Event Details


January 24-25, 2014


5:00pm - 11:00pm 8:15am - 12pm


The Hills Church, NRH Campus


“Don’t settle for a typical life. You were

made to do extraordinary things; you

were wired to live an extraordinary life.”

Bob Goff, author of Love Does and founder of Restore International

We will start the day with an optional Golf Tournament at Iron Horse and have a huge Tailgate Party for everyone with food and activities in our parking lot at 5pm to kick off the conference. We will also have an incredible time of worship led by The Hills worship team. Our speaker for the weekend is Bob Goff, author of Love Does. Alan Robertson from Duck Dynasty and Brandon Heath, one of Christian music’s most beloved and respected artists and songwriters, will be our special guests. This is going to be an experience you won’t want to miss and, you’ll want to invite your friends. So, start tapping on shoulders and inviting every man you know.



Registration fee includes food Friday night, drinks, snacks, and breakfast Saturday morning. Partial registrations are not available. Tickets are fully refundable prior to January 14. Golf (including lunch) on Friday is an extra fee of $50. Update: the Golf Tournament is now full (email Erich Robinson if you would like to be put on the waiting list).
See our FAQ page for more details.






+ Author of “Love Does” +

Bob Goff is author of The New York Times bestseller Love Does, a collection of unbelievable stories that his friends and family practically begged him to share to the world. His whimsical life of hilarious and meaningful adventures is due to his belief that when love takes action, love does. With Bob’s larger than life personality, he has found himself eating ice cream with world influencers such as President Barack Obama and Ugandan governmental leaders. He also serves as the Honorary Consul for the Republic of Uganda to the United States.

Goff ’s “love does” philosophy has directly affected thousands of people through Restore International (RI), a nonprofit, human rights organization that combats the atrocities and injustices committed against the poor.

Goff has not only lived his life abundantly, but is also committed to teaching others precisely how to do the same. He is an ordinary man who made a decision to live extraordinarily by acting on a love that he believes in.



+ A&E’s “Duck Dynasty” +

Alan is the oldest son of the Duck Commander. He grew up hunting and fishing and helping build the foundation of the family business in the 1970s & ’80s. Back in the day, he and Phil would travel around Louisiana and Arkansas selling duck calls to stores right out of the pickup! The sales pitch back then was the same as today: “These calls are the best ’cause they sound just like a duck!”

He left the duck call business when he received the call for full time ministry in 1988 and served as a senior pastor in West Monroe, LA. In July 2012, Alan returned to the Duck Commander business. Alan is a part of the family’s commitment to spreading the gospel of Christ through their love of hunting and the great outdoors. The only Robertson without a beard, he calls himself a Jacob in a family of Esaus…

Alan and his wife Lisa, have 2 grown daughters, 2 son-in-laws (who both sport beards) and 2 granddaughters. They all live in West Monroe, Louisiana.



+ Recording Artist +


Brandon Heath, lauded for multiple #1 hits including “Give Me Your Eyes” and “I’m Not Who I Was,” has become one of Christian music’s most beloved storytellers. The two-time GMA Male Vocalist of the Year and 5-time GRAMMY nominee released his 4th album, Blue Mountain in the fall of 2012. It’s a 12-track musical journey full of heart and back-porch-ease crafted in Heath’s brand of signature story songs.



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Who can attend?

Men, ages 12 and older, may attend. This conference is open to the community and other churches, so feel free to invite others and encourage them to register online.

How do I register?

You can register online here.

How much does it cost?

$45 early-bird rate for adults until December 31 (price increases to $55 on January 1 and then to $65 on January 21)

$25 early-bird rate for MS, HS, & College students (price increases to $30 on January 21 and then to $35 on January 21)

Cost details: Price of admission includes food Friday night, games/activities, and breakfast Saturday morning.
Golf (including lunch) on Friday at Iron Horse Golf Course is an extra fee of $50 (space is limited).

I can’t attend all sessions. Are daily rates available?

Partial registrations are not available. You’re encouraged to register and attend the portions of the Men’s Conference your schedule allows.

What is your refund policy?

All tickets are transferrable (give to another guy if you can’t attend). Tickets are fully refundable prior to Tuesday, January 14, 2014. After that date, no refunds will be processed.

When and how do I check in?

If you pre-registered and have your ticket:

Conference check-in begins at 5:00pm on the Friday of the conference. When you arrive at The Hills Church, enter any of the main doors of the buildings and approach one of the Welcome Centers. You’ll be asked to present your email confirmation or give them your full name. Then you’ll receive your registration supplies and name tag lanyard. You’ll be asked to wear this throughout the conference. You’re only required to check in once for the entire conference.

At-the-Door Registration:

At-the-door registrations will be accepted at the late registration rate ($60). Simply enter the main doors and approach the registration area. The walk-in registration fee is $60.

Do I need to bring my email confirmation?

That would be great. If you forget, they can find your registration by looking up yourname.

What are the details for the Golf Tournament?

The Golf Tournament begins at noon with lunch. Cost is $50 for Golf Tournament and lunch at Iron Horse Golf Course (located next to our NRH Campus).

What should I wear?

Casual attire is recommended.

What should I bring?

You should bring your Bible, a pen, and your registration confirmation.

What about food/drinks during the conference?

Dinner Friday night at the Tailgate Party and breakfast on Saturday will be provided. We will also have some snacks after the Friday night session. Our coffee house, The Porch, will also be open during the conference.

Will childcare be available?

Childcare is not available during this conference.

How can I promote the Men’s Conference in my church or community?

If you’re interested in bringing a group to the Men’s Conference or sharing this information with other churches or groups, simply share this website with them so they can register  www.thehillsmensconference.org

Location: NRH Campus | 6300 NE Loop 820 | North Richland Hills, TX 76180 | 817.281.0773

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