The Acts 29 US West Conference is a 3-day experience to help encourage and equip pastors, church staff and lay leaders like you! You will be challenged in your personal lives while being re-invigorated to plant churches that think globally and see lives changed.
November 4 - 6, 2019
The Downtown Reno Ballroom
401 N Center St, Reno, Nevada
Acts 29 US West recommends staying at the Silver Legacy Resort & Casino or the Circus Circus. The Downtown Reno Ballroom is next door to the Silver Legacy, and Circus Circus is just one block away. They both offer free garage self-parking, complimentary valet service, and a daily airport shuttle service every 30 minutes.
Monday, November 4
4:00 p.m. - Registration
5:00 p.m. - Session 1
Tuesday, November 5
9:00 a.m. - Session 2
10:30 a.m. - Break
11:00 a.m. - *Workshops 1
12:00 p.m. - Lunch Break
2:30 p.m. - Session 3
4:00 p.m. - Break
4:30 p.m. - *Workshops 2
Wednesday, November 6
9:00 a.m. - Session 4
10:00 a.m. - Break
10:30 a.m. - Session 5
12:00 p.m. - Conference Close
*Workshop descriptions will be announced closer to the conference.
Please check your email for updates.
SPEAKERS & MUSIC
Hunter Beaumont is Lead Pastor of Fellowship Denver Church, which exists to see a gospel movement that fills Denver with disciples of Jesus. He also serves on the board of Denver Institute of Faith & Work and the Network Leadership Team of Acts 29 US West. Hunter is a softcore outdoorsman, avidly mediocre at several Colorado pursuits: skiing, cycling, and fly fishing. He has a MTh from Dallas Theological Seminary and was a CPA in his previous life.
Ryan Kwon is the Lead Pastor of Resonate Church, Fremont, CA. Originally from Los Angeles, CA, Ryan was called out of his hometown to plant Resonate in 2010. He is passionate about gospel-centered doctrine and preaching, and has a vision to see many churches planted in the San Francisco Bay Area. A sought out speaker, he is actively involved with Exponential conference and The Gospel Coalition. He also serves on the board for Acts 29. Ryan is married to Jenni and they have two sons and
Joel Limpic lives in Denver, Colorado, with his wife and three daughters. He has served at Park Church for more than 6 years as their Pastor of Liturgy & Arts and helps run The Verses Project, a collaborative project that creates musical & visual art to help others memorize & meditate on Scripture.
Francisco began his ministry as a teenager and during the last 20 years has preached in several countries around the world. He is the lead pastor of Casa de Libertad in Guatemala City, which he planted 11 years ago. He is also the director for Acts 29 Latin America, working to see healthy churches planted throughout the continent. He has a passion to reach others with the Gospel through church planting. He lives in Guatemala with his wife Carol and his 4 children: Mateo, Ian, Alexia and Sofia.
Doug Logan is Co-Director of Church in Hard Places and Vice President of Collaboratives with Acts 29. He has been involved in urban ministry for nearly 20 years. In 2011, he planted Epiphany Fellowship of Camden with his wife, Angel. They have three adult sons and three grandchildren. He is the founder of the On the Block Collective, and author of ‘On The Block: Developing a Biblical Picture for Missional Engagement.’
Brian Howard has 25 years of proven leadership experience as a leadership coach, non-profit executive, church planter, lead pastor, and business owner. He has successfully started two businesses and several non-profit corporations, and currently coaches leaders as the executive director of Context Coaching. He also leads church multiplication for the Pacific Church Network. Brian is the chairman of the Acts 29 Board, and the Network Director for the Acts 29 US West Network, where he directs church planter training, coaching, networking, and leads the network leadership team. Brian holds a Master's degree from Talbot School of Theology. He has been married for 24 years to the love of his life, and they have four children, ages 12-18.
Edward and his wife Rebekah, planted THEMOVEMENT.CHURCH in Oakland, California in September of 2013. Over the last 6 years God has moved mightily in and through their church to reach Oakland with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. In September of 2020 they will plant another church in Oakland to carry on their mission of Overwhelming Oakland with Love! In addition to pastoring locally, Edward has a passion for training and encouraging church planters in the Bay Area. He trains church planters as a Send Network Trainer, he’s a faculty member for City to City Bay Area, and he started Oakland Church Planters - a collective of planters, from various denominations, committed to unity through mutual encouragement and prayer.
Group Registration - For groups of 5 or more $79 (Available until September 30)
General Registration $99 (Available until September 30)
Late Registration $109