SUMMER CONFERENCE 2020 REGISTRATION OPENS 3/1!

February 28, 2020

SuCo 2020 registration opens at midnight on Friday, March 1. Reserve your spot for the best week of the year!

RUF SuCo2020 Week 1 Registration

RUF SuCo2020 Week 2 Registration

RUF SuCo2020 Week 3 Registration

Week 1: May 4-9

Speaker:

Reverend Robert Cunningham, Tate's Creek Presbyterian Church, Lexington KY

Robert Cunningham is the Senior Pastor of Tates Creek Presbyterian Church in Lexington, KY. In addition to his responsibilities as pastor, he is a regular contributor to the Lexington Herald Leader and the religion and culture commentator for Kentucky Sports Radio. He also is the host of a cultural engagement podcast Every Square Inch. He is a graduate of Covenant Seminary, where he met his wife Abby. Robert and Abby have four sons--Holt (11), Charlie (8), Owen (7), and Henry (3). Outside of family and ministry, Robert enjoys reading, fly-fishing, golf, and passionately (verging on idolatrously) supporting University of Kentucky Athletics.

Week 2: May 11-16

Speaker:

Reverend Michael Aitcheson, Planting Pastor, Christ United Fellowship, Orlando FL

Michael Aitcheson is the Organizing Pastor of Christ United Fellowship in Orlando, FL. Michael was born in Miami, FL. He received the B.S in Social Work from the University of Kentucky where he played football on scholarship from 2002-2006. He has served in several ministry capacities since 2004 and completed the Master of Divinity at Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando in 2011.  Michael was ordained a PCA Teaching Elder in 2013. He is married to Lucy Burgin Aitcheson of Birmingham, AL. She is currently a family Nurse Practioner in pediatrics. They are the parents of Leah Jean, Annie Celeste, Carissa Joy and Hannah Mae.  Mike enjoys people, good food and fun conversations!

Week 3: May 17-22

Speaker:

Reverend Elbert McGowan, Senior Pastor, Redeemer Presbyterian Church, Jackson MS

“Pastor El” was born and raised in Jackson, MS. He moved to Huntsville, Alabama where he enrolled at Alabama A&M University. After graduating with a Mechanical Engineering degree, Elbert accepted a job with General Electric Aircraft in Cincinnati, Ohio. While in Jackson, Elbert had watched drugs ravage his family. While living in Cincinnati the LORD began to bring healing, hope, and help to his family through the gospel witness of Trinity Church PCA. Seeing his family’s conversion made him long for Jesus to save and change him as well. And that’s exactly what happened! Elbert was converted on the couch in his apartment in Ohio while reading a Bible he had been given. He found a local church where godly men cared for and taught him what it means to be a disciple of Jesus. Elbert took a new job with GE in Kentucky. However, he also felt called to preach the Gospel. He was licensed to preach at Eastview Missionary Baptist Church. He served bi-vocationally as a minister of evangelism and outreach. His passion to share the gospel grew and resulted in a full-fledged prison ministry. He married Karen in 2004. They prepared for a life together in Kentucky, but God had other plans. His parents and others began to tell them about an intentionally multi-ethnic church being planted in the old building of Trinity Church, PCA. Elbert and Karen relocated two months after getting married, to Jackson in order to study at Reformed Theological Seminary (RTS) and serve as an intern at this new church plant - Redeemer Church, PCA. In 2007, Elbert founded a Reformed University Fellowship campus ministry on the campus of Jackson State University. It was the first RUF at a Historically Black College or University. After serving students at JSU for nine years, he accepted a call to be the Senior Pastor of Redeemer Church. Elbert and Karen have two children, Karis and Tripp. They live in Jackson and remain deeply in love with this city, its people, and what God is doing there. They are excited to be a part of what God is doing to make broken things new!

Location: Laguna Beach Christian Retreat, Panama City Beach, Florida

Questions? Contact your local Campus Minister.