Mark Cahill

After a few years in the business world, Mark Cahill asked God to place him where he could touch as many lives as possible. Within a year, he was teaching school. Although Mark planned to teach for the rest of his life, God moved him from teaching at a Christian high school to devoting a year to full-time evangelism. Mark currently speaks to over 25,000 people per year at churches, retreats, conferences, camps, etc., equipping and challenging the saved to go out and reach the lost.

Rick Caldwell

is the Global Director of Men’s Fraternity and assists pastors and leaders around the world in successfully integrating Men’s Fraternity into their ministry to men. Prior to his work with Men’s Fraternity Rick had a diverse background that included traveling nationally as a speaker, running a family land development business, and serving on the staff of three churches. He and his family now live in Little Rock.

Ken Canfield

is founder of the National Center for Fathering, serving as president and CEO from 1990 through 2005. Dr. Canfield is the author of The Heart of a Father and 7 Secrets of Effective Fathers. He has been interviewed on NBC’s Today Show and ABC’s World News Tonight as an authority on fathering skills and research, as well as the negative consequences of the father absence. He and his family live in the Kansas City area.

Bryan Carter

Rev. Bryan L. Carter is the Senior Pastor at Concord Church of Dallas, TX. Concord, nestled in the southern sector of Dallas, TX, was established in 1974 and has a membership exceeding 6,000 members. Rev. Carter has served as Senior Pastor since October 2003.


Matt Carter

Matt Carter serves as the Pastor of Preaching at the Austin Stone Community Church in Austin, Texas, which has grown from a core team of 15 to over 7,000 attending each Sunday since the church began in 2002. Matt has co-authored multiple books including The Real Win, a book on biblical manhood co-authored by NFL quarterback Colt McCoy. He holds an M.Div. from Southwestern Seminary and a D. Min. in Expositional Preaching from Southeastern Seminary. He and his wife Jennifer have been married for 18 years, and they have three children, John Daniel, Annie, and Samuel. www.austinstone.org/


Sherwood Carthen

Sherwood C. Carthen is the Senior Pastor of Bayside of South Sacramento Church. In addition, Bishop Carthen is Chaplain for the National Basketball Association’s Sacramento Kings. He is very active as a community leader all around metropolitan Sacramento.

Douglas Carver

Retired after 38 years of service in US Army where his last duty position was with the 22nd Army Chief of Chaplains at the Pentagon. He currently serves as Executive Director of Chaplaincy Services of NAMB.

Carey Casey

Carey Casey is Chief Executive Officer of the Kansas City-based National Center for Fathering. Carey has earned a reputation as a dynamic communicator, especially on the topic of men being good fathers. He’s known as a compassionate ambassador, particularly within the American sports community. He is also author of the book, Championship Fathering – How to Win at Being a Dad (2009). Since 2009, Carey has served on the White House Task Force on Fatherhood and Healthy Families. He also serves as a member of the executive committee of the National Fatherhood Leaders Group, which promotes responsible fatherhood policy, research, advocacy and practice.

Bryan Chapell

Bryan Chapell is the Senior Pastor of Grace Presbyterian Church (Peoria, Illinois), the Founder and Chairman of Unlimited Grace, a radio and online Bible-teaching ministry, and President Emeritus of Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri. He is an author, conference speaker, and also serves on the faculty of Knox Theological Seminary, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and is an adjunct professor of preaching at numerous seminaries nationally and internationally.

H.B. Charles

Became a pastor at 17 years old, served in LA for 18 years. Now pastor of Shiloh Metropolitan in Jacksonville, FL. Author of 3 books. And host of the On Preaching podcast.

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