Get into the Game
VBC 2020 Men's Conference
GET INTO THE GAME (Isaiah 6:8)
When: Friday, March 6, 2020, 6pm-9pm (Check-in begins at 5:30pm) and Saturday, March 7, 2020, 8am-2pm (Breakfast begins at 8am. Lunch served 12pm-1pm.)
Cost per attendee:
Includes dinner on Friday, breakfast and lunch on Saturday
Two Days - $50/men 18+ years; $25/youth 12-17 years after February 23
EARLY BIRD PRICING: $45/men; $20/youth by February 23
One-day Only Attendance - $25/person
Each attendee's packet will include a free book that will be useful on your journey, conference booklet, pen, and snacks. Bring a Bible if you have one (can also be provided).
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Men of all ages and backgrounds are welcome! If you are searching for purpose and identity…this conference is for you!
WHY SHOULD I ATTEND?
With so much confusion in our day about what a man is supposed to be, we believe you will greatly benefit from this experience as you pursue God’s plan for manhood. Come enjoy camaraderie and inspiration as we learn to live out together what God designed us to be!
Saturday General Session starts at 8:30am
About Our Keynote Speaker
Dr. John Anthony Fernandez
Senior Pastor of Grace Church Napa Valley
Professor of Theology & Pastoral Training at Cornerstone Seminary
B.A., University of California, Berkeley
M.A., Talbot Theological Seminary
M.Div., The Cornerstone Seminary
D.Min., The Master’s Seminary
John began his pastoral ministry at Dartmouth Baptist Church in Dartmouth, Massachusetts in 1981. He subsequently founded and pastored Family Bible Church of Pleasanton, California and then served as Director of Adult Ministries at Community Bible Church in Vallejo. He has been Pastor of Grace Church of Napa Valley since 1994. John taught theology at Grace School of Theology and Ministry for over 20 years and at Cornerstone Seminary since it’s founding. He has trained pastors in Russia, Philippines, India, Nepal, Spain, Bolivia, and Uganda. He has a B.A. from Cal in Ancient Near Eastern Archaeology and History, M.A. in Biblical Studies from Talbot Seminary, M.Div. from The Cornerstone Seminary, and a Doctor of Ministry from The Master’s Seminary. John and his wife Pam were married in 1973 and have four children and sixteen grandchildren.