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Saturday, November 18 • 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Big Room Saturday—P.M.

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Fred Lynch

Fred Lynch is a dynamic communicator who takes the expressions of this generation and uses them to glorify God through relevant, relatable, and radical truth. He speaks in schools for Rachel’s Challenge, inspiring students to resist bullying and live a life of care and compassion. Fred helped found P.I.D. (Preachers in Disguise), and... Read More →

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Brandon Grissom Band

Brandon Grissom is a singer/songwriter from Denver, Colorado. Although he was raised in the dusty backwoods of Oklahoma, he spent more than a decade leading worship at Willow Creek Community Church in Chicago. Brandon now regularly plays at Cherry Hills Church in Denver as well as at various conferences, churches and events around the country... Read More →
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DJ Bobbito

DJ Bobbito is one of the most active deejays in Los Angeles, California. He’s been a deejay for more 14 years, touring nationally and internationally with PAX217. You can find him in any environment, from corporate events to private parties to national conferences. He can also be... Read More →
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Sharon Irving

“I take a deep breath and step out on faith.” Those words have been a mantra for Sharon Irving — songstress, songwriter, spoken-word artist, worship leader and actress. Sharon has been a part of the worship team at Willow Creek Community Church in Barrington, Illinois, for several years and was a participant on... Read More →
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The Skit Guys

Tommy Woodard and Eddie James are the Skit Guys. They’ve been best friends since high school. Think of them as the wise guys in class who had everyone laughing — and they managed to make a career out of it! For more than 20 years, they've been teaching God's Word, using comedy, d... Read More →

Saturday November 18, 2017 7:30pm - 9:30pm
East Hall

Attendees (27)