2020 iron sharpens iron in Chattanooga 02-29-20 | Christ Church
8645 E Brainerd Rd
Men, need sharpening?
Cutting wood is hard when the axe is dull and unsharpened. So are life’s battles when our lives aren’t sharpened with wisdom (Ecclesiastes 10:10). But where can we men go to gain the wisdom we need to both win the battles we face every day AND make real progress toward becoming all God has created us to be?
More than ever, the 2020 Iron Sharpens Iron men’s one-day equipping conference, hosted by Men’s Ministry Network, has been designed specifically to help you, as a man:
Better understand your spiritual journey and where you are on it
Determine the one or two areas in your life that most need to be sharpened
Give you the skills, tools and encouragement you need to make real progress in the coming year.
The Equipping Seminars of this Saturday conference can tackle issues in ways sermons and small groups generally don’t. Your life is full; we know that. The commitment from the Iron Sharpens Iron conference team is to provide you and the men from your church with a world-class resource that exalts Jesus Christ and helps you to better Walk with God, Succeed in Life, and Spiritually Multiply.
Roger "CHAP" WoODS III, PasTOR, GREATER ST. MARY BAPTIST CHURCH
Roger Woods III is a visionary leader, author, and soul winner. He has a mantle of leadership to encourage, enrich, and empower individuals through preaching, teaching, and discipleship. As the former Chaplain at the Univ. of Tennessee in Knoxville, he has had the opportunity to mentor coaches, athletes, and students.
Adam North, LEAD PASTOR, Reverence ministries
Adam is a born again Jesus follower whose whole heart, soul, and mind are set on loving God and having men imitate him as he imitates Christ. He answered God's call to full-time ministry in 2014, leaving a career as a welder, fabricator, and 5x NASCAR Champion Jackman in both the Sprint Cup & Nationwide Series. Adam speaks at many conferences, but wherever the Lord takes him he makes disciples who go and make disciples.