What began in South Africa and is now moving across other continents with hundreds of thousands of men gathering as mighty men of God is coming here. The Mighty Men Conference is underway at Middle Tennessee State University. Host organizer World Outreach Church (WOC) of Murfreesboro has invited Angus Buchan, a South African potato farmer who has led the phenomenon, known as Mighty Men Conferences, reaching more than 400,000 men on multiple continents, as the guest speaker and Country Artist Charlie Daniels as the headliner musical guest.
The Mighty Men Conference USA will tap many of the faith elements seen in Angus Buchan’s world movies: Ordinary People, to be released this month, and Faith Life Potatoes. In addition, well known Country Artist Charlie Daniels, the contemporary Christian musical group of brothers, The Katinas, and World Outreach Worship will be featured at the conference. Tickets are on sale now at wochurch.org/mightymenusa. “Strong Faith, Strong Men,” said G. Allen Jackson, who initiated men’s conferences in the area beginning in 2003 with guests like Oliver North and Charlie Daniels. In 2012, Jackson invited Buchan to join him to become part of the WOC Men’s Conference, unifying these world events with local initiatives. “God has built something within us that has extraordinary impact once we combine what drives us with God’s resources. This conference will help men take another look at how we are doing with life. Our 90-minute event will pay attention to the rapid pace re-set with God solutions. I believe that our faith in God will determine our families, economic, personal and national outcome.”