Disciple Now 2022
REGISTER, SCHOLARSHIPS, & F.A.Q.
D-NOW 2021 is here!! The first event of 2022 for GSM is going to be INSANE! This year, we're talking about abiding in Jesus, and how that reveals to us how we can be our true, authentic selves. With powerful teaching from Nick Hurst, and AWESOME worship from DBU Chapel Worship,it's going to be a weekend you for sure don't want to miss.
What is D-NOW?
Disciple Now (D-NOW) is a weekend retreat/conference event for 6th-12th grade students. Friday night to Sunday morning , students will participate in large group worship, small group Bible studies, and Saturday afternoon outreach/recreation. Church members host the students in their homes, organized by grade and gender, and each group is led by college students, all cleared with background checks, thorough interviews, and appropriate training.
DATES: February 18-20, 2022
COST: $75 per student ($65 for each additional sibling)
DEPOSIT: You can secure your registration with a $25 deposit per student.
Cost includes event registration, appropriate materials (small group booklets, etc.), all meals, and a t-shirt.
WHERE is D-NOW?
D-NOW combines events at multiple locations across Parker County. Please see the list below for all the info:
• Greenwood BC: Check-in, Small group #4, and Check-out
• North Side BC: Large group worship, small group #2, Saturday lunch
• Host Homes (GBC Members): Small groups, meals, students also stay the nights here.
What is The sCheDULE?
Schedule will be uploaded to this section as soon as it is available in detail.
WHO CAN GO TO D-NOW?
All students currently in grades 6-12 are eligible to attend D-NOW.
CAN STUDENTS BRING PHONES TO D-NOW?
Yes. Students are allowed to bring their phones to D-NOW. However, if the phone proves to be too much of a distraction during large group or small group times, or at night around or during bedtime, college leaders and student pastors may take them up until the next day, or until the session is over. Some leaders may also require students to all charge their phones at night in the same place to ensure they are not a distraction or keeping students awake too late.
WhAT SHOULD I BRING TO D-NOW?
You can click here for a D-NOW packing list.
WHO IS SPEAKING/LEADING WORSHIP?
Born and raised in Live Oak, Florida, Nick received his call to preach the gospel at Crossroads Summer Camp in July 2012. From here, Nick began to lead different clubs and groups in high school, which presented opportunities to preach and communicate the gospel to his peers.
Since 2015, Nick has served as head evangelist for The HowToLife Movement and has traveled and preached the gospel for different churches and events throughout the United States, Europe, and the Caribbean.
Nick is an alumnus of Liberty University where he received his Bachelor of Science in Biblical & Theological Studies. He and his wife, Chelsea, currently reside in Greenville, SC with their son, Hudson.
DBU Chapel Worship
DBU Chapel Worship is a collection of students from Dallas Baptist University who lead the student body during campus-wide weekly Chapel services. The students involved desire to lead their peers through authentic and heartfelt worship of a holy and loving God. Throughout its history, DBU has had one mission – “to transform the lives of students who will transform the world.” We come alongside that mission to facilitate transformation in the lives of DBU students, while also being transformed ourselves through education, discipleship, and training.
I STILL HAVE MORE QUESTIONS
You can email Ty Hirsch (Fuse Middle School) or Jon Hartman (Ignite High School) with any further questions you may have.