On the Stage
We are working on getting our main talk recordings edited. They will be uploaded to watch in the coming days. Thanks for your patience!
Rev. Dr. Joanne Solis-Walker is Associate Dean and Professor in the Practice of Leadership at Candler School of Theology, Emory University. She has served in Christian higher education to innovate theological programs to serve diverse communities in Spanish and English.
Kenny Ramirez Dyches
Kenneth Ramirez Dyches was born and raised in Miami, Florida, where he also went to college and met his wife, Lauren. They moved to Orlando, Florida in 2016 to attend seminary and re-launch Destino Central Florida, where he now serves as a Team Leader over the growing movement. They have two young kids, Luca and Hollyn. Together, they are seeking the unity and transformation of God's people on college campuses, in churches, and throughout communities in the greater Orlando area.
Destino National Director for Community.
Destino National Director for Campus.
Jasmine Gonzalez - Emcee
She is an intern with Destino at San Jose State University and is excited to be returning as one of our emcees for Legacía 2023. She saw the Lord do so much last year, and she is expectant to see what He has in store for all of us this upcoming year! Born and raised in the California Bay Area, she is half Mexican, half Salvadorean, and 100% a child of God. She loves to sing and dance, and you can catch her repping her sports teams on the regular. She is looking forward to seeing you all really soon!
Jesus Godinez - Emcee
Rachel Rodriguez - Virtual Host
Rachel Rodriguez-Perpignand has been on staff since 2016 and is from Miami, FL. Her Cuban roots leave her wanting rice, pork and cafecito round the clock. She loves basketball, movies, and game nights with her new husband and friends. She is excited to join you virtually this year at Legacía.
We are working on getting our workshop recordings on this page. They will be uploaded to watch in the coming days. Thank you for your patience!
5 S's of Mental Health
Come learn 5 ways to assess how you are doing in your mental health. Each point will have a practical application and scripture that follows.The goal is for you to leave encouraged, equipped, and knowing more about your mental health.
Ikigai with God; Developing a Personal Vision for Vocation and Calling in Your Life
This workshop will give you confidence as you look toward your future. We will seek to help you apply biblical principles to your lifelong journey of discovering your vocation, and spend some time in reflection with the Lord using a Japanese tool called the Ikigai. We hope this workshop will be hopeful, practical, and a sweet time with others and with Jesus!
God uses you in every stage of your life. Come hear the challenges and unique opportunities God has for you as you live out of your singleness. Hosted by: Jhila Tercheria, Lila Hermosillo, Richard Rivas, Gustavo Rotondaro.
Vivir Rico: Frameworks for Christian Ethics
Poverty, climate change, migration, and white supremacy are just some of the topics that make the headlines every week. How are we to respond as people of faith? How does our Christian faith inform our actions in the public sphere? Come explore different frameworks for Christian ethics that honor Jesus and his teachings and provide guidance on how to act in a complex world.
“Don’t @ Me”
This workshop explores our current culture and the impact it has on our faith. We will dive into the ways in which we as believers should behave online. Should we post that picture? Tweet rant about a certain issue? Follow certain channels or influencers? By the end of our time together, we will walk away encouraged by the self-awareness of what we post, comment, follow, and look at while on our social media platforms. We pray that we will also grow, not only in how we behave in person, but how we behave online, without making a distinction of the two.