Theme: The Prevailing Church

Dates: March 15-16, 2019 (Friday-Saturday)

Location: New Life Community Church





Jeremy Treat

Pastor Jeremy’s childhood was spent in the arctic snows of Alaska. A reading of C.S. Lewis’ Mere Christianity in 12th grade sparked a passion in Jeremy to dive deeper into studying theology. This passion led him into pastoral ministry and through various institutions of higher education as he earned a colorful variety of degrees. In 2012, he and his wife, Tiffany, moved from Illinois to Los Angeles to serve Jesus at Reality LA. Jeremy currently serves as the Pastor for Preaching & Vision at Reality LA. He, his wife, and their four daughters currently reside in Los Feliz.


Bryan Loritts

Pastor Bryan Loritts is the privileged husband of Korie and the graced father of three sons— Quentin, Myles and Jaden. He serves the Abundant Life Christian Fellowship of Silicon Valley, California as the Lead Pastor. An award winning author of five books, Pastor Bryan Loritts co-founded Fellowship Memphis in 2003 and later founded The Kainos Movement- an organization committed to seeing the multi-ethnic church become the new normal in our world. In addition to his responsibilities as a pastor, Bryan travels extensively throughout the world preaching the Good News of Jesus Christ at conferences and events, as well as serving on the board of trustees for Biola University and PineCove Christian Camps. 


David Larry Kim

Pastor DL is the Lead Pastor of Harvest Korean Presbyterian Church of Orlando. He oversees the congregation through preaching, teaching, counseling and leadership. He is happily married to Olivia and is the proud father of Emmanuelle ("Manny"), Elijah and Elyse. He is a graduate of Reformed Theological Seminary and the University of Virginia. He loves missions and enjoys playing and watching sports.


Harold Kim

Harold is the founding pastor of Christ Central of Southern California (CCSC), located in Fullerton and Artesia, CA. He serves on the Board for Christ Central Network (CCN) and as President for SOLA. He received his MDiv. from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and ThM from Princeton Theological Seminary. Harold is married to Sun Hi, and father of two teenage daughters, Taylor and Elizabeth. His great passion is to see lives changed, as Jesus Christ becomes central, to everything.


Seminar Topic: Experiencing the Power and Nearness of God

The church of Jesus Christ will outlast and surpass every organization, club or group in changing lives. How so? And how can you be a part of it? Discover the unique features and functions of the church's God-given power and presence to heal the world, according to Apostle Paul.


Kim Kira

Kim is the primary preaching elder at Lighthouse Community Church in Torrance, California. His ministry is driven by a deep desire to encourage people with the transformative power of the Gospel, the Good News that offers not only entrance into heaven but powerful and practical hope for change in everyday life. Beyond ministry, Kim loves to spend time with his wife Jen and their four children, Caleb, Josiah, Karissa, and CJ.

Seminar Topic: Dating, Marriage, and the Gospel of Christ

Too often in our culture, marriage is seen as a means to have our needs met, and unfortunately dating follows suit. In reality, the key to marriages that have great hope, joy, and purpose is that they understands this truth: marriage exists for Christ more than it exists for us. This seminar will focus on how a Gospel-Centered understanding of marriage should inform and encourage our dating relationships.


Min Chung

Rev. Dr. Min J. Chung is the founding and lead pastor of Covenant Fellowship Church, an interdenominational, multi-ethnic ministry located on the campus of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He received his Master of Divinity and his Doctorate in ministry and counseling from Biblical Theological Seminary. Along with his pastoral duties, Pastor Min is a board member of Serving In Mission (SIMUSA), GKYM, and KIMNET. He is also an adjunct professor at Urbana Theological Seminary. He is one of the founders of the youth movement Joshua Generation conference (J-Gen), as well as the college movement, One In Love conference (OIL). He currently resides in Urbana, IL with his wife, Gee, and five children, Joshua, Daniel, Ruth, Hannah, and Sarah.


SEMINAR TOPIC: Are You Called By GOd?

Our God is a God who calls His people. But what does the call of God look like? This seminar will help you to discern God's calling on your life and debunk some of the misconceptions surrounding the call of God. Furthermore, this seminar will challenge you to live a calling-oriented life.


Justin Kim, Ben Shin, Isaiah Cho (Moderator)

Justin Kim serves as the lead pastor of Bethel English Church in Irvine, CA. He is husband to Virginia and father to Tabitha, Barnabas, and Maximus. Prior to BEC, he has been an active minister of the Word on both American coasts. Besides church, he loves to go on a food adventure around California. He attended James Madison University and has a Master of Divinity from Reformed Theological Seminary. He is ordained under the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) and joyfully serves as a board member for the SOLA Network.

