Men’s Conference to Pull Souls Back to the Fold

By CRA News Service 

BOYNTON BEACH – God is calling all men of faith to Boynton Beach for the seventh annual TAP561° 2012 National Men’s Conference from Wednesday, Nov. 28 through Friday, Nov. 30, and a Men Only Summit on Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012.

The four-day conference, on the campus of St. John Missionary Baptist Church, 900 N. Seacrest Blvd. features four renowned and distinguished speakers: Apostle Carlos Malone, Sr. of The Bethel Church of Miami; Rev. Dr. Billy Strange of Mt. Calvary Missionary Baptist Church, also of Miami; Bishop J. Delano Ellis, Senior Pastor of the Pentecostal Churches of Christ, Cleveland, and Dr. Frederick D. Haynes, III of Friendship West Baptist Church in Dallas.

Conference planners expect more than ­­­­­­3,000 participants, drawing from Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties more than 400 Houses of Worship. Organizers say it’s time to bring those who have strayed from Christ, back to His Church and to pull those slipping away closer to His vest.

“With so many straying from righteousness, we’re focusing first on our men young & old, it’s time for us to grab as many as we can and give them some balance and direction,” says conference committee chair Minister Al Francis of St. John. The conference is spiritual at its heart, but workshops also are designed to attract secular participants. Through the ministry’s support groups, the conference activities also include: ­­­­Health testing & screening; medical professionals will offer information about hypertension, diabetes, AIDS and HIV, as well as insurance data and changes in medicine. Part of the proceeds will benefit the planned multi-purpose center on campus.

Registration is $50; Women, Children and participants under 18 are free. For conference information and registration, contact THE AMOS PROJECT 561° at: 561-732-2377 or email


About Pedro Heizer

I'm a person of simple taste, all I need is some country music, Batman, Star Wars, sports, coffee, and most importantly Jesus Christ, because what profits a man if he gains the whole world and loses his soul? View all posts by Pedro Heizer

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