Speaker Available (Spring and Summer 2016)

Over the past 7 years, God has been burdening my heart to help students and youth pastors develop a Missional Focus as they reach students in their community. I am also in the process of writing a book entitled Goodbye Ordinary: A Transformational Approach to Missional Student Ministry. One way I have been working on getting that message out is by doing more speaking. Below is some information on that ministry. If you have any upcoming events that need a speaker, keep me in mind. I am currently booking for Spring and Summer 2016. I am available for Spiritual Emphasis Week, Camps, and Retreats. There two events that I am currently doing. The first is a Christian Leadership Event for Church and Community Leaders. The second is a Parent Seminar. There is also information about an optional Youth Seminar. If you would like to book an event or get some more information, please feel free to give me a call, send me an email, or go to our website at http://www.powerhouseyouth.us and check out my blog at http://www.crash-pointofimpact.com. I have also attached my Bio so you can find out more about me. Thanks and I look forward to hearing from you.

Randy Brown’s heartbeat is to relay Biblical Truth to a generation seeking relevant Christianity in today’s world. With a culturally relevant style, Randy shows the importance of understanding God’s Word so that we may show God’s love to an unbelieving world. When the Bible seems complex to understand, Randy shares real-life examples to teach teenagers, parents, youth leaders, and even pastors how to focus on Jesus, and show Christ-like love to everyone around them.

Randy speaks about…

1.) The Importance of a Biblical Worldview

2.) The importance of developing a Missional Student Ministry

3.) The necessity to live a life of discovery by “Transformation”

4.) The importance of understanding the “Whole” Gospel and living it out.

5.) The Importance of Missional Living.

6.) Biblical Approach to Using Social Media

7.) Parenting in 21st Century

8.) CrossCurrent: Developing Student Leaders to Lead and Influence Their Culture.

A veteran Youth Pastor of 25 years, Randy brings life to the Scripture in such a way that every person attending your event senses his deep desire to live life together. The community he desires to build with your leaders is rivaled only by his heart for delivering God’s message. Randy’s heartbeat is investing his life in the hearts and minds of junior high, high school and college students, but there is no doubt his ability to communicate with parents and youth leaders is equally effective.

Interested in more background information on Randy?

FAMILY – Wife, Candace, and three children, Emily, Bethany, and Sarah.

ACADEMICS – Graduate of Columbus State University in Columbus, GA holding a Bachelor of Arts Degree with an emphasis in Social Sciences; Ordained Minister; Master of Youth Ministry Degree from Wesley Seminary

SPEAKER – Spoken at various Retreats, Summer Camps, and School Chapel Services across the country.

WRITER – Current contributor to the Youth Worker Journal and writes the weekly Crash: Living Life at the Point of Impact Blog.

TEACHER – Former Associate Pastor of Students and Families at Temple Baptist Church in Jamestown, ND. Also Guest Faculty at the University of Jamestown where he teaches an Introduction to Christian Ministry Class. Specific topics include: Missional Living, Worldviews, Apologetics, Creation, Relationships, Arts & Entertainment, American Heritage, Absolute Morality, Understanding Evil, World Religions and Relevant Christianity.

TRAINER – Former President of the Jamestown Evangelical Ministers Association and ND State
Coordinator for the National Network of Youth Ministry.

MISSION – “. . . to change the course of a youth culture in America.” With a passion for the youth in America, Randy has walked with teenagers and their families for 20 years in order to teach young people how to imitate Christ in a world longing for answers. “…Love God…Love your neighbor…what else is there?” (Matthew 22)


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