Are you fully committed to embracing God's plan for your life? Youth and Christian Leaders are invited to join us as we explore what it means to pursue the path that God has set out before each one of us.
During your visit, you will have the chance to explore the campus, interact with students and professors, and get a glimpse of life at KMBC. This is a great opportunity to learn more about KMBC and strengthen your relationship with Christ in just one weekend. Be sure to mark your calendars for this year’s pastor and Christian leadership conference: All-In! Discover more about KMBC and what it means to be All-In the Kingdom of God at this FREE Conference!
Rev. Cory Clark
Rev. Cory Clark is an experienced evangelist who, along with his wife and three children, has served in a variety of positions throughout his ministry. He is a dynamic and powerful speaker skilled in taking complex Scriptural truths and making them accessible to all ages.
We welcome you to join our campus family during this exciting event. Throughout the weekend, KMBC is providing the seminars and meals FREE of charge! A love offering will be taken during the services. We look forward to seeing you here! “All-In” is an event geared toward youth, but will include specific sessions for pastors and others involved in Christian leadership.
Pastors and youth leaders:
Bring your youth! Give your students opportunity to go deeper in their walk with Christ and be introduced to Christian Higher Education! There will also be activities and events specifically for students as well. Students will be housed in KMBC dorms.
Housing on the Kentucky Mountain Bible College campus is limited. Those bringing youth will be given priority followed by first-come first-serve. Youth will be hosted in the college dorms with current students. For all other guests, local hotel information is listed below.
There is a nice selection of restaurants in the Jackson area. These restaurants are no more than 15 minutes away from the KMBC campus. Most of these restaurants are located on the main drag through Jackson which is Highway 15. There are also a few that are located on Main Street by the court house.