A NEW KIND OF DNOW.

February 21-23, 2020 | Memphis, TN

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW:

EVENT Date: February 21-23
Cost: $60 January 1 – February 8 | $80 starting February 9

Speakers & artists

Jordy mckaskle

SPEAKER

JEFF MAXWELL

WORSHIP

321 IMPROV

COMEDY GROUP

SHANE WILBANKS

ILLUSIONIST

CATALYST…
A New Kind of DNOW!

CATALYST…

 

CATALYST…
A New Kind of DNOW!

A New Kind of DNow!

 

SCHEDULE

DAY 1 -2.21.20
6:00 p.m. – West Lobby Doors Open
6:45 p.m. – Fellowship Hall Doors Open
7:00 p.m. – Session One
9:00 p.m. – Dismiss to Host Homes for Small Groups
11:00 p.m. – Lights Out

 

DAY 2 -2.22.20

7:30 a.m. – Rise and Shine. Breakfast at Host Home.
8:45 a.m. – Fellowship Hall Doors Open
9:00 a.m. – Session Two
10:30 a.m. – Breakout Session #1
11:25 a.m. – Breakout session #2
12:15 a.m. – Lunch in Gym/Courtyard
1:00 p.m. – Free time. *Dinner with your Life Group.
6:45 p.m. – Fellowship Hall Doors Open
7:00 p.m. – Session Three
9:00 p.m. – Dismiss to Host Homes for Small Group
11:00 p.m. – Lights Out

 

DAY 3 -2.23.20
7:30 a.m. – Wake Up, Pack Up, & Clean Up
8:30 a.m. – Fellowship Hall Doors Open. Breakfast Provided.
9:20 a.m. – Session Four
10:45 a.m. – Dismiss

 

FAQ

What is different about this year’s event?
Catalyst a new kind of DNOW. For DNOW in previous years, Bellevue has partnered with different organizations such as the Lift Tour, Student Life Tour, etc to bring in production, personalities, and theme. This year we have chosen to create this event specifically for our students. We believe the Lord is calling us to create a new name for the event. Catalyst. Our prayer is to equip and inspire this generation of student to be a catalyst for spiritual awakening in Memphis and beyond. We believe by using our own resources, we have the freedom to pick a relevant, individualized theme and those who come and pour into to our students.  It also gives us the freedom to set our own schedule and add intentional discipleship moments into the event. We are excited to introduce Breakout Sessions to this year’s event, which you can learn more about below. 
what are breakout sessions?
Our students will have the opportunity to pick two different breakout sessions to attend. We have partnered with some of the best communicators who are passionate about their topics to lead our students in a deeper discussion. These breakout sessions are also intended to equip our students with the tools necessary to be a catalyst for spiritual awakening in their world. 
Where will my student be staying?
Your student will be hosted in homes of Bellevue members with a group of students the same age and gender. Each Catalyst Leader and Home Hosts are vetted and background checked in order to insure a safe environment for each student. To find out exactly where your student will be staying, contact their Bellevue Life Group Leader. If you do not have a Life Group Leader, call our Next Gen office at 901-347-5690. Our Catalyst Leaders will send emails directly to parents with all the details in the weeks leading up to Catalyst.
What does the cost include?
Your registration includes admission into each large group session and each breakout session, a Catalyst t-shirt and notebook, housing for the weekend, and all the fun! Students will be given all meals through Catalyst but Saturday night dinner. Please ensure your student has money for a Saturday night meal with their group.  Registration Fees: $60 before February 9 | $80 February 9 – 21
Who are this year's speakers and artists?
Jordy McKaskle is our Catalyst 2020 speaker. Jordy was the camp pastor at High School Beach Week in 2019 and is the pastor at FBC Marlow Oklahoma. He loves speaking to students and has been a featured youth speaker for many years. He is a great friend of our high school pastor, Steve Spence. 
321 Improv is a talented group of guys who love to have fun and make people laugh. 321 Improv will be a part of our Saturday night and Sunday morning sessions. 
Shane Wilbanks will blow your mind with his amazing talents! His illusions and air brushed paintings will capture the imagination and the hearts of his audience. Shane will be with us during the Friday night and Saturday morning large group sessions. Check him out at shanewilbanks.com . 
Jeff Maxwell is our worship leader for Catalyst. He is passionate about leading students in worshiping the Lord through music. He is joined by a worship band who is also talented musically and loves students. 

breakout sessions

POWER READING

God’s Word is alive, powerful, and packed with truth. Join us as we discover how to study the Bible more effectively. Whether you’re looking for a deeper devotion time or if you’re looking to breakdown Biblical truths, you will benefit from this breakout.

healthy habits for spiritual growth

Like food, water, and sleep are essential for our physical growth, these disciplines are essential for our spiritual growth. This breakout will cover spiritual disciplines and how you can strengthen your walk with the Lord.

IS YOUR SCHOOL A MISSION FIELD?

Do you consider your school a mission field? Have you thought about how to reach your school for the Gospel? If you’d like to be more intentional on your campus, but just don’t know how, visit this breakout!

EFFECTIVE GOSPEL CONVERSATIONS

Is the Gospel your heartbeat, but you struggle with how to communicate it to others? In this breakout, we will cover how to have effective Gospel conversations, how you can transition a conversation to the Gospel, and how to know when to share the Gospel. 

The grand narrative of scripture

Sometimes it can be hard to see how all 66 books in the Bible go together. Well, there was a Grand Narrative written over the course of time, that ties together seamlessly. If you would like to better understand the whole of Scripture and its timeline of events, join us in this breakout. 

It's ok to not be ok

Depression and anxiety are just two of the many mental health issues facing this generation. What does the Bible say and how can we come alongside our brothers and sisters in Christ? Whether you personally are struggling or if you are looking to help a friend, join this conversation, “It’s Ok to not be Ok.” 

LORD SEND ME

Called to Ministry. What does that even mean? Have you been having conversations with the Lord and your parents about ministry as your vocation? Join our pastors as we breakdown “The Call” and what that means for you today. 

IS THE BIBLE TRUE?

“We want depth!” We have heard your cry, and you will not be disappointed. “Is the Bible True?” will cover historical and biblical evidence that supports the innerrancy of Scripture along with why apologetics is important today. 

a taste of the nations

This interactive breakout will engage all your senses in a thrilling global experience. Learn about your brothers and sisters all over the world, about the cultures they call home, about the food they call dinner, and about how you can get involved in their story. 

MOVE

Do you like to have fun? Do you want to know how you can use fun for the Gospel? Come to “Move” and spend time both playing team building games and learning how to use those games at your school or with your friends to share Jesus. 

PAINT TALK

Learn how to communicate the Gospel through your canvas. If you enjoy painting and you’d like to use your gifts for the glory of God, you will not want to miss this breakout.

SOCIAL WITH PURPOSE

Almost everyone is on social media today, and there are a lot of messages being presented. Learn how to use your social media platform for the Gospel using the latest tips and trends.

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