Thank you!

Thank you to everyone who came out to the 2021 Men of Truth Conference, Band of Brothers. It was a wonderful event with amazing speakers and a fantastic opportunity to gather together around the Word of God.

We had a nice turnout even in light of the ongoing pandemic. It truly was a blessing to have the opportunity to see real, live people face to face and enjoy great Christian fellowship!

If you have further comments about the conference, you can contact us directly and we want to hear from you. Otherwise, we’re already making notes and pre-planning for the 2022 conference.

More information will be out in the future!

2021 Conference is just 4 weeks away!

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The 2021 Men of Truth Conference titled Band of Brothers is just 4 weeks away. The conference will take place on April 10, 2021, at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in New Ulm, MN.

If you haven’t signed up already, you can do so by going to the event page for full details, or head straight to the Eventbrite sign-up page. Don’t forget to invite a brother.

An Overview of the Conference details are below:
Saturday, April 10, 2021 | In-Person & Interactive Livestream

Men of Truth invites you to a one-day men’s conference, Band of Brothers, with three sessions and five speakers. The keynote speaker this year will be Pastor Mark Jeske from St. Marcus in Milwaukee, WI, and Time of Grace. The day will also feature time for fellowship, encouragement, and reflection.

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE:
8:00 – 8:30 am | Registration & Check-In
8:30 – 9:00 am | Bible Study with Prof. Paul Koelpin
9:00 – 10:15 am | Get a Brother. You’re Not Alone. Pastor Mark Jeske
10:15 – 10:30 am | Time with Ministry Partners
10:30 – 11:45 am | Panel: Be a Brother. Don’t Go Alone.
Dr. Ben Kohls | Mr. Phil Scriver | Pastor Tim Hartwig
11:45 am – 1:00 pm | Lunch break on your own
1:00 – 2:15 pm | Know Your Sisters. Seek First to Understand. Mrs. Michelle Markgraf
2:15 – 2:30 pm | Wrap Up and Closing Devotion with Dr. James Carlovsky

Save the date for the 2021 Men of Truth Conference!

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Men of Truth are excited to announce our 2021 conference event, Band of Brothers, will be held April 10, 2021, at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in New Ulm, MN.

We are continuing to work out the details as they apply with our current and unknown future state of the COVID19 pandemic. We are currently planning to reboot last year’s planned conference that was unfortunately cancelled. Our main speakers are onboard at this time.

For now, please note April 10, 2021, in your calendars as the 2021 conference date.

Watch for more details and updates to come!

Band of Brothers: Cancelled for 2020, but Regrouping in 2021

Due to the current Coronavirus pandemic, the Men of Truth 2020 Conference Band of Brothers has been cancelled. After much discussion, careful thought and prayerful consideration, we have decided the best course of action was to cancel this year’s conference rather than attempt to reschedule for later in the summer and risk the possibly of yet another postponement. Only God knows what the next few weeks, months, or even year will look like.

We encourage you to Be a Brother to those around you. There are, and will be, plenty of opportunities to be there for your brothers. One of the things adversity is good for is creating unity and bringing us closer together – even if medical guidelines call for physical distancing and avoidance of group activities.

We hope you will able to attend next year’s conference when we return and look forward to seeing you then. Blessings on the rest of your year.

Note: All ticket purchases will be refunded.

Be a Brother: 3 weeks left until this year’s conference

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In just 3 weeks, the Men of Truth 2020 Conference Band of Brothers will be upon us. One of the sessions of this year’s conference is “Be a Brother.” Taking time out of your hectic weekend to join a bunch of your fellow Christian brothers at a men’s conference is not just beneficial to you for your own personal growth and development. It benefits those you interact with on a daily basis. It helps you be a better brother to others.

If you haven’t done so already, you can register today at the Men of Truth Eventbrite page. This would be a good time to point out that one easy step you could take in being a brother is by inviting a fellow brother to this conference. Let them be enriched by the same messages and bonding you’ll experience.

We hope you’re able to attend this year and look forward to seeing you all next month.

Know Your Sisters: 5 weeks left until this year’s conference

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In a little over 5 weeks, the Men of Truth 2020 Conference Band of Brothers will be upon us. One of the sessions of this year’s conference is “Know Your Sisters.” With Valentine’s Day in our rear view mirror now, you may have recently done some thinking about what it means to be a man and how we treat the women in our lives. This includes all women we come in contact with daily – wives, mothers, daughters, co-workers, neighbors – you name it. They all deserve to be treated in a loving, Christian manner.

If you haven’t done so already, you can register today at the Men of Truth Eventbrite page. It may not make you the perfect husband, son, father, co-worker or neighbor – but it will certainly help keep you guided in the right direction.

We hope you’re able to attend this year and look forward to seeing you all next month.

Get a Brother: 7 weeks left to invite your Brothers

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In just 7 weeks, the Men of Truth 2020 Conference Band of Brothers will be upon us. One of the sessions of this year’s conference is “Get a Brother.” As we encourage you to attend, knowing you’ll find enrichment for yourself, we encourage you to Get a Brother and invite a friend to join you.

You can either direct them to the Men of Truth Eventbrite page to register or go above and beyond by treating them to the event and registering for both of you. Getting a brother doesn’t limit you to bringing one friend either. After all, Band of Brothers is plural – you’re certainly allowed to invite a group of brothers.

We hope you’re able to attend this year and look forward to seeing you all next month.