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May 11-13, 2022

schedule & breakouts

when & where

Date: May 11-13, 2022

785 West Bowie Street, Fort Worth, TX 76110


Registration Cost: $50 per person

*Register by: May 1, 2022, 11:59pm Central Time

session topics

Pre-Conference Sessions

Exploring Collegiate Church Planting: looking under the hood of 3 collegiate church planting networks.

  • Redeemer Church, Lubbock, TX
  • The Commons Church, East Lansing, MI (Salt Network)
  • The Well Church Network, Huntsville, AL

Starting a College Ministry from Scratch

General Sessions

Your First Priority
Navigating the Cultural Divide
The Most Strategic 1%

Breakout Sessions

Leadership Pipeline
Calling Out the Called
Developing a Collegiate Global Sending Strategy
Reaching Forgotten Groups on Campus
Starting Your Leadership Team
Engaging Your Campus
Multiplication. What’s that?
Creating a Culture of Disciplemaking
Reaching International Students
Small Groups 101
Defining Success For Your Ministry
Habits of a Healthy Leader
Teaching for Spiritual Formation
Creating a Sending Pipeline
College Ministry + Local Church
Developing a Healthy Staff and Team Culture
Engaging and Equipping College Students



12:30PM   Pre-Conference Check-in
1:00PM   Pre-Conference Sessions

  • Collegiate Church Planting
  • Starting a College Ministry

5:30PM   Registration Opens
6:30PM   General Session #1
8:15PM   Late Night Party


8:00AM   Doors Open
9:00AM   General Session #2
10:30AM   Breakout Session #1
12:00PM   Lunch
1:00PM   Breakout Session #2
2:30PM   Breakout Session #3
4:00PM   Team Collaboration
6:00PM   Dinner Connect (dinner on your own)


8:00AM   Doors Open
9:00AM   Team Collaboration
10:30AM  General Session #3 
12:00PM   Conclusion


  • Mitch Tidwell

    Collegiate Ministry Associate

    Mitch has worked for the SBTC since 2011 serving in collegiate mobilization, disciple-making and now leads our collegiate team. He believes that the most strategic generation is the next generation.

    Mitch received an undergraduate degree in business from Liberty University and his graduate degree in theology at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He lives in Fort Worth,TX with his wife, Olivia, and son, William.

  • Kelsey Barnhill

    Collegiate Ministries Assistant