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Men’s Conference 2020
Friday, February 21 & Saturday, February 22
Anything good in your life must be protected. As men, we are called by God to provide for and protect everything—and everyone—God has entrusted to our care. This year’s conference, Guarded, will give men practical tools for guarding what’s most important, starting with their own hearts.
Men’s Conference Speakers
Lecrae is a two-time Grammy Award winning hip-hop artist. His music has sold more than 1.9 million copies and he has co-headlined some of the best-selling tours in the U.S.. Lecrae’s call for redemption through positive change has placed him at the forefront of causes close to his heart. Lecrae seeks the most authentic connection possible with fans around the world who embrace his music. Lecrae lives in Atlanta with his wife and three children.
When Jason and Shelley married there were secrets. He lived a double life, bound by sexual addiction and betrayal. Shelley was trying to live the perfect Christian life. When the truth came out, both worlds imploded and the restoration project began. God has since been working out redemption in their relationship. Today they run Redemptive Living, helping men and marriages around the globe find freedom and redemption. They’ve authored three books together. Jason and Shelley have three boys and call Denver home.
Dr. Derwin Gray is the pastor of Transformation Church in South Carolina. Derwin is husband to Vicki and papa to Presley and Jeremiah. He has authored a number of books and is a graduate of Brigham Young University, Southern Evangelical Seminary, and Northern Seminary.
Scott Nickell is currently the teaching pastor at Southland Christian Church, a church with multiple locations in Kentucky. Scott has been in ministry since 1998. He and his wife Alison have four children, Landrie, Elijah, Silas, and Boaz. Scott is passionate about teaching real truth in real ways to real people.
Matthew Bradford grew up as a UK fan in Winchester. On September 11, 2001, just a freshman in high school, amid the terrorist attacks, he knew he wanted to join the military one day. In 2005 he enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps. On January 18, 2007, he was severely injured after stepping on an Improvised Explosive Device in Iraq. He did not know the extent of his injuries until he woke up in the hospital three weeks later. He would learn the true meaning of overcoming and adapting. Matthew never lets his injuries define who he is or what he can do: “No legs? No vision? No problem!”