James: The Wisdom of God

James is referred to as the “wisdom literature” of the New Testament. It is so practical that it is often the first book that believers are instructed to study. The whole book is about recognizing how God’s heavenly wisdom can be applied to our everyday lives. So, in this year’s DNOW we will focus on having genuine faith that changes us into living out God’s Word in the way we think, speak, and act. 

March 5-7, 2021


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“The teaching was excellent. The topic was hit on well in every lesson.” – JT

“SWO is intentional in their commitment to meet students where they are with the Gospel! This by far is the best experience for students and adults in the South!” – Jarrod

“As a student pastor, I like that Snowbird doesn’t try to capitalize on the emotions of students… but carry the teachings over into small groups so the staff has the opportunity to get real with kids in person.” – Andrew

What’s included in the DNOW Schedule?


  • 5:00 pm    Check-in
  • 6:00 pm    Supper
  • 7:00 pm    3-Man Swing, Aerial Park, Fire, Snack Shack
  • 9:00 pm    Worship Service
  • 10:00pm    Share Groups


  • 8:00 am    Breakfast
  • 9:30 am    Worship Service
  • 10:30 am    Breakout
  • 12:00 pm    Lunch
  • 1:00 pm    On-Campus Recreation
  • 5:30 pm    On-Campus Recreation Ends
  • 6:00 pm     Supper
  • 8:00 pm    Worship Service
  • 9:30 pm    Share Groups
  • 10:00 pm    Snack Shack, Fire, SWO Underground


  • 7:45am        Breakfast
  • 8:15am        Worship Service
  • 9:30am        Share Groups
  • 10:00am    Departure

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