Celebrate and Multiply the Bible’s Transformational Influence.
Convene has made special arrangements to host an invitation only, behind-the-scenes private tour and with special speakers at the $1.2 billion Museum of the Bible in Washington DC.
Museum Address: 400 4th Street Southwest Washington, DC, 20024
Dr. Ben Carson
Neurosurgeon, Author, Innovator & Public Leader
Dr. Henry Cloud
Author, Speaker and Trainer
Dr. Gene Getz
Author, Bible Scholar, Radio Host & Teacher
Pastor Randy Frazee
Author, Pastor & Innovator
President, Hobby Lobby
FCCI President & CEO | Chairman, Impact 2:52, LLC | Atlanta, Georgia
Friday, March 9
- 6 p.m. – Banquet Dinner, Mandarin Oriental Grand Ballroom
Saturday, March 10
- 7:30 a.m. – Breakfast, speaker finishing in time for walk to MOTB opening
- 9 a.m. – Begin our behind the scenes tour of the Museum of the Bible
- 6 p.m. – Banquet celebration in the Museum of the Bible Grand Ballroom
Sunday, March 11
- 7:30 a.m. – Breakfast & speaker, finishing in time for departures or an optional extra day to revisit the Museum or enjoy the waterfront district
2-Night registration includes Fri/Sat night room at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, summit fee and group meals.$1,500 Register Now
Single registration includes Fri/Sat night room at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, summit fee and group meals.$1,100 Register Now
Couple registration includes Thu/Fri/Sat night room at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, summit fee and group meals.$1,820 Register Now
Single registration includes Thu/Fri/Sat night room at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, summit fee and group meals.$1,420 Register Now
VENUE & LODGING
The Museum’s and the Mandarin Oriental’s Grand Ballrooms will serve as dramatic venues for equipping and encouraging business leaders, the behind the scenes and exclusive public tours will strengthen faith, and provide fresh wind and fire in this intensive Summit format.
WHAT IS THE MUSEUM OF THE BIBLE?
Steve Green and his team have amassed one of the largest assemblies of biblical artifacts and texts in the world. MOB President Carey Summers says the goal of the museum is to "reacquaint the world with the book that helped make it”. Each of the six floors in the museum contain a different exhibit which emphasizes different aspects of the Bible's history or impact. This includes three permanent exhibit floors that combine ancient artifacts with modern technology meant to immerse the participant in the Bible. The second floor focuses on the Bible's impact on world culture, in areas like science, justice, and freedom. Another section is dedicated to the Bible's impact in American history. Guests will experience the general narrative of the Bible from Abraham through the creation of Israel to the ministry of Jesus and the early church. The fourth floor presents biblical history and archaeology. The sixth floor consists of a rooftop viewing areas overlooking the National Mall and U.S. Capitol, stained glass exhibits.