On March 24, Trip Lee of Reach Records, Joseph Solomon of Native North, S.O. of Lamp Mode Recordings, Street Hymns, and Wande Isola will be among the 20-plus ministers who will assemble to equip disciples of Christ to make disciples for Christ at Legacy Houston 2018.
Those artist (except Street Hymns) will perform on Saturday evening, as well as teach earlier in the day.
Trip Lee will preach at the afternoon general session on “Growing as a Disciple of Christ.” The other plenary speakers will be pastors Bryan Carter and Juan Sanchez. The workshops that Solomon, S.O. and Wande will be leading are below.
This year marks The Legacy’s first gathering in Houston after 11 annual conferences in Chicago and two in Los Angeles.
Register for Legacy Houston today here.
Joseph Solomon: Introduction to Biblical Exegesis
Studying the Bible is not just for academic scholars. With some helpful tools and the guidance of the Holy Spirit, we can understand more deeply the purpose and narrative of Scriptures by ourselves and among other common believers.
This workshop will cover some basic and maybe intermediate approaches to understanding the heart of God’s Word and applying it to our everyday lives.
S.O.: Lessons From A Hopeless Romantic
What does it look like to be married and then move your bride from everything she knows a week after you are wed?
When two become one, this often happens. The journey full of newness could either be amazing or a tremendous disaster. Come and see which one it is as I share some lessons on singleness, courtship, and marriage.
Wande Isola: Using Modern Media to Glorify God
An exploration through the world of media and seeing how one can maximize technology to expose the world to faith, we will explore various modern media platforms as well as modern marketing strategies. We will also explore people in the Bible who used their creative gifts to glorify the Lord and see what parallels can be applicable to today’s world.
Street Hymns: The Missions of Battle Rap
We are called to make disciples of ALL nations. Is nation solely locational or could that also apply to cultures? As vulgar as battle rap may commonly be, is it possible to go into an explicit secular environment and be a light? Well… maybe you should ask Jesus…. or Street Hymns.