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USA Southern Territorial Men's Conference

Come join us in Atlanta for an opportunity of a lifetime as men from across the Southern Territory recapture the flame of the Holy Spirit while we experience the celebration of God through incredible worship!

You will not want to miss the Friday night concert by Phillips, Craig & Dean which will prove to be a night that was made for Heaven and will prepare us for Saturday's three sessions with Jonathan Evans, former NFL Football player and present Chaplain of the Dallas Cowboys. He is a phenomenal speaker and God's man for our time together. The Holy Spirit will do what He does best as transMission creates the right atmosphere through music.

Upon conclusion of this conference we will leave better equipped to pursue Holiness in every area of our lives. God says in His Word that we will not see Him without it. With this in mind, come expecting this blessing, we call holiness, and you will not be disappointed!

  Event Details Men's Conference Resources

Where When Contact
Atlanta Temple Corps
2090 North Druid Hills
Atlanta, GA. 30329

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June 3-4, 2016

Men's Conference Schedule

Friday, June 3

2:00PM - 4:30PM - Registration

6:30PM - Conference Begins/w Concert by Phillips, Craig & Dean

9:00PM - Meet & Greet PC&D

Saturday, June 4

8:30AM - Session I - Jonathan Evans & transmMssion

10:00AM - Refreshment Break

10:45AM - Session II - Jonathan Evans, Colonel Wayne Maxwell & transMission & The Southern Territorial Youth Band

12:15PM - Lunch

1:30PM - Session III - Jonathan Evans & transMission
Major Rick Raymer
(404) 728-1300

Registration Information Fees Accommodations
The registration fee will be collected through your Corps and Divisional Headquarters. Please confirm your registration with your Corps Officer. $35.00 per delegate You will find accomodations and other details under Men's Conference Resources above.

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