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You're Invited | March 16 & 17

Join us for our second annual NMC Men’s Spring Conference where you’ll hear from our conference speakers, Mike Breaux and Roshown McLeod what it means to overcome the “Fatal Four.”

Mike will lead the conference sessions, walking us through the “Fatal Four,” Roshown will be our VIP Dinner guest speaker Friday evening. All meals are included with registration.

Conference Ticket Info

$39

Conference Only

$49

Conference + VIP Dinner

Friday Night VIP Dinner

Enjoy an exclusive dinner with Roshown McCleod, former NBA player for the Atlanta Hawks and Boston Celtics.

Conference Registration

Deadline to register is Thursday, March 8.

Conference Schedule & Location

North Metro Church – 2305 Ernest W Barrett Pkwy Marietta, GA 30064

Friday Evening

  • 5:30pm // VIP Dinner Check-In
  • 6:00pm // VIP Dinner
  • 6:30pm // Conference Check-In
  • 7:30pm // Event Opening
  • 7:40pm // Worship
  • 8:00pm // Session 1
  • 9:00pm // Community Experience
  • 10:00pm // Close

Saturday Morning

  • 9:00am // Breakfast
  • 10:00am // Worship
  • 10:15am // Session 2
  • 11:30am // Lunch
  • 12:30pm // Session 3
  • 1:30pm // Community Experience
  • 3:00pm // End of Conference

About The Speakers

Mike Breaux currently preaches regularly at Real Life Church, Valencia, CA and Mission Church, Ventura, CA. Previously, Mike was the Teaching Pastor at Heartland Community Church in Rockford, IL, on the teaching team at Willow Creek Community Church in South Barrington, IL, Lead Pastor at Southland Christian Church in Lexington, KY and Lead Pastor at Canyon Ridge Christian Church in Las Vegas, NV. All of these experiences have sharpened Mike’s ability to develop thought-provoking; challenging and life change oriented sermons.

Roshown McLeod who resides in Marietta led the Duke Blue Devils to two NCAA Tournament appearances in 1997 and 1998 and was a teammate with Elton Brand and Shane Battier. He was a two-year starter at St. John’s University before becoming Krzyzewski’s first-ever transfer at Duke. After college, the Atlanta Hawks drafted Roshown in the first round, 20th overall, where he played 3 seasons before being traded to the Celtics. Following his professional career, McLeod has spent several seasons coaching scholastic and collegiate basketball. He is now the head basketball coach at Fellowship Christian Academy.