ReFresh: Ready For College

July 24-27, 2018

The Zacharias Institute

About:

Are you a high school upperclassman or a college freshman? Then don’t miss out on ReFresh. As students, you know what it’s like to be surrounded by questions. It can be easy to feel overwhelmed. In the face of so many questions, how can you keep your faith strong? Are you prepared to answer the questions and objections of your friends and classmates? At ReFresh, no question is off limits, whether questions asked from within the Christian faith, or questions from those without faith. We want to give you the space to think through some of the toughest challenges to Christianity and equip you to live out your faith at high school and on campus. You will have the opportunity to interact with and learn from Ravi Zacharias and many other members of RZIM’s Global Speaking Team. ReFresh is designed for students, youth groups, and their leaders.*

When:

July 24-27, 2018

Where:
The Zacharias Institute
3755 Mansell Road
Alpharetta, GA 30022

Cost: $199

Schedule: Click to View

Highlights:

— Daily worship, prayer, and Bible teaching

— Apologetics talks dealing with today’s biggest challenges to Christianity

— Over five hours of Q&A (No question is off limits!)

— Breakout discussion groups lead by the RZIM speaking team

 

*Due to limited seating and in order to create an environment where students are comfortable asking any question, we are limiting this event to high school upperclassmen and college freshman. If you are a parent or chaperone, please feel free to explore all that Atlanta has to offer during the day. If you are a youth worker and would like to bring a group of students to ReFresh, you are welcome to attend the conference with your student group. If you have questions about this, please feel free to contact us at [email protected] 

Speakers

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Ravi Zacharias

Vince Vitale

Jo Vitale

Shawn Hart

Michelle Tepper

Cameron McAllister

Alycia Wood

Daniel Rangel

Sanj Kalra

Jose Phillips

Kasey Leander

Matthew Mittelberg