Dr. Jim Copeland

Dr. Jim Copeland currently serves as President of Conference Ministires International, a consulting firm to a variety of ministries, including: Wildfire Men's Weekend, Passage International, Promise Keepers, and others.  He has held many executive positions in advertising, marketing, and church growth organizations.  Jim has helped to launch ministries in Europe, Africa, Asia, and Latin America, ministering in over 30 countries worldwide.  Dr. Copeland is a popular speaker worldwide, addressing such issues as Men's Ministry, Fathering, Leadership, and Discipleship.


Paul Coughlin

Paul Coughlin, author of numerous books including the best-selling No More Christian Nice Guy, Married But Not Engaged, and No More Jellyfish, Chickens or Wimps, and Unleashing Courageous Faith, is an international speaker, talk show host, and Founder of The Protectors, the faith-based solution to adolescent bullying. Paul helps men harness their God-given strengths in order to unleash a courageous faith that strengthens individual souls, families, and communities.

Rodney Cox

Rodney Cox is the Chief Strategy Officer for Truth In Action Ministries, formerly Coral Ridge Ministries. His passion is to equip and encourage the body of Christ by connecting their passions and abilities with God’s calling on their lives in order to transform their communities and the culture for Christ. He has authored many books such as Leading from Your Strengths, Love and Money, and Different by Design. He and his wife Elizabeth, live in Scottsdale, AZ and have two grown daughters.


Michael Crawford

Pastor Michael Crawford was born and raised in southern California by a single mom. In a moment of desperation, he felt compelled to purchase a Bible, and was drawn to the red-letter passages of the New Testament. Halfway through the book of Matthew, Michael was moved to trust in Christ for salvation. His life was radically changed, propelling him toward eventually becoming a pastor. In July of 2009, Michael moved his wife, Danielle, and their 5 children to the city of Baltimore. As Freedom Church continues to grow, we remain committed to drawing to Christ, developing in community, and deploying into the culture! www.freedomchurchbaltimore.org/


Brodie Croyle

Brodie Croyle the son of John Croyle, a former defensive end for the University of Alabama, Croyle was born on February 6, 1983. He attended high school at Westbrook Christian School in Rainbow City, Alabama and became a Super-Prep All-American selection in football. In his sophomore season, Croyle passed for 3,787 yards and 44 touchdowns. That same season he passed for 528 yards and 7 touchdowns in one game. Croyle had an equally successful junior year passing for 2,838 yards and 38 touchdowns. Croyle led his team to the state championship that year, but the team lost by a field goal.


Entering his senior year, many scouts had Croyle ranked as high as the #2 quarterback in the country behind Joe Mauer. However, Croyle's high school career ended abruptly in the first game of his senior season against Glencoe High School after a hit by an opposing player tore Croyle's anterior cruciate ligament, causing him to miss the remainder of his final year. When he graduated, he held the Alabama state records for career passing yards with 9,323, and career touchdowns with 105. He set marks for most passing yards in a single season, passing yards in a single game, touchdown passes in a season, and touchdown passes in a game. Brodie was drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs in the 3rd round of the 2006 NFL Draft and played a total of 6 years as an NFL Quarterback. In retirement from the NFL Brodie is the Executive Director of the Big Oak Ranch which brings kids from all around the country who have no home and they give them a Godly home to live in.

LĂ©once Crump Jr

Léonce Crump Jr., is an author, international speaker, and the founder and senior pastor of Renovation Church in Atlanta. In 2006, Crump answered God’s call to relocate from Tennessee to Atlanta and begin the process of planting Renovation Church. He details the obstacles he and his family faced and the revelations he uncovered during this process in Renovate: Changing Who You Are by Loving Where You Are(Multnomah Books, Feb. 16, 2016). A champion for the Church’s participation in focused and intentional cultural renewal, Crump is the leading voice of a generation committed to operating as God’s redemptive agents in the earth.

“I hope to inspire you,” Crump says. “I hope you leave these few pages with a renewed sense of your ability to influence and shape culture, your ability and calling to renew this world and promote human flourishing for God’s glory and the common good. I hope you walk away from this book believing that cultural renewal is not only the responsibility of the Christian but also the most freeing way you can turn your quiet longing into discernible action.”

His unique background includes contacts from the world of professional sports and the music industry. At the University of Oklahoma, Crump was an All-American wrestler and defensive end for the Sooner football team; he went on to play professional football for the New Orleans Saints. He has been in ordained ministry for nine years and holds graduate degrees from the University of Tennessee and Resurgence Theological Training Center. He is currently a Master of Divinity student at Reformed Theological Seminary and a member of the Acts 29 church planting network. He and his wife, Breanna, reside in the heart of downtown Atlanta with their two daughters and son.

Ted Cunningham

Ted Cunningham is the founding pastor of Woodland Hills Family Church. He enjoys being married to his wife of over 20 years, Amy. They live in Branson, MO with their two children, Corynn and Carson. He is the author of The Power of Home, Fun Loving You, Trophy Child, and Young and In Love and coauthor of four books with Dr. Gary Smalley including The Language of Sex and From Anger to Intimacy. He is a regular guest on Focus on the Family, Life Today, and Moody Radio. He is a graduate of Liberty University and Dallas Theological Seminary

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