Truth in Action

With so many voices fighting for our attention finding the truth is complicated. We believe tough but honest conversations, backed up by facts play a crucial role in understanding the truth.

 

The only way to drown out all of the noise is to witness a clear presentation of the truth. There are many questions when it comes to Christianity and whether or not it is culturally relevant. We heard your questions, and we have complete answers.

What is Conscious Christianity?

Conscious Christianity is a collective of educators who teach biblical truth using a unique mixture of culture, faith, social awareness, history, and scholarship.

We not only want people to know the truth through premium lectures but we want to engage people and provide answers to the burning questions they have.

March 22 – 23, 2019 in Houston, TX at Crossover Bible Fellowship, we will host a 2-day event on crucial topics affecting our culture and address how to make a positive impact that will last.

Conscious Christianity is similar to taking an interactive course that answers all the questions you’ve wondered about belief.

Premium Lectures

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The Woke Church in Action

To learn how the history of racism in America and in the church has tainted our witness to a watching world and move beyond safe conversations about reconciliation and set things aright for our soon-coming King, who will be looking for a WOKE CHURCH.

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Social Justice & The Gospel

What does it mean to be black in America? How does your ethnic background affect your current belief? We will seek to answer these questions and others as we uncover how race and faith impact everyone in our society.

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Urban Apologetics in Action

Kemetic sciences focus on people of color and their connection with Egypt (Kemet). Some attempt to revive a new spirituality based on ancient Egyptian belief. However, are the claims true? What are the similarities and differences to Christianity?

Speakers

We have gathered some of the nation’s leading voices who have spent years studying society, ethics, culture, religion, and history and can communicate the truth to many of our burning questions.

  • Dr. Eric Mason Author, Speaker

    Dr. Eric Mason is the co-founder and Lead Pastor of Epiphany Fellowship in Philadelphia. Eric received his Master of Theology from Dallas Theological Seminary as well as a Doctorate degree from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and is the author of Manhood Restored, Unleashed, Beat God to the Punch and Woke Church.

  • Dr. Sarita Lyons Main Session Speaker

    Dr. Sarita has over 20 years experience as a psychotherapist. Dr. Lyons is an adjunct professor at Drexel University’s College of Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and earn a J.D. from Villanova School of Law and a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Drexel University’s Law and Psychology program

  • Damon Richardson Main Session Speaker

    Damon is a Ph.D. candidate and itinerant Bible teacher and founder of UrbanLogia, a Christian theological and apologetics resource that specializes in Urban Apologetics which seeks to dispel myths and untruths about Christianity

  • Dr. Tiffany Gill
    Dr. Tiffany Gill Author, Speaker

    Dr. Tiffany M. Gill is a professor, historian, and a nationally recognized researcher and scholar of African American History. Dr. Gill was named one of the top 25 Women in Higher Education by Diverse Issues in Higher Education in 2018.

  • Jerome Gay Jr. Author, Speaker

    Jerome serves as the Pastor of Vision Church in Raleigh, NC. He uses biblical truth and makes it relevant to life, culture, relationships and ministry in the urban context. Jerome has his Master’s Degree in Christian Studies and Ethics from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and is the author of the book, Renewal.

  • Ernest Grant II Breakout Session Speaker

    Ernest Cleo Grant, II is an inner-city missionary with a heart for the urban context. He’s served as the Connections Pastor at Epiphany Fellowship of Camden his role focuses on community outreach, civic engagement, the assimilation of new converts and disenfranchised Christians into the life and mission of the church. His articles have been featured in The Courier Post, Christianity Today, Desiring God, RAAN, and other publications.

  • Blake Wilson
    Blake Wilson Q&A Panelist

    Blake Wilson serves as the Pastor of Crossover Bible Fellowship in Houston, Texas. Blake has a Master’s Degree in Christian Education from Dallas Theological Seminary and was formerly the co-director of The Center for Youth Ministry at the College of Biblical Studies. He is the author a the discipleship guide, Operation Transformation.

  • Tina B
    Tina B Spoken Word Artist

    Tina B has a way with words. She was a featured artist in SXSW in 2016, and she has appeared on ESPN, NBC, KCEN, leading radio stations in various cities. With poems such as “Mic Check” and “Pray for Me” Tina B says one of her greatest privileges in poetry is being able to create stories that people can relate to and ultimately lead them to Christ.

  • Sir Thomas Spoken Word Artist

    Sir Thomas uses his past hardships as poetry as a missionary tool to encourage, enlighten, and point people to Christ by applying biblical truths to real life situations.

Topics Covered

A pivotal part of the event will be our question and answer session. After each premium lecture you will get the opportunity to ask a related question on the content or get answers to any other questions you have.

  • Is Christianity a White Man’s Religion?
  • Was Christianity “White-Washed”?
  • Black Identity in America
  • Race & Religion
  • Was Christianity Invented to Enslave?
  • What is the Council of Nicea?
  • Folk Theology vs. Biblical Theology
  • Africa’s Influence on the Bible
  • Theological Imperialism
  • Racial Reconciliation

Schedule

Friday, March 22, 2019 (Day 1) at 6:00PM

  • Doors Open (6:00pm)
  • Introduction
  • Opening Panel
  • Musical Artistry
  • Spoken Word
  • Main Session
  • Break
  • Dismiss / Resource Time / Book Signing

Saturday, March 23, 2019 (Day 2) at 9:00AM

  • Doors Open (9:00am)
  • Welcome / Artistry
  • Introductions
  • Spoken Word
  • Main Session
  • Breakout Sessions
  • Break
  • Breakout Sessions
  • Lunch
  • Spoken Word
  • Main Session
  • Question and Answer Panel

Register

  • Full Conference
    $40
    • 3 Premium Lectures
    • 4 Breakout Sessions
    • Opening Panel
    • Question and Answer Panels
    • Lunch Provided (Saturday)
    • Video Included
    • Audio Included
    • VIP Question Status
  • Livestream Online
    $30
    • Livestream Premium Lectures
    • Livestream 2 Breakout Sessions
    • Livestream Opening Panel
    • Livestream Q&A Session
    • Standard Q&A Status

Location

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The conference will be hosted at Crossover Bible Fellowship, a gospel-centered church located in northwest Houston, Texas.

Crossover Bible Fellowship
12332 Perry Road
Houston, TX 77070

With space to hold 1,000 people, Crossover is home to many other a life-changing conferences such as Mannafest Men’s Conference, Sex and The Gospel as well as Naked & Unashamed, a conference focused on marriage.

Let’s discuss the elephant in the church

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