DNOW (Disciple Now) is an on campus, weekend event, for teens.  DNOW is built around discipling students, introducing them to that process, and modeling for them what that lifestyle should look like.  Since discipleship happens in our community, not only does this make for a great entry point for students in our ministry, it also helps our students see that God moves where they live and they can serve where they are. 

Too often, we communicate a version of Christianity without trials, persecution, or problems. Teenagers are told that following Christ is the most important decision in their lives. And in faith, they trust Christ. Instead of being told “all who desire to live a godly life in Christ Jesus will be persecuted” (2 Tim. 3:12), many assume that everything in their world will be fixed. Except that doesn’t happen. And so many of our students question the love of Jesus and His plan for their lives. Why? Because what loving God would allow His children to face trials and persecution?

The only issue is that God’s love for His people can’t be viewed through what happens to us, but instead of what happened to Him. The measurement of God’s love for us starts on the cross, not in the trying circumstances we find ourselves in.

The study we’re going to be working through is called RELENTLESS: Pursuing Christ At All Costs. This study will help our teenagers begin to lay the foundation of a relentless faith that doesn’t wither in the face of hard times or persecution.

August 9th -11th, 2024
Check-in begins at 5:30 pm on Friday, August 9th, and concludes at 11:00 pm
Saturday 9:30 am - 11:00 pm

WHO IS IT FOR?  Any student grade 7th - 12th

WHERE WILL DNOW 2024 BE HELD?  Westwood 

$150 / Registration includes: meals, materials, and a DNOW Tshirt. 

*Registration closes on Friday, August 2nd, 2024.

*Payment is due in full by Friday, August 2nd (before the actual event)
*Credit card payments can only be made online when you register and will include an additional service fee.  If you choose to pay at a later time, the credit card payment option will not be available and payment will have to be paid by check or cash.  
When registering, you have the option to choose the registration type related to payment method.  


Scholarships are available. Please email Corey Elliott at [email protected] or Noel Steeley at [email protected] for more information.

WHO IS THE SPEAKER?  //Adam Robinson//
Adam Robinson grew up in Montgomery, Alabama.  After graduating from Samford University and Beeson Divinity School, Adam went on to work with Student Life Camp.  Adam is now the senior pastor at Double Oak Community Church in Chelsea and has served there for the past 15 years.  He resides in Birmingham, AL with his wife, Alison, and daughter, Rose.   

Chuck Hooten has had a heart for leading worship since he was young, and led worship for the first time when he was 16 years old. Aside from traveling around the world to lead worship at a variety of events, Chuck served on staff at Shades Mountain Baptist Church in Birmingham and is now at Shoreline Church in Knoxville, TN.  Chuck and his wife, Emily, have four daughters.