ReGeneration Project Hosts 800 at Annual Forum

2022 Regeneration Forum on Nov. 5

Dec. 13, 2022

After a two-year hiatus, the ReGeneration Forum returned to host its annual ReGen Forum on Nov. 5 at Christ Community Church in Milpitas, Calif. The event sold out, with more than 800 individuals and 60 churches in attendance to hear from speakers Alisa Childers, John Mark Comer, Josh Ryan Butler, and others.

The theme of the Forum was “Truth/Lies: God’s Good Truth In a 'My Truth' World."

"Younger generations especially are under increasing pressure to not believe in God’s truth and form new versions of Christianity that fit today’s cultural norms and ethics," says Dan Kimball, DMin, director of the ReGeneration Project. "This forum was a mind and heart-stretching day."

A number of Western Seminary faculty, students, and alumni were involved, including Kimall, Comer, Gerry Breshears, Isaac Serrano, Jay Kim, Chris Nye and Megan Ryan.

Regeneration Project is a gospel-centered ministry of Western. It exists to encourage church leaders and new generations, equipping them with ways to respond to the difficult questions being asked today about theology, the Bible, church and Christianity in general.