Benjamin C. Shin has served in the ministry as a pastor, parachurch leader, and professor for more than 25 years. He is a graduate of UCLA, Talbot School of Theology, and Dallas Theological Seminary. He enjoys reading, music, sports (especially the UCLA Bruins), and spending time with people. His vision and passion includes mentoring leaders, re-building churches, and teaching the Word of God. He is married to his bride, Jen and has 2 wonderful boys named Adam and Zachary. He currently serves as the Teaching Pastor at New Life Vision Church in Glendale, CA and as an Associate Professor of Bible Exposition and Director of the Asian-American Ministry track for the Doctor of Ministry at Talbot School of Theology in La Mirada, CA.

Isaiah Cho is the College Pastor of Cerritos Mission Church. He also serves on the SOLA Executive Team, and in KCM as the Campus Liaison for UCLA KCM. Isaiah is an alumnus of UCLA and is currently finishing up his M.Div studies at Talbot School of Theology.

SEMINAR TOPIC: Serving - How to Pour In without Burning Out

God's people have been equipped to exercise spiritual gifts for building one another up. Service to others is the way of Jesus. But service is not always glamorous. How can we faithfully serve without burning out? What does faithful service to Jesus and others looks like in the context of the local church?


Steve Chang, Steve Choi, Michael Lee (Moderator)

Steve Chang serves as the founding and senior pastor of Living Hope Community Church as well as a council member of SOLA Network. He is a graduate of UCLA (B.S. in Computer Engineering), Dallas Theological Seminary (Th.M) and Talbot School of Theology (D.Min.). He feels blessed to live with “the three most beautiful women in the world”, his wife Hannah and his two daughters, Christine and Janice.

Steve Choi is the lead pastor of Crossway Community Church, which he planted in 2007. With the vision of reaching Orange County with the gospel, Crossway is a multi-site church with congregations in Irvine and Brea. Steve received his ordination in the Presbyterian Church (1999), graduated from Talbot Seminary (1998) and received the degree of Doctor of Divinity (honorary) from Ebenezer Seminary. Steve is married to Sharon and have two daughters (Carissa and Ashley).

Michael Lee serves as the lead pastor of All Nations Community Church in Lake View Terrace, California. Originally from Atlanta, he attended the University of Southern California (majored in philosophy), and Talbot School of Theology (MDiv). Michael is one of the founding pastors of the SOLA Network and currently serves as a council member. Before serving at All Nations, he was a college and worship pastor for eleven years and staffed for a regional campus ministry in Southern California.

SEMINAR TOPIC: Leadership for the Emerging Generation

As the emerging generation continues to grow and mature, the responsibility and opportunity for leadership follows suit. But what does leadership in the local church specifically and life in general look like for the emerging generation? How can members of the emerging generation be equipped to be leaders in their generation? This seminar panel will unpack the importance of leadership and ways to grow in leadership.


Roy Kim, Susette Magana

Roy Kim, M.Div is a licensed marriage and family therapist and certified sex addiction therapist candidate. He has a private practice in Fullerton, CA, and hosts 2 podcasts: The Same Boat, and SA Speakeasy. He is married to Jenn and is the proud stepdaddy to Audrey.

Susette Magana, M.A. is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist with a private practice in Long Beach, California. She has specialized training working with two groups: Christians from all denominational backgrounds and people who have experienced betrayal, including infidelity or pornography addiction, in a relationship. Her training included working in community mental health, where she focused working with children and teens in the foster care system whose placements were in danger in communities in South and East Los Angeles. She currently lives in Long Beach, CA with her husband, Will and her pug, Omar.

Seminar Topic: Christ-Centered Ways to Address Mental Health

Issues surrounding mental health have been brought out more visibly into the spotlight of the wider culture, and yet the church continues to shy away from it. These two Christian therapists will help you understand why there is such a stigma in the church surrounding mental health, sex addiction, and counseling. You will discover ways to overcome those stigmas so that you can lovingly and effectively minister to others who are struggling, and confidently ask for help for yourself.


More speakers to come!



6:30PM    |    Registration Opens
7:30PM    |    General Session #1   | David Larry Kim  |  Citizens & Saints
9:30PM    |    Snacks & Fellowship
10:30PM  |    End Night

9:15AM    |    Registration Opens
9:45AM    |    General Session #2  |  Bryan Loritts |  Citizens & Saints
11:45AM  |    Lunch
1:30PM    |    Seminar Session #1
2:45PM    |    Seminar Session #2
3:45PM    |    Free Time
5:30PM    |    Dinner
7:30PM    |    General Session #3  |  Jeremy Treat |  Citizens & Saints
9:30PM    |    Conference Ends



Q: Who can attend this conference?

A: This conference is designed for college and up (high school seniors eligible).

Q: Can I pay for partial attendance?

A: Unfortunately, partial attendance will not be offered for this conference.