We are delighted to have John Bevere back! He is the founder of Messenger International, an organization established to teach, reach, and rescue. As a minister and author, John delivers messages of uncompromising truth with boldness and passion. His desire is to support the local church and resource leaders regardless of location, language, or financial position. To this end, his resources have been translated into over 90 languages, and millions of copies have been given to pastors and leaders worldwide. John Bevere inspires confidence and faith with this message, “God will never lead you into a storm that He doesn’t give you the power to overcome!”
As General Superintendent of the Assemblies of God (U.S.) with more than 13,000 congregations and over three million adherents, Doug Clay is passionate about the local church and equipping leaders. His chief goal in life is to help people realize their God-given dreams. He will challenge our men that “No one is outside of God’s incredible dream. Without Jesus, we’re just playing games to impress and control. But when He infuses our lives with love and purpose, we become His partners in the great adventure.”
Greg Ford, is lead pastor at One Church, a community of Christ-followers IGNITING a MOVEMENT to reach a disconnected culture in Columbus, Ohio, and around the world. Greg is a powerful speaker who encourages men with a message of hope and endurance. We are thrilled to have him back with us as he speaks on Saturday morning with challenging men with God’s truth, “The way you defeat the old lie is by letting God’s Word GET THE LAST WORD.”
As the Chaplain of the U.S. Senate, Chaplain Barry Black is a spiritual leader to the Senate lawmakers, their families, their staff, and other people who work on the Senate side – about 6,000 people. Growing up in Baltimore with little except the love of a strong mother,
Black was surrounded “by overwhelming poverty, discouragement and death-bound adults who were enslaved … by alcohol and drugs.” A college student when he joined the Civil Rights movement, he was inspired by the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to see pastors not as “dealers in gossamer hopes and dreams… but drum majors for justice, truth and righteousness.” Chaplain Black challenges men to live a life of character and integrity.