MEN’S CONFERENCE — Fight the Good Fight — March 16th-17th, 2018
We had a great conference this year!
This year, the CCF Men’s Conference theme is “Fight the Good Fight” which will include sessions led by speaker Dean Sherman with worship led by Josh Langer and the CCF worship band.
The doors will open at 6:00 pm on Friday night and 8:00 am on Saturday morning. We will enjoy great times of worship, fellowship, with giveaways and other fun.
EARLY BIRD prices are $35 per ticket; and that price is good through March 4th, 2018. The tickets will be $45 thereafter. If you have questions, please email us at email@example.com, or call us at 903-882-8501.
DEAN SHERMAN has been teaching throughout the Body of Christ worldwide for over 50 years. He presents the truth of God’s Word with simple clarity and an anointing of authority and practicality. His unique exciting presentation style often brings new understanding on God and His ways. He makes truth both easy to listen to and challenging for life.
Dean has worked with Youth With a Mission since 1967. He helped to pioneer YWAM in Australia, New Guinea, New Zealand, Fiji, and Tonga. He has led mission teams in most areas of Asia and the Pacific. He served for 20 years as the International Dean for the College of Christian Ministries in YWAM’s University of the Nations. This College registers and oversees training schools in 100 counties. He has served on the International leadership team of the U of N, several boards of YWAM and other ministries.
The two most demanded teachings from Dean for over 40 years have been series on Relationships and Spiritual Warfare. Thousands of tape sets have sold around the world and he has written books on both subjects: SPIRITUAL WARFARE FOR EVERY CHRISTIAN and LOVE, SEX AND RELATIONSHIPS both translated into several languages. Growing in popularity are series on Benefits, and Effective Personal Ministry, as well as many other subjects.
From the USA, Dean is married to Michelle an Australian. They have two married children; Cherie and Troy and five grandchildren. They make their home in Salem, Oregon.