Mid-Cities Community Church
8700 State Highway 191 Midland, TX 79707-1787 United States
Doors open 30 minutes before main sessions.
7:30p - opening session
9:30p - afterparty
9:00a - main session
11:00a - seminars
12:00p - lunch break
2:00p - main session
4:00p - seminars
5:00p - dinner break
7:30p - closing session
9:30p - worship concert
9:00/10:20/11:55a - optional afterglow service
Brian came to Vanderbilt University on a football scholarship in 1997. It was there that God radically changed his life and birthed in him a passion to preach the gospel. It was also at Vanderbilt that he would meet an even better athlete and future wife, Chavonne.
In 2002, Brian began working in full-time ministry after completing the School of Ministry. He returned to Nashville where he served as a campus director for Every Nation Campus on several campuses including Vanderbilt, Tennessee State, and Fisk. He also helped lead several mission trips to places such as India, South Africa, Jamaica, and Haiti.
In 2007, Brian and his family moved to Orlando, Florida, to serve alongside Pastor Tim Johnson in starting Orlando World Outreach Center. He has served as youth/campus pastor and associate pastor, and has seen God do amazing things at the University of Central Florida. While in Florida, he also completed his Masters of Arts at Asbury Theological Seminary. He is currently working on his doctorate of ministry at Asbury Theological Seminary.
In 2013, team Taylor moved to Cincinnati to launch Bethel Cincinnati Church. Chavonne works alongside Brian as he pastors and leads the church. They have three beautiful children: Elijah, Saniya, and Joshua.
Daniel Stephens serves as the senior pastor of Mid-Cities Community Church in Midland, Texas. Mid-Cities has grown to over 2,700 people in weekly attendance under Daniel’s leadership. He currently serves on the North American Strategic Team for Every Nation.
Daniel is a graduate from Texas Tech University and has done post graduate studies at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois. He has a heart for church planting and equipping the church to advance God’s kingdom here on the earth.
Daniel is married to his bride, Kayla, and they are proud parents of twin boys, Jonah and Jude (11), and daughters Kampbell (8) and Anna (5).
Sabrina Sanchez Robertson answered the call to ministry in 2006 as a senior at the University of Texas, and became the first Latina in Every Nation Campus to develop her fully-funded partnership team. In 2009, she married her college sweetheart Troy Robertson and today they have two children, Elaina Reese and Reed Dennis. Over the last ten years, she has served as both a campus missionary and director. Her experience includes multi-generational discipleship, international evangelism, and leadership development. She is currently focused on raising her children, making disciples, and launching women into ministry.
Nicholas Jones, better known as Nick, is the North American director of Every Nation Campus. Growing up in North Carolina as the baby of three boys, Nick surrendered his life to Christ at the age of fourteen. His pursuit of a genuine relationship with God continued into his time in college at East Carolina University (ECU), where he met his wife Heather and felt the call into full-time ministry during his sophomore year. He served with the Every Nation Campus chapter at ECU, and upon his graduation in 2001, Nick began his journey into ministry by attending the School of Ministry in Los Angeles, California. Nick and Heather’s passion to see the college campuses reached with the gospel led them to faithfully serve as the campus directors on the Every Nation Campus chapter at their alma mater for nine years. It is that same passion that led them to Nashville with their kids, where Nick would begin his tenure as the North American director. He currently oversees over 150 chapters in North America, providing vision, leadership, and training for current and future campus missionaries nationwide. Nick and Heather live in Franklin, Tennessee, with their three future world-changers Elijah, Noah, and Chloe. When he is not strategizing on how to reach the next generation, you can find him outdoors, often spending his spare time either playing sports with his kids or in the woods.