Dynamic Downtown Worship in the Anglican Tradition
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Men’s Conference February 24-26

2017-christian-mens-conferenceJoin us at Camp St. Christopher in February for a refreshing time of encouragement and equipping as we focus on
“Reclaiming Biblical Manhood.”
Enjoy fellowship with men from all over in a beachfront environment. This has become a favorite conference for fathers and sons throughout the years. All men 13 years and older are welcome to join in this time of spiritual growth and fellowship. Discounts for sons are offered as well as limited scholarships.
The conference will include teachings by the Rt. Rev. Thad Barnum, a bishop with the Anglican Church in North America and worship led by Todd Fields, worship leader for North Point Community Church (Pastor, Andy Stanley).
CONFERENCE LEADERS
The Rt. Rev. Thad Barnum
Thad Barnum
Thad Barnum
Thad Barnum, Bishop in Residence at All Saints, Pawleys Island, SC, and chaplain to clergy. Through the ministry of “call2disciple,” Erilynne and Thad have given themselves to strengthening the church in the Scriptures and discipling Christians to maturity in the faith. They are married 35 years together.

Todd Fields                                                                                         fields_todd

Todd Fields, director of worship leader development at North Point Community Church in Alpharetta, Georgia, has led worship for more than 20 years, and has personally coached numerous senior pastors and worship leaders on how to create engaging worship services, how to build united teams, and how to become  leaders on stage and off. Leading worship for such communicators as Charles Stanley and Andy Stanley, Billy Graham, Louie Giglio and more, Todd has developed a unique way of guiding worship leaders that stems from his vast experience in different church and worship cultures around the world.

REGISTER StMichaelsChurch.net/men

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