Pasadena, California (MA in intercultural studies, doctorate of missiology). In 2000, he planted a church (Genesis) in Royal Oak, Michigan, to reach young professionals, especially skeptics, artists, and activists. As a published author, he has written for The Covenant CompanionPreaching Today, On Faith, and CT Pastors. He writes and posts regularly about missiology, culture, leadership, and character at www.stevejnorman.com.

Special musical guest:

Da’ T.R.U.T.H.

In West Philadelphia, born and raised, Da’ T.R.U.T.H. (Emanuel Lee Lambert, Jr.) developed a love for music and has been performing for nearly two decades. As a leading voice in the music industry, he has been committed to using creativity in the arts to share his life experiences and faith. He has been nominated for numerous awards including two Grammys and three Dove Awards. Throughout his career, he has won four Stellar Awards and received countless accolades. Now, nearly twenty years later Da’ T.R.U.T.H. has sold nearly a quarter million records worldwide, toured and collaborated with some of Gospel and Christian music’s premiere artists including Kirk Franklin, Mary Mary, Lecrae, Cece Winans and more. Additionally, his high energy performances and provocative lyrics have landed him on some of the biggest platforms including MTV, BET’s Celebration of Gospel, Gospel Music Channel, and the Stellar and Dove Awards. Similar to his peers who have blazed trails internationally, his diverse and electric performances have allowed him to embark on more than ten international tours in Africa and Europe, Australia, Canada and Trinidad and Tobago. With all of this, Da’ T.R.U.T.H. is now CEO of the newly formed entertainment company NXT Sound.

Special musical guest:

Alive | City

Alive | City is unashamedly a worship band whose singular goal is to make Jesus famous. From Detroit, Alive | City brings a fresh, energetic, and passionate mixture of Detroit pop and rock. The band desires for the Church to have great music that causes people to take notice of Jesus. More than just singing songs about him, Alive | City wants people to love, follow, and celebrate Jesus completely.