To register please contact Andrew Thomas

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20/20 FAQS


Student's going into 8th grade through just graduated seniors


International Youth Convention of the Church of God Ministries to be held in Orlando, FL


July 2-7, 2020


Orlando, Fl (World Marriott Center)


To create space and opportunities for life change through: Relationships, Worship, Service and Relevant Messages.

How much? 

Total Cost: $695 per student when registered by December 29

Deposit:  $50.00 deposit per student that will be deducted from the total cost due December 29

Payments: 5 payments after deposit the end of February, March, April, May and June of $129.00 each. 

Late Registrations: The total cost per student when registered after December 29 is $725 upon receipt of the $50 deposit and registration. This will increase your 5 payments to $135.00 each. 

All students who are registered will need to be paid in full by Sunday, June 21, 2020

Fundraising opportunities will be made available.

Who do I contact for more information?

Andrew Thomas

Director of Student Ministries



*Tentative Schedule - Subject To Change*

Thursday, July 2

7:30am Check-in at StoneBridge Church in the Student Center

7:55am Send off Prayer

8am leave for Orlando, Fl

7pm Hotel stop just outside of Atlanta, Ga (Hotel TBD)

Friday,  July 3

4pm Arrive at Orlando World Center Marriott

4:30pm Registration and Check-in @ IYC

4:30-5pm Leader's Prayer Time (all leaders are welcome)

5-5:30pm Leader's Meeting (A representative from your group required)

5:00pm Dinner @ World Center

7-9:30pm Main Service: NPIO

9:30-10:15pm Process/debrief time with individual groups

10:30pm Late Night Venue - for King & Country

Saturday, July 4

9:15-9:45am Main Leaders only Session

10-10:55am Student Conference Session 1

10:05-12:10pm Youth Ministry Institute

11:20am-12:15pm Student Conference

12:30pm Lunch @ World Center

1:30-2:30pm Afternoon Venue- Jared Hall

5pm Dinner @ Disney Springs

7-8:45pm Main Service NPIO and Zane Black

9pm Hotel Fireworks Display

10pm Process/Debrief Time

Sunday, July 5

6am Sign in for 5K

10:30am-12pm Main Service Alanna Story

12:05-12:35pm Jimmy John's Lunch Pick -Up

1-5pm Impact Orlando

7:45-8:45pm Main Service: Worship and preparation for Silent Walk

8:45pm Silent Walk

Monday, July 6

10:00am-12pm Closing Service Alanna Story

12pm- Head back to Findlay, OH

10pm- Hotel just outside Knoxville, Tn (Hotel TBD)

Tuesday, July 7

8am Depart from Hotel to Findlay, OH

4:30pm pick up at Stonebridge Church back in the D Parking Lot


  • Zane Black

    Zane Black is passionate about the new life and purpose that he has found with Jesus, and sharing it with teenagers across the nation. It wasn’t until after high school that Zane discovered following Jesus is the greatest adventure in life. Zane has a unique way of relating to students about the struggles they’re going through and shows them the freedom they can have in Christ.

  • Megan Fate Marshman

    Megan Fate Marshman loves God and his church. She travels and speaks to magnify him, writes books to glorify him, shepherds a few in their pursuit of him, and creates environments to partner with him. She loves sharing Jesus at churches, conferences, and chapels around the world. She currently lives in Long Beach, California, with her husband and two boys.

  • Sam Collier

    Sam Collier is a communicator at North Point Ministries and the host of nationally syndicated podcasts “A Greater Story w/Sam Collier” and “The Countdown w/Sam Collier.” Through his nonprofit No Losing, Inc., he has empowered over 100,000 young people to have a winning mindset in life to achieve their goals by creatively making education relevant. Sam is from Atlanta, Georgia, and loves spending time with his beautiful wife and family.

