Jesus Culture, one of the most successful Christian movements in drawing young adults to Christ, wants to invite us to their annual conference this year. Situated this summer at the annual Jesus Culture Conference in Los Angeles at the Long Beach Terrace Theater, the conference is from August 4-6, 2016.
This conference will feature the passionate worship and preaching featuring speakers John Gray, Lisa Bevere, Banning Liebscher, Jeremy Johnson, and Nathan Edwardson. Worship music will be led by Jesus Culture Artists, Kim Walker-Smith, Chris Quilala, Bryan and Katie Torwalt, and Chris McClarney. Registration for the Jesus Culture Conference opens February 5, 2016.
"Every year we are in Southern California, God does something significant in our midst," said Banning Liebscher, director of Jesus Culture. "Last year was one of the most impactful gatherings I have ever been a part of and each year the momentum seems to build. There is something about the Los Angeles area and Jesus Culture. God moves incredibly when we're down there and I can't wait to see what happens this summer."
The Jesus Culture Conference is a 3-day event consisting of worship, preaching and interactive teaching sessions and lunch and dinner breaks. At the Jesus Culture Conference, the mandate is simple: to raise, equip, and mobilize those who are coming to fulfill the call of God on their lives and see campuses, cities and nations transformed.
Jesus Culture has just released their new live album, Let It Echo. This is the first album recorded live at their church in Sacramento, CA. This is the group's ninth live album and first Jesus Culture release with their partnership with Captiol Christian Music Group. Click here to get Let It Echo at iTunes. Let It Echo captures the heart of the community of the one-year-old church in Sacramento seeking Jesus with a desire to know Him more and to see this passion spread from cities to nations.
The project's songs were written from experiences the church community encountered together. This album includes 12 new songs featuring Kim Walker-Smith, Chris Quilala, Bryan & Katie Torwalt, and more.Media have already recognized this singable, congregation ready worship album from Jesus Culture. Here is what the media have to say about Let It Echo:"For more than 15 years, Jesus Culture has walked the line of making worship music that is lyrically solid, singable and just really good. Their latest album is no exception.
To register for Jesus Culture Conference, visit www.premierproductions.com.