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PRE/CONFERENCE
Exponential Theme

Although making disciples is the clear mission of the Church, when asked, most churches say that making disciples who make disciples is still their biggest weakness.

We sense God is calling the church to return to its primary purpose, to make disciples who make disciples.

In order for us to do that we must make a one eighty turn with five essential shifts back to disciple-making in our life and leadership.

  • Clothes for 5 Nights & 5 Days ; Optional Swim Suit
  • Light Sweater if you freeze indoors 
  • Weather will be in the 60’s at its low
  • Notebook or iPad to take notes during sessions
  • Chargers / Battery Packs for you iPhone Users
  • Allergy Meds / Daily Meds
  • Ice packs for the burns you will receive at losing foosball 

Sunday
D: OYO

Monday
B: OYO L: OYO D: OYO

Tuesday
B: Airbnb L: Expo D: Covered

Wednesday
B: Airbnb L: Expo D: Airbnb

Thursday
B: Airbnb L: OYO (Team Lunch) D: Airbnb

Friday
B: Airbnb L: OYO 

OYO = On Your Own
Airbnb = OYO Delivery or Groceries
Expo = Conference (Food Trucks/Food Vendors)

  • Sunday is considered a travel day
  • Monday is considered a fellowship/relax day
  • Tuesday-Thursday team is expected to stay together during conference and willing to meet during the evening debriefs
  • Thursday evening is considered the most important day where an action plan gets put in place.
  • Friday is considered a travel day


TSC believes that every person attending this conference is capable of moving the needle forward towards the mission before us.

Our goal is to provide you an opportunity to grow spiritually,  refresh and recharge, and challenge you into your next stage in leadership.

By attending this conference we have an opportunity to intentionally focus on hearing God’s voice. Take advantage and soak in every moment and prepare your heart to hear His calling in your life.

Download this years theme book: A Return To Disciple-Making. 

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This book gives me hope that in the not-too-distant future church leaders’ current confession of “we have not done a good job of discipling our people” will be replaced with a rallying cry of “we are making disciples who make disciples!” -Dave Ferguson