Redefine Spotsylvania: Student Ministry Conference

Why Redefine? Because the world around us has more opinions on identity than the sands of the sea and the standards change faster than Virginia weather. Every person with an internet connection and a keyboard believes they are entitled to share their expert opinion. The problem is, we aren't experts. People didn't create people. We are not equipped to define ourselves. We wouldn't put two broken cars next to each other and expect them to fix each other, so why would we allow our students to find their identity in the whims of this broken world


The goal of Redefine Spotsylvania is to gather students in 6th-12th grade together as one people and examine what the Author of Life has to say about what He has made. As the world grows more and more hostile to God's truth, we seek to equip, empower, and educate the rising generation to know the surpassing beauty of the God who has already defined who they are. 


Join us for a time of worship, fellowship, and intense Bible study as we redefine what it means to be human in a culture which is less reliable than a translator app.


October 1, 2022

8:45 – 3: 00 pm

Worship • Preaching • Break Outs

Lunch and recreation time will be provided. 


Registration opens August 1, 2022

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Keynote Speaker: Brian van dorn

Brian grew up in Gloucester and Fredericksburg, Virginia. He moved to Louisville, KY to pursue a B.A. in Expository Preaching and Pastoral Leadership at Boyce College, which he earned in 2013. He then earned his M.Div. in Church Ministry in 2018 from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He has served as Pastoral Assistant at Sunnyside Baptist Church and as Associate Student Pastor at Little Flock Baptist Church, and is currently serving as the Pastor of Student Ministry at Oakhill Baptist Church in Evansville, IN. He met his wife, Kayla, a native of Louisville, while attending Highview Baptist Church. They were married in May of 2015 and now have three children. Brian and Kayla long to see students come to Christ and grow by investing in them through personal discipleship in the gospel and bringing parents and students together in the home. He is driven by the gospel of Jesus Christ and guided by the Word of God.