Renown Youth Conference

Christianity has everything to offer a hopeless world in offering them our resurrected savior, Jesus Christ. Yet, Christ’s resurrection is often rejected as a historical and significant event. So we must ask the question; How can we know with confidence that Christ was resurrected from the dead? What hope and comfort do we have knowing that Jesus Christ rose from the grave? 1 Peter 1:3 says, “Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! In his great mercy he has given us new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead..” Christ’s resurrection changes everything; our hopes, desires, our future, and how we live. There is no other single event that impacts our life like the resurrection.

RENOWN is a conference aimed at communicating the transforming truth of God’s Word to middle and high school-aged students. We will consider, together, how we can give faithful witness to the resurrection while offering the world around us great hope and peace. Please join us in March for this conference.



R. Albert Mohler Jr. (@AlbertMohler) is the president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is an esteemed authority on contemporary issues and his writings have been published throughout the United States and Europe.


Russell D. Moore (@DrMoore) is dean of the School of Theology and senior vice president for academic administration at Southern Seminary. Moore speaks and writes frequently on issues ranging from the kingdom of God to global orphan care.


Jimmy Scroggins (@JimmyScroggins) is the senior pastor of First Baptist Church West Palm Beach. Scroggins formerly served as professor of youth ministry and evangelism at Southern Seminary and Boyce College in Louisville. He also served as dean of Boyce College from 2004-2008.


Greg Gilbert (@GregGilbert) is the senior pastor of Third Avenue Baptist Church in Louisville, Ky. He is the author of What Is the Gospel? and the co-author of What Is the Mission of the Church? and Preach: Theology Meets Practice. He also often writes for 9Marks Ministries.


The vision and purpose of the Norton Hall Band is to encourage and promote Christ-centered, gospel-focused worship through biblically-guided worship, original compositions, artistic excellence and service to the seminary and constituent churches. Beginning in the spring of 2013, Norton Hall will be leading worship for several major university campus ministries, SBTS campus events and a national worship conference in June.

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