The Smoky Mountain Student Bible Conference 2013 is the place to be! This year’s conference, themed “Nothing to Lose,” provides an excellent opportunity for Christian students to get inspired and to recharge their passion for serving Christ. In attendance will be excellent speakers and top notch entertainment. Speakers include Scott Dawson, David Nasser, Ergun Caner, Brent Crowe, and Tony Nolan. Entertainment and worship leaders include the award-winning David Crowder Band, KJ-52, Kari Jobe, Kristian Stanfill, Matt Papa, Rush of Fools, Bethany Barr Phillips, Brett Younker, and Trip Lee. It is sure to be an exciting event!
During students’ free time, they will be able to explore Pigeon Forge. The question of “What to do in Pigeon Forge?” can be easily answered. There is plenty to do in Pigeon Forge! If you are up for a little fun and competition, there are opportunities for go cart racing, arcades, laser tag and miniature golf. There are many museums including the Titanic Museum where you can go back in time and become a passenger on the ill-fated luxury liner. Pigeon Forge has a plethora of shopping opportunities including the Pigeon Forge Factory Outlet Mall and Pigeon River Crossing. Since you will definitely work up an appetite after all of this fun, dining options abound including the infamous dinner theater extravaganza The Dixie Stampede.
If asking the question “What to do in Sevierville?” the answer is the same. There is plenty to do in Sevierville! Floyd Garret’s Muscle Car Museum showcases more than 90 muscle cars. For thrill seekers, there are the Adventure Ziplines and Wahoo Ziplines. The renowned Rainforest Adventure Zoo houses over 600 exotic animals from rainforests all over the world. If you’re up for some putt-putt golf, there is Ripley’s Old MacDonald’s Farm Mini Golf. As with Pigeon Forge, Sevierville also offers all kinds of shopping experiences. From outlet malls to antique stores and flea markets, it is all available. Dining options include everything from popular chains to locally owned eateries.
Both Cities offer plenty of lodging accommodations ranging from rustic cabins to chain motels. There is an option that will fit any budget. So come for the Smoky Mountain Student Bible Conference 2013. Have your spirit lifted and your soul engaged. During your free time, enjoy all the Pigeon and Sevierville have to offer. Go home refreshed and ready to start anew. After all, you have nothing to lose!