Divine rhythm 2018

January 26-28

Mills Auditorium, Gatlinburg, TN


Every day we are faced with choices of how we spend our time, what we devote our lives

to and who we choose to follow. We are all searching for a "Divine Rhythm" to our lives.

Join us for a weekend retreat where young adults come away to worship, fellowship and serve.


The message


Olu Brown is married to Farrah D. Brown and they are the proud parents of two children. He also serves as the lead pastor of Impact Church,a young congregation in the East Point Community of Metropolitan Atlanta, GA. (www.impactdcd.org) With Olu’s vision and leadership, since its founding in 2007, Impact has grown from a team of 25 people to more than 1,800 attendees each Sunday. Olu strongly believes in an active church, one that makes a meaningful impact on the lives of individuals and communities.

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Our Worship Leader for the weekend is Elias Dummer. He is the worship director at The Village in Nashville. Elias was the frontman for the worship band The City Harmonic and is the songwriter behind well-loved songs like “Manifesto”, “Holy (Wedding Day)”, “Let There Be Light” and “Oh What Love." He is also a contributing writer for Huffington Post, Worship Leader Magazine, and WorshipTogether on topics related to worship and music. Originally from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, Elias now lives in Nashville, TN with his wife Meaghan and their five kids.




Registration will be available by mail and online.

Register online here

Register by mail by downloading this form

Register by December 31 for the Regular Registration Rate of $40/person

After December 31 Registration is $55/person




5:30 p.m.: Registration Opens
8:00 p.m.: House opens for seating
8:30 p.m.: Session I

9:00 a.m.: House opens for seating
9:30 a.m.: Session II
11:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.: Medic Blood Drive, Outside Convention Center

7:30 p.m.: House opens for seating
8:00 p.m.: Session III

9:00 a.m.: House opens for seating
9:30 a.m.: Session IV