RE:FUEL Memphis Conference Information

Presented by Cobblestone Media Group

Hosted by Highland Church (400 N. Houston Levee Road).

Schedule:  4:00 – 10:00 PM – A detailed agenda will be provided soon.  Plan to be early and take advantage of quality food trucks that will be onsite. People that check-in before 4:45 will be eligible for free gifts that evening. Everything about this conference will be tailored to men, even though families are invited.  Prayerfully, this conference will provide a window into the soul of a man so the whole family will leave having a better understanding of our unique needs and struggles.

Music:  The RE:FUEL Band

Stephen Akindona and the Fellowship Memphis Band

Stephen Akindona from Fellowship Memphis and his talented band.

Stephen will also be working along side other talented musicians from across the city.  The music will be great!

Speakers:  This line up of talented communicators is the best we’ve ever had!


Jase Robertson

Jase Robertson from A&E’s Duck Dynasty can be found in the blind each and every day of duck season. The son of “Duck Commander” Phil Robertson, Jase’s passion for faith, family and hunting led him to live by a simple code: “Only three things matter: God, then family, then ducks.” Jase and his wife Missy have been married for 20 years and have three children: Reed, Cole and Mia.

Coach Mo - Maurice Harris

Coach Maurice Harris: As the Assistant Coach and Recruiting Coordinator for Offense/Tight Ends at Ole Miss, “Coach Mo” knows first-hand how critical and rewarding it can be to unite a team of talented individuals toward a common goal. His work to improve players and their performance has led to the overall strengthening of the Ole Miss football program. Harris and his wife, LaQuesha, have two children, Arami, Cortlynn, and a Godson, DeVonte’. The family is involved in a number of charity efforts, and Maurice went with several members of the Ole Miss team and staff on a spring break mission trip to Haiti in 2015.

Don McLaughlin

Don McLaughlin: Don has been in ministry for more than 25 years and has served as senior minister for North Atlanta Church since 1997. He conducts seminars and workshops on spiritual growth, communication, leadership and personal effectiveness across the U.S. and around the world. Don and his wife Susan are the parents of 5 children and have impacted countless lives across the country due to their conviction and commitment to authentically following Jesus in radical ways.