Our purpose



Our purpose
Primary (ages 6 to 9):
Meridian – Lobby Level
Preteen (ages 10 to 13):
Houston – Ballroom Level
Teens (ages 14 to 19):
St. Louis – Ballroom Level
General Sessions:
Meridian – Lobby Level
his year’s Youth Revelation Conference will explore “The Amazing You.” Join us for
the adventure of a lifetime! We will explore the amazing potential and possibilities
that exit within each one of us. This conference gives youth the tools and inspiration needed to blaze new trails. This multisensory, 4-day conference will translate into a renewed
sense of confidence and creative expression, offering valuable building blocks as youth go
into the world. As Rev. Michael Bernard Beckwith says: “Since the beginning of time the
heart of the wisdom teachings of the ages has revealed that YOU and I are the sacred site
of Spirit.” Come and celebrate the awesome and spectacular inner universe called You!
ur purpose is to create an environment
where our youth can express from the heart.
Our highly trained, spirited facilitators embody
unconditional love in order to create an exciting and
liberating experience for our youth.
Our goal is to share the power of love and how it
brings forth transformation and freedom.
We are here to celebrate the Explorer in everyone and the beauty of Life’s journey.
Agape Explorers
Rev. Leon Campbell, Jr.
Director, Youth & Family Ministry
Catherine Hammons, ALSP
Program Coordinator
Rev. Arlene Hylton-Campbell
Director, Teen Agape & Odyssey, Agape’s Ministry for 20 -29 year olds
Master Explorers
Michael Dyer, ALSP, Experiential Learning
Sabela • Tisha Marina
Teen Explorers – Ages 14 to 19
Gregory Johnson, ALSP
Jaelyn Jones • Reggie Rijkaard
Mila Maren • April King
Preteen Explorers – ages 10 to 13
Chris Alford • Tazima Davis
Jenny Stinson • Nailah Mu’ied
Joseph Pinckney • Charlotte Ferrell
Deborah Blohm
Primary Explorers – ages 6 to 9
Judy Julin - CEO, Engage Enterprises and
Jacque Adamu, ALSP
Janie Robertson, ALSP
Roseann Offutt
Visiting Explorers
CosmiKids Vibes
Jeannine Proulx
Glow and Grow Process Art
Jonathan Kidder: Possibili-topia & Puppet
Turasa Yoga
Thursday, April 26
6:30 pm to 7:15 pm:
The Adventure Begins!
Sign In
7:15 pm to 10:00 pm:
Opening Ceremony
Friday, April 27
8:15 am – 12 Noon:
Preparing for the journey
Saturday, April 28
Service Project:
8:15 am to 12 Noon:
Preserving the Gold
1:15 pm to 3:30 pm:
Los Angeles Natural
History Museum
900 Exposition Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90007
1:45 pm – 4:30 pm:
Passports & Visas
The Ceremonial Celebration:
“Jungle Boogie”
6:30 pm to 10:30 pm
Youth and Family Pool Party:
12 noon – 1:30 pm
Paid Childcare:
10:30 pm to Midnight
($15 per child)
7:00 pm –10:30 pm:
Customs & Concessions
The Explorer’s Lounge
Open to all Revelation
attendees – Age 14 and up
Sunday, April 29
Service: 8:30 am to 12 Noon:
Discover The Amazing: You!
Age: Due to hotel regulations, only children 6 years of age and older may attend the Youth
Signing your children in and out: All children must be signed in by a parent and
signed out by the same parent. The children cannot sign themselves in or out. All children
must be under adult supervision on the hotel premises. You are required to sign your
children in at the beginning of each session and out at the end of each session. PLEASE
BE PROMPT out of courtesy to our teachers and volunteers.
SERVICE PROJECT/FIELD TRIP: All youth must be registered for the conference
by Friday morning, April 27, 9:00 am in order to participate in the service project/field trip
on Saturday, April 28.
Conduct: Children unwilling to cooperate with teachers and peers will be excused from
the program.
Swimming: Swimming is supervised by certified lifeguards and service personnel during
Youth and Family Pool Party.
Food: All meals (except those specifically noted) will be eaten with parents. Please advise
Youth Program facilitator of any special dietary requirements. Please provide any dietary
food required by your children.
Personal Items: Do not bring toys, electronic games or cell phones. Neither Agape nor
the hotel is responsible for any lost, stolen, or broken items.