men's ministry

Breaking down barriers

march 6, 2020

Breaking Down Barriers 2020 Registration Form

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This will be the fifth exciting year for the Breaking Down Barriers Men’s Conference. The 2020 conference is intended to draw men and boys to Christ; influence men and boys for Christ; as well as to call men and boys out to stand for Christ in their daily lives. This year’s conference, hosted by Fellowship Baptist Church, will take place on Friday, March 6, 2020 at 6:30 p.m., with supper being served before.

There will be awesome music, inspiring testimonies, fantastic fellowship, and delicious food. Dr. Crawford W. Lorrits Jr., nationally known speaker, evangelist, and Senior Pastor at Fellowship Bible Church in Roswell, Georgia, will be our keynote speaker. Dr Lorrits will be joined by other special guests. Worship music will be provided by Rock Root Revival.

This year's conference is a ONE NIGHT event. Supper is included in the event cost and will be served on Friday evening from 5:00 to 6:30 pm. Middle School boys through Senior Adult men are all encouraged to sign up and attend!


Door prizes will be given away during the conference. Tickets go on sale January 19, 2020 for $20.00 each. The ticket price goes up to $30.00 on February 29, 2020. 

This promises to be an unbelievable evening! Register today and bring many friends with you! 

Questions about BDB 2020? Contact Tim Nichols at or 706-266-1311 or 706-235-0590. 

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We are praying for God to Break Down Barriers!!                                     Breaking Down Barriers Men’s Conference

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