Men’s Conference Videos

Men’s Conference Videos


HonorBound Men’s Conference was so rewarding this year. Check out videos of the messages.

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TOMMY BARNETT and his son Matthew co-founded the Los Angeles Dream Center, an inner-city church and outreach center that touches the lives of thousands of people each week through ministries that reach out to gang members, drug addicts, unwed mothers, children without parents, motorcycle groups, AIDS victims, and many others. Pastor Tommy has served as pastor of Phoenix First Assembly and authored many books, including: Dream Again, There’s a Miracle in Your House, Portraits of Vision, Multiplication, and Reaching Your Dreams.

BRADY BOYD is the senior pastor and head of the nine-member elder council serving 10,000 member New Life Church in Colorado Springs, Colorado. His passion for seeing people’s lives restored by God’s grace shows up in his accessible teaching, his approachable personality, and his commitment to those who are under resourced in his community. Brady served under Pastor Robert Morris at Gateway Church in Southlake, TX, where he still regularly serves as a guest speaker. Brady is the author of several books including Fear No Evil, Sons and Daughters and Addicted to Busy: Recovery for the Rushed Soul. 

SAM RIJFKOGEL is the senior pastor at Grand Rapids First. His creative communication style brings a fresh perspective to sound Biblical doctrine. His own family’s conversion is an amazing story of world missions outreach and is the foundation of his deep passion for missions. Sam has participated in crusades and special projects in Thailand, Viet Nam, Mexico, Russia and Indonesia.  Sam has been a favorite speaker at HonorBound and we are grateful to have him back.

REGGIE DABBS is one of the most sought after speakers in the country, addressing more than 2 million people worldwide annually.  He has been named the #1 High School Speaker in America and talks in a humorous style about families, relationships, our individual realities and the choices we make. His message, “You can’t change your past, but you can change your future,” resonates with students and men from all walks of life.



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