FX 2019

November 8-10

Ridgecrest Conference Center

Black Mountain, NC

The 21st annual Tsunami Ministries Fall Experience

is the perfect spiritual experience weekend for youth groups of any size and denominiation.  Come and join hundreds of awesome middle and high school youth from around the southeast at the best venue around for a weekend that will bless, equip, challenge and send your students back home with a new perspective on who God has created them to be, and inspired to impact their world.  FX is far more than a retreat.  IT IS AN EXPERIENCE!!!

You’ll find Christ-centered, relevant messages that will reach your students, along with high-energy worship and amazing production.  Ridgecrest is beyond beautiful and your registration fee covers…

  • Event fee
  • Speakers
  • Worship band
  • 2 Nights lodging (including linens and towels!)*
  • Top quality buffet meals (3 on Saturday and Sunday breakfast)*
  • Service Element
  • Saturday Night Event
  • FX 2019 T-shirt
  • Youth Workers Lounge (Adults ONLY!)
  • Much More!!
  • *Lodging and Meal Fee paid directly to Ridgecrest Conference Center by calling (800)588-7222. All lodging handled through Ridgecrest.

 

Registration Available Soon

Speaker: Adam Mosley

Adam Mosley is the Director of Global Business development at UZima Filters. UZima exists to make clean water affordable, measurable and attainable, utilizing an integrated approach to engage the need for clean water around the world. Before joining UZima, Adam Mosley planted and pastored Trinity Nakuru church in Nakuru, Kenya. Adam lives in Atlanta, GA with his wife and two daughters.

Band: Tsunami Collective

We will once again be lead in worship by Tsunami Collective, a group of talented musicians who come together just to lead us at FX. This group is a true blessing to Tsunami, always bringing a spirit of true worship.

MC and Saturday Night Talent: Humble TIP

Jason Lewis, aka “Humble Tip,” was born in Washington, D.C. The majority of his youth was spent in Capitol Heights, Maryland. Born and raised in the inner-city community, hip-hop was something Humble Tip was surrounded by his entire life. Growing up with both parents in the household, two brothers and one sister, Humble Tip learned the value of family and church.

Oddly enough, it wasn’t until he decided to attend Liberty University that he realized his gift of rhyme. This Emcee explains “I never wanted to do this whole rap thing. I wanted to go to school and become a sports agent. I never, ever saw myself rapping.” In fact, the artist says that his father almost had to force him to do his first performance.  Armed with in depth knowledge of Gods word, academic success, and a deep connection with and passion for this youthful generation, Humble Tip is determined and focused on making an impact on the culture.