February 6, 2021

nO rEGRETS mEN'S CONFERENCE

a half-day conference designed to be a catalyst to help men become leaders in their homes, churches, workplaces, and communities. You can make a difference in men's lives by hosting and inviting a small group of guys to join you for the conference. 

The Details

The No Regrets Conference streams live on Saturday, February 6 from 8:30 am - 12:30 pm and includes two main sessions and three breakout seminars. There is time built into the schedule for discussion following each of the seminars. If you host No Regrets for a small group of guys, we encourage you to have your group meet together for breakfast before or lunch afterwards. 

Why are we hosting No Regrets in small groups?

In the current environment we see homes as a venue where more guys will feel comfortable coming and less likely to be disrupted by changing mandates. Also, a friend's home is always going to be a more welcoming place to go than a church building.


WHY SHOULD I HOST AT MY PLACE?

By hosting you can be a catalyst for God speaking into your friends' life needed encouragement or challenge! Also, you'll be creating a needed time of community when there is a lot less of that going on. 

IS THERE A COST? 

This top quality conference does have a cost of $100/small group. We ask that you collect or cover $10/guy at your home. CrossPoint will then reimburse you up to $60 to cover the gap in funds.


HOW DO I SIGN UP TO HOST?

Go to noregretsconference.org and click on "Host with Your Small Group." After registering, contact Pastor Matt at matt@cphutch.church so that the CP Men's Minsitry Team knows you are hosting a group and can be praying for you as you invite and host. 

WHAT IF I WOULD LIKE TO ATTEND BUT AM NOT ABLE TO HOST? 

Get a friend to host at his place and co-host with them. Work together on inviting a few other guys to join you. There is also an individual streaming option for $20 at noregretsconference.org.


WHO ARE THE CONFERENCE SPEAKERS THIS YEAR? 

They have invited an incredible line up of speakers this year! We will hear from Chris Brown, Steve Carter, Eric Mason, Steve Carter, Wilfredo DeJesus, Jason Romano, Bryan Carter, and more. You can view the conference schedule here

No Regrets Men's Conference 2021

The Speakers


  • BRYAN CARTER

    Senior Pastor of Concord Church

    Bryan Carter has served as the Senior Pastor of Concord Church since 2003. Under his leadership, Concord has tripled in size, currently serving more than 8,500 members. Bryan is heavily involved in the city of Dallas, serving on the boards of Dallas Habitat for Humanity, Dallas ISD Education Foundation, HIS Bridgebuilders and Mentoring Brother to Brother as well as serving as a member of the Mayor's Taskforce Against Domestic Violence. He also leads Harmony Community Development Corporation, an organization committed to improving the community of southern Dallas through building stronger families and economic development.


  • ERIC MASON

    Lead Pastor of Epiphany Fellowship

    Dr. Eric Mason is the co-founder and Lead Pastor of Epiphany Fellowship in Philadelphia. He is known for articulating and proclaiming the gospel with clarity, passion, and authority at churches and conferences nationally. In addition to his role at Epiphany Fellowship, Eric serves as the president of Thriving, a ministry dedicated to aiding ethnic minorities to be resourced and trained for ministry to the urban context. He also serves on the boards of the Acts 29 Network and Reach Life Ministries. Eric received his Master of Theology from Dallas Theological Seminary as well as a Doctorate degree from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He resides in Philadelphia with his wife, Yvette, and their three children.


  • WILFREDO DEJESUS

    General Treasurer of the Assemblies of God

    Wilfredo “Choco” De Jesús has served as general treasurer of the Assemblies of God since 2019 and is a member of the Executive Leadership Team. He served as lead pastor of New Life Covenant Church in Chicago from 2000-2019. 


    De Jesús is the first Latino to serve on the Assemblies Executive Leadership Team. In 2013, he was named one of Time magazine's 100 most influential people in the world and recognized for his leadership and influence within the evangelical and Latino communities. De Jesús is the author of Amazing Faith, In the Gap, Stay the Course, and Move into More.


  • STEVE CARTER

    Pastor + Speaker + Author

    Steve Carter is the former lead teaching pastor for Willow Creek Community Church and the author of This Invitational Life: risking yourself to align with God's heartbeat for humanity. He is the co-host of Relevant Sports Podcast, which examines the intersections of faith, pop culture and sports. Steve graduated from Hope International University in Fullerton, California with a degree in Biblical Studies. Steve and his wife, Sarah, have two children and reside outside of Chicago, Illinois.


  • JASON ROMANO

    Author + Speaker

    Jason Romano is an author, speaker, and media professional with more than 20 years of broadcasting experience. For 17 years, he was a producer and senior manager at ESPN who created and produced content for shows such as SportsCenter, Monday Night Football, and many more. In 2017, Jason left ESPN to pursue sports ministry, launching the Sports Spectrum podcast, an interview-driven show that features athletes, coaches, and other media personalities sharing their stories on the intersection of sports and faith. Jason serves as the host, producer and editor for the podcast which has had over a million downloads since its debut in March, 2017.


  • CHRIS BROWN

    Senior Pastor North Coast Church

    Chris Brown has served as a Senior Pastor and Teaching Pastor at North Coast Church since 2004. Prior to that, he developed a nationally recognized student ministry at Azusa Pacific College, where he served as the Campus Pastor. His mid-week Bible study known as “911” started with 80 and grew to over 1,500 students. He now shares the weekend pulpit with Larry Osborne – each teaching roughly half the time. Chris is a graduate of Azusa Pacific University. He lives in Oceanside with his wife Amy and their three children.