Momentum Territorial Men’s Conference

“Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past. See, I am doing a new thing!” (Isaiah 43:18, NIV).

by Mark Bender

Dr. Eric Mason

The theme verse for MOMENTUM, the territorial men’s conference, aims to spark hope, create fresh avenues for ministry and build momentum among men of the Central Territory.

With over 800 men anticipated, Momentum could be the largest in-person territorial conference in two years. Momentum will be held March 11-13, 2022, at Lake Williamson Christian Center in Carlinville, Ill., for men ages 18 or older. Don’t miss out on this lineup of special guests.

Dr. Eric Mason, pastor of Epiphany Fellowship in Philadelphia, Pa., is the author of several books including Manhood Restored, Woke Church, and Unleashed. Dr. Mason will speak at two sessions.

Carlos Whittaker

Carlos Whittaker is a People’s Choice Award winner and social media maven. He currently spends most of his time writing books and speaking on stages around the world. His book, Moment Maker, encourages people to make the best of every moment. Carlos will speak at two sessions.

Vocalist Anthony Evans is a singer/songwriter, actor and author. He has collaborated on inspirational events with his father, internationally beloved pastor and speaker, Dr. Tony Evans. Anthony’s music allows him to connect with people spiritually no matter where they are in their journey with the Lord. He will perform a concert on Saturday evening.

Throughout the weekend, the Territorial Worship Collective will lead praise and worship. Building on the momentum of the guest speakers, Territorial Commander Commissioner Brad Bailey will wrap up the conference, challenging delegates to grow in their walks with Christ and be the men God has created them to be.

Anthony Evans

“My prayer is that God will not only refresh and reawaken our journeys in Christ, but that His Spirit will also guide and transform us as men to daily live out holiness,” said Captain Michael Sjogren, territorial men’s ministries secretary.

A familiar venue from past men’s conferences, Lake Williamson is ideal for lodging, meals, activities and group meetings. Free time indoor activities include swimming, blacklight miniature golf, basketball, ping-pong, volleyball, a fitness center and more.

Men who are not able to attend can watch livestreamed main sessions by registering for $25.

For more info and to register visit: centralmensconference.com

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