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CAMP HICKORY HILL and CSB Ministries
A first class one-day equipping Conference for Men!!
Mark your personal and church calendars now for 2015!!
Saturday, October 3rd in Buffalo and
Saturday, October 24th in Rochester
8:30 AM to 4:55 PM
FOR MEN OF ALL AGES
EMERGING MEN (age 13-19)
PIONEERING MEN (age 20-29)
FULL THROTTLE MEN (age 30-55)
SEASONED MEN (age 55+)
Group Early-Registration (10+) - $44 • Student - $29 • Optional Lunch - $8
Equipping Seminars: You will love the national keynote speakers but our equipping seminars are the highlight for many!! Each man will choose from eight Equipping Seminars in the late morning and from a different set of eight Equipping Seminars in the afternoon. Each man attends the seminars that fit his needs best.
David Murrow founded Church for Men in 2005. Murrow is not a pastor, professor or theologian. He’s just a guy in the pews who noticed a disturbing trend: churches are losing their men and boys. So he wrote a book titled Why Men Hate Going to Church, which became an instant Christian bestseller, with more than 100,000 copies in print. His efforts have spawned articles in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and the Chicago Tribune, to name a few. You may have seen him on PBS, the NBC Nightly News, or the Fox News Channel talking about the gender gap.
About David Murrow…
David Murrow has walked four distinct career paths: television producer, book author, professional speaker and government spokesperson
Dr. Ted Roberts is the Founder of Pure Desire Ministries International. He came to the Lord as a Marine Corps fighter pilot during the Vietnam War and was called to pastoral ministry soon after returning to the United States. Dr. Ted is a clinical sexual addiction therapist who has pioneered a profound ministry to help pastors and leaders who struggle with sex addiction. As a prolific writer, Dr. Ted has authored or co-authored 9 books, including Pure Desire. In 2013, Dr. Roberts hosted the Kingdom Works production of Conquer Series, a cinematic teaching series that offers men proven principles and practical tools to break free from pornography. Dr. Ted holds a Bachelor's Degree from California Polytechnic State University, a Masters degree from Asbury Theological Seminary and a Doctorate from Western Conservative Baptist Theological Seminary. Today, Dr. Roberts continues to advance the gospel of hope and freedom around the world, helping thousands of men and women become conquerors through Christ.
Brett Clemmer joined Man in the Mirror in 2000 and serves as its Vice President. His passion is to make the church relevant to younger men and men on the fringe. He breaks through the resistance that many men feel towards spiritual topics with his use of personal stories and humor.
Brett’s role at Man in the Mirror includes managing various programs, speaking at men's events, conferences and training programs as well as writing. He is the co-author with Patrick Morley and David Delk ofNo Man Left Behind: How to Build and Sustain a Thriving Disciple-Making Ministry for Every Man in Your Church, and various articles and discipleship materials offered by the ministry.
Born to an unwed teenager who at one time considered abortion as a viable option for solving her "problem," Reggie Dabbs considers himself fortunate to be alive. With no place to go, the pregnant teenager ended up living in a chicken coop in Tennessee. It was there she remembered a former school teacher, Mrs. Dabbs, who had said to her students, "If you ever need anything, call me," and gave the students her home phone number. The girl called.
Mrs. Dabbs and her husband, whose six children were adults by this time, took the girl into their home and cared for her until after the baby was born. They continued to care for little Reggie as foster parents until he was in the fourth grade, and then they officially adopted him and gave him the Dabbs name.
As the Dabbs' reared Reggie, they instilled in him strong moral values, for which he is genuinely grateful. They also ingrained in him the fact that in every situation he faced, he had a choice. What he did with those choices was entirely up to him.