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ReGen 2:20 - 2020 is a wrap

Main Speaker

Asher Witmer

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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, 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!

Workshop Leaders

ReGen 2:20 workshop series

What Does the Bible Say About......

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works

What do works look like? Does God accept my GOOD works without a transformed heart? Do they come out of obligation or obedience?

josh swartzentruber

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sex

If God created sex and it’s good, why can’t I enjoy it before marriage? Is masturbation related? Can I just mess around, never go all the way?

sam coblentz

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spiritual gifts

How can I know what my gifts are? Can I have multiple gifts? When do I use them?

chris raber

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prayer

What is the formula? Is it important in the Believers life? Are there requests that we should avoid?

Phil raber

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Idols

Really, isn’t that just OT jargon? How do I identify idols in my life? But I really love_______-fill in the blank.

tim weaver

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relationships

Why are they important? How do I resolve conflict? Do I really need people?

lonnie raber

media

Can secular media influence my way of thinking? How should I behave on Social Media?
Is there anything really wrong with today’s music?

rob ryan

peer pressure

How can I say no? I don’t feel very brave, how can I get the courage to stand strong? Is there such a thing as “good” peer pressure?

marlon wagler

your tongue

Is it really full of deadly poison? Does it reveal my heart? Can I both curse and bless with it? Life and Death can come from my mouth?

Terry Pickett

forgiveness

What does it look like? Is it OK not to forgive sometimes? Does it make me look weak?

eric miller

Ambassadors

DEvin

kenney

Hey everyone I’m DK! Things to know about me: I went to Barr-Reeve High School. I played basketball and baseball all 4 years of High School! I was part of our FCA group for 4 years. I enjoy to fish, hunt and hike. I attend church at Providence Mennonite Church,and I am very active in our youth group.

renae

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Hey, folks! My name is Ranee (or Rae). I’m not good at describing myself but here goes:

  • I am 22 years old.

  • I have lived in Montgomery, Indiana all my life. 

  • I’m the oldest of 8 children. I have 4 brothers and 3 sisters.

  • I have an office job at a lumber yard. No, it’s not accounting and it’s not secretary work. I’m more of an assistant/salesperson, I guess. 

  • Journal,writing, and doodling have always been a passion of mine. 

  • I’m out of things to say, so I’ll close with this... come out and join us at Regen220. You won’t regret it! 

Kadence

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Hi I’m Kadence(Kadee),

My parents are Roger and Lisa Claridge and I live here in Montgomery, IN. I have one brother, Kyle Claridge and he is happily married to his wife Kayla. I am a Barr-Reeve 2020 graduate and I plan to pursue Nursing at Vincennes University in the Fall. A few things about me....I am a pretty competitive person, I love golf and tennis. However, I am pretty bad at bowling. I love driving my Jeep, that I’ve affectionately named Moss. Also, I love to bake and be in the outdoors. I’m always up for an adventure and I’m not a fan of quitting....anything. One thing about me, I have a great dislike for clowns! I am very excited to be a ReGen Ambassador this year and hope to see you all there!

Kenzie

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Hello, my name is Kenzie, I’m 23 years old and currently work as an artisan designer in the luxury market. My free time hobbies are writing/drawing and getting lost in my own daydreams (whee, there I go >>> ᕕ( ᐛ )ᕗ ).

 

I love making others laugh, hot tea, people that are okay with being dorky, and memes. Lame puns and questionable style choices are an integral part of my personality. I love meeting new people as well, so if you’re coming to ReGen, and you don’t know anyone, feel free to find me!

 

I became a Christian at a very young age. I was baptized at 16 and then was later rebaptized at 21 after years of feeling like I wasn’t really saved. Every day since has been a hard won battle, but it’s worth every inch gained!

 

The part of ReGen 2:20 that I’m most excited about this year is the opportunity to meet other young adults that are seeking God’s will in their lives and the chance to start a regeneration that changes me permanently into the better version of myself that God intended for me to be. 

wes 

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