Around two-thousand years ago, the Apostles and other faithful Christians walked through this land that is now Turkey, bringing the gospel of Christ and planting churches as they went. Two-thousand years later we’re still at it. Like those first Christians, we’re committed to planting churches that glorify God and send out others to do the same.
Our desire is to see healthy churches planted in this land again, but also all over the world. If this is your desire as well, join us alongside local believers and pastors from different parts of Turkey as we gain wisdom from the seven churches mentioned in the book of Revelation.
Conference/ 8-11 April 2019
This option gives you a stay at hotel (4 star) for 3 nights, including breakfast and joining 7 Churches conference.
Tony Merida is pastor for preaching and vision of Imago Dei Church in Raleigh, North Carolina. He’s also the content director for Acts 29, producing blogs, podcasts, and other resources on church planting. Tony has an extensive itinerant ministry and has written several books, including The Christ-Centered Expositor, Ordinary, Orphanology, and eight volumes in the Christ-Centered Exposition commentary series, of which he also serves as a general editor, along with Danny Akin and David Platt. He is happily married to Kimberly, and they have five adopted children.
Philip Moore is the network director of Acts 29 Europe. Philip has also been pastoring a church in Lagny, east of Paris, for the past eleven years. By God’s grace and with the help of Acts 29 Europe, this has developed into a small network of church–planting churches in the Paris area. Philip is married to Rachel and they have five children.
Kerem Koç planted Antalya Protestant Church in 2010 and still pastors it. A year later he began Via Christus Ministries in order to provide resources for Turkish believers, publish Christian literature, and provide training for Turkish pastors. Kerem also serves as the Acts 29 Director for Turkey. He has a heart for his homeland because it remains one of the largest unreached nations today. Kerem is married to Buse and they have two children.
Q. When does registration open?
A. Registration will open at 8:00am on the first day of the conference. Please ensure you are registered before the first session begins at 9:00am.
Q. When can I check into my room?
A. Check in is from 3pm.
Q. Are meals included in my conference ticket?
A. If you are staying at the hotel, breakfast will be included. Refreshments, cake and cookies throughout the conference will be provided for all attendees. Lunch and dinner will not be included, although there are many restaurants close to the hotel for which set menus will be arranged.
Q. I would like to come earlier before the conference starts and/or stay after the conference has finished. How do I book and pay for extra nights?
A. Please email email@example.com and we will be happy to help.
Q. How can I help others attend the conference?
A. At the end of your registration, you will be given the opportunity to contribute towards a bursary fund. All contributions will go towards providing conference tickets to those who would have otherwise been unable to attend. Thank you in advance for your generosity.
Q. My question has not been answered here. How can I contact you?
A. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Q. Will there be shuttle at the Antalya Airport?
A. Yes, pickup will be on April 8 every hour between 5:00pm to 10:00pm, and drop-off will be on April 11 for those who are leaving after the conference from 7:00am to 1:00pm.
full refund will be given for bookings cancelled before February 15. Bookings cancelled between February 15 – March 10 will be given a 50% refund. Any cancellations made after March 10 cannot be refunded but the option will be given to donate your ticket to someone else. All cancellations will incur a $10 admin fee.
|225$||Single Room / Only Conference - through Apr 9|
|175$ / person||Double Room / Only Conference - through Apr 9|