Corpus Christi Schedule

Saturday, September 17th, 2022

8:00 am
Doors Open for Registration

8:50 am
Conference Begins

9:00- 10:00 am
General Session 1: ERIC HERNANDEZ

The Dominant Strongholds of Our Culture

There are three dominant strongholds (i.e. worldviews) that permeate our culture and hinder people from coming to a salvific knowledge of God. In this session, you will learn what they are, how to identify them, and how to respond.

10:15 am – 11:15 am Breakout Sessions #1

  • Jorge Gil: The Problem of Evil (Main Sanctuary)

  • Kurt Jaros: Are the Gospel Reliable? (Room 213)

How do psychedelic mushrooms, tattlers, and tales demonstrate the reliability of the Bible? In this presentation, Dr. J explains how we can be confident in the message the Bible communicates to us. 

  • Amy Davison: Gender and Sexuality (Room 214)

This practical session equips the believer to engage culture with truth and grace on its most vulnerable battlefield: sexuality. Attendees will learn how sex isn’t an act, but an expression of our worldview. We will then engage with leading secular movements, like sex positivity, to see how it’s fostering brokenness in millennials and Gen Z. And wrap up with practical tips on how a discipleship approach can help the church stand firm against the cultural tide. 

  • [Español] Rolando Rodriguez: Alimenta Tu Fe, Malpaza tus Dudas (Room 211)

“Cuidado con los que dudan de ti y de tu fe. Nuestra necesidad de alimentar nuestro cuerpo y nuestra necesidad de alimentar nuestra fe son muy similares: ambas son necesarias para la salud, el crecimiento y la supervivencia, y estamos constantemente conscientes de cuánto las necesitamos. Debemos alimentar nuestra fe para vencer la duda”.

11:30- 12:30 pm
General Session 2: MARK MITTELBERG

Contagious Faith

In Contagious Faith, Mark Mittelberg will guide you through the process of finding the best approach for you, and show you how to share the gospel clearly, effectively, and confidently. You’ll learn how to use your talents, gifting, and personality for the glory of God.

12:30 pm – 2:00 pm —- LUNCH BREAK

2:00 pm- 3:00 pm
General Session 3: LEE STROBEL

The Unexpected Adventure

This session will help you take easy steps into a natural evangelistic lifestyle that will energize your own faith while making an eternal difference in the lives of the people you encounter. This will inspire fresh compassion and equip you with practical strategies for influencing others for Christ. Entire churches will be rejuvenated as congregations discover that evangelism can be the adventure of a lifetime–starting today.

3:15 pm – 4:15 pm
Breakout Sessions #2

  • Amy Davison: Gender and Sexuality (Main Sanctuary)

This practical session equips the believer to engage culture with truth and grace on its most vulnerable battlefield: sexuality. Attendees will learn how sex isn’t an act, but an expression of our worldview. We will then engage with leading secular movements, like sex positivity, to see how it’s fostering brokenness in millennials and Gen Z. And wrap up with practical tips on how a discipleship approach can help the church stand firm against the cultural tide. 

  • Kurt Jaros: Are the Gospel Reliable? (Room 213)

How do psychedelic mushrooms, tattlers, and tales demonstrate the reliability of the Bible? In this presentation, Dr. J explains how we can be confident in the message the Bible communicates to us. 

  • Mike Miller: The Apologetic Pulpit (Room 214)

Preachers have a unique opportunity do, teach, and model apologetics. Every time we stand to preach, we are communicating to skeptics and doubters. In fact, not only do we regularly preach to non-Christians, but the Christians in our audiences are continually assailed by well-sounding and persuasive arguments against Christianity. Therefore, the pulpit is a great platform from which to respond to those arguments as well as to bolster the confidence of the believers in our midst. This session will discuss some of the basic elements of apologetic preaching, such as how to find apologetic elements within the biblical text, how to craft arguments that stay true to biblical exposition, and how to communicate effectively to people with an already skeptical mind.

  • [Español] Jorge Gil: El Problema del Mal (Room 211)

4:30 pm – 5:30 pm
General Session 4: Audience Q&A With Keynote Speakers

5:30 pm Dismiss