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Higher Ground

Event date: 2/12/2021 12:00 PM - 2/26/2021 12:30 PM Export event

Higher Ground

Men's Conference

he premier gathering for men of faith is going virtual for 2021! We're coming together to connect, be equipped, and thrive as men of integrity as we face the ongoing challenges of this pandemic. Here's what we have planned:

February Friday Webinars Via Zoom

  • We’ve currently locked in dates of February 12, 19, 26
  • Each Webinar will happen NOON – 1:00PM (Pacific Time)

Post Webinar Live Q&A via Zoom

  • Each Webinar will feature an optional post-session Live Q&A opportunity – at a later date - with the Webinar’s Keynote for follow up conversation

One LOW Ticket Price for Everything

  • Your Higher Ground ticket will give you access to all webinars, all Q&A opportunities, and all Show Specials in our Virtual Sponsor Bag
  • All Zoom links and access to show specials will arrive in your email box WEDNESDAY, FEB. 10, 2021
  • Attend LIVE or access recorded webinars later at your convenience
  • FREE TICKETS for frontline health care workers
  • Scholarships available - contact discount code

Your Favorite Speakers

Our webinar lineup is locked in with 3 of your FAVORITE previous Higher Ground Keynote Speakers:

  • Brian Goins, VP of Content Development, FAMILY LIFE
  • Jonathan Daugherty, President, BE BROKEN MINISTRIES
  • Clint Gresham, Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl XLV111 Champion and best-selling author of BECOMING

The Most Relevant Topics

Our keynotes will share their personal stories and insights of how THEY have been addressing marriage boundaries, positive mental health and transformative connection and accountability during the challenges and isolation of the pandemic. 

We hope this February Friday webinar format will provide the support, connection and equipping men need to thrive – rather than ‘white knuckling it alone’ - during this continuing pandemic.


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Posted: Jan 29, 2021,
Categories: Events for Men,
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SEMINARS or conferences are lead by experts, as with counseling or an intensive, but there is typically far less interaction between those who attend. A seminar is only community if we work to make it that. Try to attend with a couple of friends. Share about what you are learning. Meet someone new at the event. These are times of learning, to hear a new voice. We recommend trying to attend one every year or two, as a goal.

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