FEAR NOT:
CHRIST'S CALL FOR COURAGE IN A
WORLD OF CHAOS

The 11th-annual Building Tomorrow's Church conference (June 8-11) will be focused on the Lord's call for his disciples to FEAR NOT. This command is just as relevant for Christ's disciples today as when these words were first spoken nearly 2,000 years ago.

You don't have to search far to see how Christians are being persecuted in many ways and in many places around the world. Followers of Jesus Christ are  insulted, ostracized, and attacked in almost every corner of the world—and even in the supposedly more "civilized" societies.  

And yet Christ's call is the same in every place and in every generation:

FEAR NOT.

At BTC18, attendees will be encouraged by the preaching of God's Word to put away fear of man and to fear God and trust him. As our Lord told his disciples in Matthew 10:28-31,

"And do not fear those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. Rather fear him who can destroy both soul and body in hell. Are not two sparrows sold for a penny? And not one of them will fall to the ground apart from your Father. But even the hairs of your head are all numbered. Fear not, therefore; you are of more value than many sparrows.."

What Makes BTC Unique?

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REFORMED

BTC is a one-of-a-kind conference ministry designed by Reformed Baptists for Reformed Baptists. We make no apologies for standing upon a confessional foundation as we seek to interpret the Word of God and apply it to our lives.

rELATIONAL

Genuine, potentially life-long friendships are born every summer at BTC. We thank the Lord for what He has done through this conference to bring like-minded young believers from churches across North America together each year.

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REAL

The messages at every BTC conference are rooted deep in theological truth while remaining extremely applicable to daily life. Times of discussion and prayer encourage attendees to take the messages seriously in their lives.


It was a good reminder that young people do care about sound doctrine and can be reached without watering down the message.”
— Pastor Rob Cosby, Tucson Reformed Baptist Church