ReGen 2:20 is back for 2021
Registration opening mid June
August 6-8, 2021
Whats New In 2021
Location & Lodging
We are excited to have Camp Illiana host ReGen 2:20 this year. We can now offer overnight lodging for the entire weekend! We will have plenty of space
We highly recommend staying on site all weekend to get the most out of ReGen 2:20 however we will still offer regular tickets without lodging.
This year we will be breaking out into small groups after each session. This will offer a smaller and more intimate setting for sharing. We will not be doing individual workshop topics this year.
Joses Killey Laguerre
Joses Killy Laguerre is a native of Mirbalais, Haiti. He is married to Myrlande, and blessed with three daughters: Jada, Jaimee, and Jael. He is a former pastor of a multiethnic church (with a Haitian predominance) in Indianapolis where he and his family reside. His passion for ministry has led him to minister to the Haitian community through an online radio broadcasts for more than 5 years (inawam.org). He attended the State University of Haiti (FDSE) where he received his bachelor degree in Economics ( 1998-2002). He also earned a bachelor degree in Biblical Studies from the Holiness Bible Institute of Haiti ( 1999-2003). He attended Union Bible College in Westfield Indiana (2004-2007), and he is in the process of finishing his Master of Divinity (MDiv)at Indiana Wesleyan University/ Wesley Seminary.
He currently works for UPS as a Tractor trailer Driver, and enjoys playing ping pong, watching sports and action movies in his spare times. He also enjoys playing guitar both as a hobby and a way of worship to God. His latest album with Ethan Stoops is titled “Journey of Praise”.
Praise & Worship
Ryan Sutter & Band
We are blessed to once again have Ryan Sutter and his team from N. Indiana at Regen 220! If you were here in 2019 and 2020, you know, these people can lead worship! Such wonderful people with a gift to lead people into the presence of God. New songs, new energy, and a desire to serve you this year at Regen 2:20!
**This is an approximate schedule. A final schedule will be released before the event.**
Friday, August 6
Tim Timmons Concert
Saturday, August 7
Singing & Sharing Service
Sunday, August 8
Q: When does registration open?
A: mid June
Q: Is there a deadline to signup?
A: We won't close registration unless we run out of room, but there is no point in waiting to find out if that happens. Also, you must sign up by TBD in order to get a free ReGen 2:20 t-shirt.
Q: What is the minimum age?
A: You must be at least 15 years old to attend ReGen 2:20.
Q: I'm in my 20's, am I too old to come?
A: Absolutely not. ReGen 2:20 is for young adults. We want you to be here! Last year we had a bunch of people in their 20's and upper 20's. We even had some young married couples join us.
Q: Can I sign up multiple people in the same order?
A: Yes, however, you will need to fill out details for each person you sign up.
Q: I'm a youth pastor or a pastor, can I come to Regen 2:20 too?
A: Absolutely. Whether you have youth coming or not, please feel free to join us. If your youth group is coming to ReGen 2:20 then we definitely encourage you to come!
Q: Will food be provided?
A: Yes. a few of our amazing local churches will provide meals for you for the entire weekend.
Q: I want to tell my church about this, do you have materials to show?
A: Yes, you can use the following materials:
Q: I have some more questions, how can I talk to someone?
Q: Do I need to find my own place to stay?
A: No, we are now offering lodging options directly at ReGen 2:20. This is new for this year and we are excited to be able to offer this option. This means you and your friends can stay at ReGen 2:20 for the entire weekend.
Q: What if I can't afford to buy tickets?
A: We absolutely don't want anyone to not be able to come because of money. Please reach out to us if you need assistance.
Q: What do I need to bring if I am staying overnight?
A: The only thing provided is a building and a bed to sleep on. Please bring your own bedding, towels, toiletries, and any other needed items.
Concert - Friday Night
After two decades of ministry and a lifetime of looking for Jesus, Timmons is no stranger to pain, cancer, sorrow, failure, joy and hope. “For most of my life,” Timmons shares, “I found myself working FOR God, and not WITH Him, which lead to my tired soul desperately searching for more. Saying, ‘Jesus, is this all there is?’”