2018 Pastor Summit
Ministry in the age of Gender Confusion
Tuesday, September 11th
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Registration begins at 8:30 am
Join hundreds of pastors as we address what it looks like to live out the gospel in an age of gender confusion. Hear speakers talk about the biblical approach to loving those struggling with gender confusion or same sex attraction and enjoy the opportunity to discuss these issues with other ministry leaders.
This event is free for pastors and pastoral staff.
A complimentary lunch will be included.
Rosaria Butterfield, a former tenured professor of English and women’s studies at Syracuse University, converted to Christ in 1999 in what she describes as a train wreck. Her memoir The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert chronicles that difficult journey. Rosaria is married to Kent, a Reformed Presbyterian pastor in North Carolina, and is a homeschool mother, author, and speaker.
Bruce Ashford, PhD
Bruce Ashford is a Provost and Professor of Theology & Culture at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and Research Fellow at the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission. He lectures and blogs frequently on the topic of Christianity for the common good, creating thoughtful and helpful content that is faithfully Christian and can be put to work in the public aspects of life. He is the author of Every Square Inch: An Introduction to Cultural Engagement for Christians and One Nation Under God: A Christian Hope for American Politics.
Ryan T. Anderson, PhD
Ryan Anderson is a William E. Simon senior research fellow at The Heritage Foundation. Author of When Harry Became Sally: Responding to the Transgender Moment; Truth Overruled: The Future of Marriage and Religious Freedom; and co-author of What Is Marriage? Man and Woman: A Defense. His work has been cited by two U.S. Supreme Court justices in two Supreme Court cases.
Nigel "Legin" Anderson
Nigel “Legin” Anderson began producing music at the age of 15 and as well as writing rap lyrics. Music gave him an outlet to express his frustrations from a fatherless childhood, as well as his desires for a better life. At the age of 20 experiencing a brief reunion with his estranged father, his death shortly after, and a failed business endeavor that crushed his dreams, Legin hit his knees to begin pursuing the God his mother had told him about. The gospel completely changed Legin’s heart, passions and direction. His desire for music took on a new meaning; to share with anyone listening to the life changing, renaissance message of Jesus Christ.
Legin started Renaissance Movement Music with his girlfriend, now wife, and began to create art expressing his “Renaissance” (change). Legin produced three personal albums, as well as compilation and personal projects for other RM artists. He has been able to perform across the United States and the UK and has even performed twice at NewSpring, the 4th largest church in the country.
In concert Legin uses an energetic stage presence to express passion, transparency, and the gospel. Fans become family and truth is shared plainly as he uses his art to challenge the culture and any message contrary what is life giving.