Keith Walker


Over the last seven years, Keith has taught more than 7,000 men the principles of manhood. He serves on the Men's Ministry Leadership team at LCBC as the primary presenter. His comfortable style of communication engages audiences of all ages with personal humor and creative storytelling, all while driving the hard-hitting truth home. He also has owned and operated several businesses. The combination of ministry experience and "real world" business experience enables Keith to effectively impact his audience.


Roland Warren

Before joining National Fatherhood Initiative, Roland Warren worked as a financial consultant for Goldman Sachs in Philadelphia, PA. He has also worked as an Associate Director of Development for his undergraduate alma mater, Princeton University, and in management positions for both IBM and PepsiCo. Prior to his current position, he had served as a member of National Fatherhood Initiative's board of directors. Roland received his MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He and his wife, Yvette, have two sons.

Raleigh Washington

Raleigh Washington serves Promise Keepers as its President and CEO, and the Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors. The mission of PK is to issue a catalytic clarion call to the Body of Christ, to hear and obey the Word of God in the power of the Holy Spirit. He formerly served PK as VP of Reconciliation and EVP of Global Ministries. Dr. Washington is the founder and Pastor Emeritus of Rock Of Our Salvation Evangelical Free Church in Chicago, Illinois, (an urban church reaching across racial barriers in the inner city of Chicago). He co-authored Breaking Down Walls: A Model of Reconciliation in an Age of Racial Strife with Glen Kehrein, the 1994 Gold Medallion winner from the Christian Booksellers Association. Dr. Washington attained the rank of Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Army, earning the Bronze Star for meritorious service in Vietnam. He entered Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in 1980 (now known as Trinity International University), where he earned his Master of Divinity and received numerous awards. Raleigh was awarded Doctor of Peacemaking by Westminister College. He was the third recipient of the award; the first went to Mother Teresa and the second went to Bishop Desmond Tutu. At Trinity, Raleigh developed the Master of Arts in Urban Ministries program, which he directed for six years. He holds honorary doctorates from Trinity International University, Westminster College, and Azusa Pacific University. Dr. Washington has been a featured speaker for Promise Keepers, Moody Founders Week and many other ministries.

He and his wife Paulette live in Denver and have started a church called The Hope.


Mark Washington

Mark Washington enjoys two dynamic life-paths. As the BC Lions’ Defensive Coordinator, he is moving forward in his tenth season as part of the football club’s coaching staff. As an engaging motivational speaker, Mark is sharing his Christian passion with strong personal testimonies that invite others to walk a meaningful Christian journey. Prior to making the transition to the coaching ranks from the gridiron in 2008, Mark spent 11 seasons as a player; first with the Montreal Alouettes, earning a Grey Cup in 2002, and then 5 seasons, including the Lions’ 2006 Grey Cup championship season, patrolling the Lions’ secondary from his halfback position. A native of Washington DC, Mark attended Rutgers University and graduated with a degree in Industrial Engineering. Year-round residents in the Vancouver area, Mark and his wife Judy have two children.

GF Watkins

G.F. Watkins founded PowerHouse Church (powerhousechurch.tv) as a spiritual son of the late Dr. Edwin Louis Cole, founder of Christian Men's Network. He is also the founder of GenesisTeam.org which is a ministry to help pastors and leaders succeed.  

G.F. and Rose Watkins have traveled world wide effectively ministering to men and teaching leadership principles. The Watkins have planted PowerHouse Namibia (powerhousenamibia.com) and PowerHouse Peru (powerhouseperu.org) with spiritual sons. 

They have also stretched their faith to build Jordan Ranch (jordanranch.org), a $10 million dollar Christian Retreat Center.  G.F. has authored four books and his latest is entitled "Take Your Place". He has also founded Most Dangerous Games (dangerousgames.org) and Intense Men (intensemen.com) which is a men’s event where over 1,000 fathers and sons come together to camp, compete and be strengthened with wisdom to overcome life’s challenges. This event has been taking place for the past 4 years during the month of March. 



Dobie Weasel

Dobie Weasel is the founding pastor of Life Church in Omaha Nebraska. He has ministered as pastor, evangelist, camp meeting, and conference speaker. He has also had the unique privilege of serving as a former board member of Promise Keepers. His animated style of presenting the gospel coupled with his unique sense of humor has endeared him to thousands around the globe. Dobie also serves as President of Native Excellence Resources a company committed to the development of excellence in the Native community. He and his wife Jamie have been married for nearly 30 years. They are parents to three and grandparents of six.




Stu Weber

is the Senior Pastor of Good Shepherd Community Church in Boring Oregon. He is the best-selling author of several books; Tender Warrior, The entire King’s Men, Four Pillars of a Man’s Heart and Spirit Warriors: A Soldier Looks at Spiritual Warfare. Stu is a U.S Army veteran and was awarded three bronze stars as a Green Beret in Vietnam. Stu and his family live near Portland, OR.


Joe White

Dr. Joe White is the President and founder of Men at the Cross. He is also President and owner of Kanakuk Kamps and the founder of Kids Across America and the missions oriented foundation, Cross International. Joe has also authored 15 books and was one of the all-time favorite speakers at Promise Keepers. He has a vision to reach men through discipleship for the glory of God.

Bruce Wilkinson

Bruce Wilkinson has written over 60 books in 30 languages, including The Prayer of Jabez, the fastest selling book of all time. He launched Walk Thru the Bible Ministries in 1976 and it became the largest religious seminar organization in the world. Dr. Wilkinson has conducted and keynoted national leadership conferences around the world but his greatest passion is to speak into the lives of men.

Pat Williams

Pat Williams is a senior vice president of the Orlando Magic and a former minor league baseball player.  Williams was born in Philadelphia and was raised in Wilmington, DE.  Pat Williams is a national conference speaker who has authored over 70 books such as The Leadership Wisdom of Solomon: 28 Essential Strategies For Leading With Integrity; How To Be Like Jesus: Lessons For Following In His Footsteps; and his two most recent books Leadership Excellence and The Difference You Make.  Dr. Tony Evans made this comment about Pat: "If you want to live a life of significance, then live it to impact others!"  Pat Williams gives you the practical insights and powerful motivation you need to live a life of influence in your home, your workplace, your community and your world.  Pat and his wife Ruth are the parents of 19 children, 14 of whom are adopted from foreign countries.


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