Travis Agnew lives in Greenville, SC, where he leads Rocky Creek Church as the head Pastor. He is married to his high school sweetheart, Amanda, and is the father of three FUGE Camps-aged students. He graduated from Southern Seminary with a M.Div. and a D.Min. For undergrad, he studied at North Greenville University and earned a B.A. in Christian Studies. When preaching at FUGE Camps, he desires to preach expository sermons in an engaging manner. He knows the impact that camp can have on students, so he wants to expose these students to the life-changing message of the gospel.
He is the author of numerous books, including a process called Distinctive Discipleship, which helps students and adults develop an individualized spiritual growth plan. In addition to those resources, he has also written for Lifeway and collaborated with the Kendrick Brothers on numerous projects. If you would like to know more about Travis, check out www.travisagnew.org or connect with him on social media @travisagnew.
Although Isaac has a voice that makes music sound easy on the ears, his life hasn’t always been a lullaby. When he was six years old he lost his biggest fan when his mother passed away. Shortly after, the music he loved as a child suddenly came to an end. It was then he realized music was God’s calling for his life and he believed in sharing the legacy of his family with this new ignited passion he held inside. As a teenager, Isaac attended the International Youth Conference in Colorado and shared the stage with Christian music artist Chris Tomlin. There his steadfast love for the Lord became a full time commitment to ministry. After completing his time at Cedarville University in 2007, Isaac set out on a unsure and uncertain pursuit of music. Throughout his musical career, he has shared the stage with several international artists including Brandon Heath, Jars of Clay, Bethany Dillon, Shane & Shane, Rachel Lampa, Taylor Sorensen, and Meredith Andrews. Today Isaac Pittman leads worship for numerous conferences, youth events and camps locally and across the United States.