  • Steve Carter

    Steve Carter is a pastor, teacher, and writer. His heart’s desire is to bring Jesus into every conversation and every space he occupies. His book, This Invitational Life, calls people to risk themselves to align with God’s heartbeat for humanity. Steve is also the co-host of the Relevant Sports Podcast, a weekly show that talks about the intersection of sports, culture, and faith. Steve lives in Phoenix with his wife Sarah and their two kids.


  • Jared Hall

    Jared Hall uses illusions and comedy to present the gospel of Jesus Christ in relevant, engaging ways. Traveling extensively across the nation, he performs his illusions for many conferences, festivals, outreach events, youth camps, and more. Jared’s heart and passion are to partner with churches and ministry organizations to share the message of hope and forgiveness that is found in Jesus Christ.

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  • For King and Country

    Soaring melodies, driving rhythms, theatrical instrumentation, and personal themes are the heartbeat of for King & Country. The Australian duo is comprised of brothers Joel and Luke Smallbone. They have won multiple Grammy awards and sold out arenas across the country on their concert tours. Joel and Luke were at IYC2014 in Nashville, Tennessee, and are excited to be coming back to IYC2020 in Orlando!

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  • North Point Insideout

    North Point InsideOut is a student ministry in metro Atlanta where over 3,000 high school students gather each week. It is part of North Point Ministries, which is led by Andy Stanley. InsideOut’s goal is to “lead students into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ by inspiring them to Love God, Lead Different, and Lead the Way.”

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  • Alanna Story

    Born into a family with a deep faith and musical heritage, sisters Anna and Ally had a passion for music from a young age. Over the years, doors opened for Ally and Anna to share and lead together and in 2008 Alanna Story officially began. The band was divinely (and literally) formed into a family, comprised of Ally’s husband, Stephen (electric guitar/ mandolin), Anna’s husband, Ben (drums), and Joel Burkhead (bass), whom the girls consider a brother. Uniting incredible talent and more importantly sincere hearts for worship, the band creates a powerful, dynamic atmosphere for others to encounter the presence of God.

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Cost: $22.00                                   Virtual Run Cost: $25.00

The IYC2020 5K4Freedom is being held Sunday, July 5 beginning at 6:30AM at the golf course of the World Center Marriott.  Participants will gather between 6:00-6:25AM  to sign in and stage for the run.  All proceeds from each registration from the 5K will help fight human trafficking through CHOG Trafficklight Ministry.  

Those who can't be onsite for IYC but still wish to participate may register for the "VIRTUAL" 5K and do their own run at their convenience in a location of their choice.  Virtual runners will receive a medal and certificate of participation after the race. (The additional $3 will cover shipping and handling.)  

Deadline to register for the 5K4Freedom is May 11, 2020.   

IYC History

The International Youth Convention of the Church of God, better known as IYC, was launched in 1924 as a youth day. In 1930, the first three-day, biennial youth convention was held. Over the years that have followed, International Youth Conventions have been held in all regions of the United States—as well as in three Canadian provinces. In the late 1990s, the Youth Ministry Team developed an overall purpose statement for IYC: to create a moment for life change. This purpose drives everything that happens at the convention. Because of IYC, thousands of young men and women have made life-changing decisions. Hundreds have decided to go into full-time vocational ministry or missions, and hundreds more have indicated they are serious about living as Christ-centered leaders. Since 1992, participants have given back to each host city with an estimated $850,000 worth of total volunteer service hours. Still, the giving goes beyond the IYC host cities. Since 1998, nearly 4,200 attendees have participated in IYC-related mission experiences in eleven countries. Over 40,000 students and leaders have attended IYC since 2002. IYC wants to make a lasting difference. Since 2006, IYC has partnered with churches in communities where the event has been held to help plant churches and serve in various ways with existing churches. IYC also helps to nurture a giving heart and a lifetime focus on others. Collectively, students have given hundreds of thousands of dollars to Spread the Word, allowing young people to purchase practical tools and resources for evangelism worldwide.

IYC welcomes all churches and leaders from any Bible-believing church group or denomination.