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Hear More From Break Forth One Keynote Speakers

Break Forth One 2018 has come to a close, but we won’t forget the excellent speakers anytime soon. Whether it was Margaret Feinberg talking about being joyful in times when it doesn’t make sense, or Mark Clark explaining how God works through us no matter who we are or where we come from, there were many powerful messages to encourage and inspire us in our faith.


If you enjoyed the keynote speakers and want to hear more, click on the links below to see more of their work!


Albert Tate spoke on Friday evening about the importance of being One Church. He is the founding pastor of Fellowship Monrovia, a multi-ethnic church in the US. You can find more of his sermons at his church website Made For Fellowship, and on his church podcasts: Fellowship Monrovia. Power to Change interviewed Albert during the weekend which you can watch on our Facebook Page


Margaret Feinberg started Saturday off with her talk about fighting for joy. An author and popular Bible teacher and speaker, she has many resources on her website and blog. She is also featured on this episode of Catalyst Podcast


Levi Lusko, an author and the pastor of Fresh Life Church, spoke on Saturday evening about our destiny and what we should focus on as Christians. You can see more of his sermons at his church website and listen to the church podcasts


Mark Clark concluded the weekend with his powerful message about how God will use anyone, no matter their history or perceived limitations. He is the pastor of the Village Church, and you can find his sermons on the church website and listen to The Mark Clark Podcast.

Who was your favourite keynote speaker? Let us know in the comments!

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