Winter Conference 2022

Onward

Winter Conference 2022

Onward

Campus
One80

Camp Best Western Feb. 11-13 Cost: $115

Our world came to a standstill when COVID forced us all into quarantine, but God’s not done with us yet.  What does it look like to move forward into a world of uncertainty and anxiety?  Pastor Melvin Cross will be teaching about the internal tensions that make obedience to God so challenging and how we can cultivate our identity as obedient disciples of Jesus.  

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Camp Best Western Feb. 11-13 Cost: $115

Our world came to a standstill when COVID forced us all into quarantine, but God’s not done with us yet.  What does it look like to move forward into a world of uncertainty and anxiety?  Pastor Melvin Cross will be teaching about the internal tensions that make obedience to God so challenging and how we can cultivate our identity as obedient disciples of Jesus.  

our Featured Speaker

Pastor Melvin Cross Jr.

Pastor Melvin is a visionary, with the goal of building up a people who understand their value allowing them to walk in purpose and destiny. He believes in teaching Biblical authority, using the principals of the Bible to see God’s glory done on the Earth. His influence on his city has been seen even before his time as a senior pastor and he looks to not only continue to impact his city but to be an influencer of the nations.

Together with his wife he leads one of the fastest growing churches in the city where people come from all over upstate New York to join a place they know they can feel welcomed and unjudged as they worship our Lord. They have two daughters, Jordan and Harper, and disciple countless of young people.

Onward

Pastor Melvin Cross Jr.

Pastor Melvin is a visionary, with the goal of building up a people who understand their value allowing them to walk in purpose and destiny. He believes in teaching Biblical authority, using the principals of the Bible to see God’s glory done on the Earth. His influence on his city has been seen even before his time as a senior pastor and he looks to not only continue to impact his city but to be an influencer of the nations.

Together with his wife he leads one of the fastest growing churches in the city where people come from all over upstate New York to join a place they know they can feel welcomed and unjudged as they worship our Lord. They have two daughters, Jordan and Harper, and disciple countless of young people.

Onward

Electives

Jesus called 12 guys who were considered nothing (or sometimes worse) to be his disciples.  After that, he gained more followers that scripture also identifies as disciples.  Finally, after his resurrection, Jesus instructed these followers to go into all the world and make disciples.

What is a disciple?  

How do I be a good disciple?  

Should I be finding and/or making more disciples? 

The electives and panel discussions at the winter retreat will tackle these questions and more.

The Discipleship Panel – Campus One80 staff will give you some inspiring stories about discipleship and respond to your questions.  A great chance to hear first hand from people who are making discipleship happen..

How do I live as a disciple when I’m not actively relating to my mentor?  Join the Everyday Discipleship elective and see how your relationship with your bible is an important part of being a disciple.

If you want to be a disciple of Jesus, but aren’t sure what you should be doing to be a good disciple? Check out the A Step Behind: Becoming a Disciple elective and take your first steps into a larger world of faithfulness to God.

Think you’re walking with Jesus, but that you should be passing on what you are learning?  Attend the Becoming a Mentor elective and get some practical guidance on how to find someone to “follow you as you follow Jesus”.

Electives

Jesus called 12 guys who were considered nothing (or sometimes worse) to be his disciples.  After that, he gained more followers that scripture also identifies as disciples.  Finally, after his resurrection, Jesus instructed these followers to go into all the world and make disciples.

What is a disciple?  

How do I be a good disciple?  

Should I be finding and/or making more disciples? 

The electives and panel discussions at the winter retreat will tackle these questions and more.

The Discipleship Panel – Campus One80 staff will give you some inspiring stories about discipleship and respond to your questions.  A great chance to hear first hand from people who are making discipleship happen..

How do I live as a disciple when I’m not actively relating to my mentor?  Join the Everyday Discipleship elective and see how your relationship with your bible is an important part of being a disciple.

If you want to be a disciple of Jesus, but aren’t sure what you should be doing to be a good disciple? Check out the A Step Behind: Becoming a Disciple elective and take your first steps into a larger world of faithfulness to God.

Think you’re walking with Jesus, but that you should be passing on what you are learning?  Attend the Becoming a Mentor elective and get some practical guidance on how to find someone to “follow you as you follow Jesus”.

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Schedule

(This schedule does not apply for any online events. East coast in person event only.)

Schedule

(This schedule does not apply for any online events. East coast in person event only.)

Friday

7pm // Registration

8:30pm // Greeting and Worship

9:15pm //Small Groups/ice cream bar

10pm // After Hours

11:30pm // Quiet hours

Saturday

8:30am // Breakfast

9:30am // Session #1 

10:30am // Small Groups

11:15am // Quiet Time

12:30pm // Lunch

1:30pm // Group Picture

1:45pm // Free time/ Afternoon rec activities

5:30pm // Dinner

7pm // Session #2

8pm // worship

8:45pm // Small Group

9:30pm // After Hours

11:30pm // Quiet hours

Sunday

8:15am // Breakfast

9am //P ack up bags and vehicles

10am // Panel

10:45am // Electives 

11:15am // Wrap-up

11:45am // Depart