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Man Up 2016 (Oct. 7-9)

Man Up is for every man, in every walk of life. Last year hundreds of men spent the weekend competing in the Man-Up-A-Thon, worshiping, eating great food, and much more. If you've never joined us for this life-changing weekend make sure to sign up! If you've been a part of Man Up in years past, grab a friend who needs to be there.

Steve Norman

Steve Norman is the Lead Pastor for Kensington Community Church's campus in Troy, MI. He also serves on the Elder and Executive Teams and assists, as needed, with Global Ministry's initiatives in Israel/Palestine. From 1995-2000, Steve worked with high school and college students at Kensington and in 2000, planted a church called Genesis to reach young people in metro Detroit. In 2013 he completed his doctorate in intercultural studies from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, CA. His dissertation is titled "U.S. Evangelicals and Israel/Palestine: Obstacles to Missiological Engagement"; he has also written for Leadership Journal, Preaching Today and On Faith. Steve and his wife Kelly, along with their four children, reside in suburban Detroit.

Dave Wilson

NFL Chaplain, Lead Pastor, Hall of Fame CollegeQuarterback, and nationally touring speaker – he wears a lot of hats, but it’s his singular passion for enriching lives through spreading the Word and wisdom of God that truly defines Dave Wilson.

Since attaining his seminary degree, Dave has transformed his passion for sharing the message of Christ and unique ‘nothing’s off limits’ style into a 30 +year career in ministry. As a co-founder of Kensington Community Church, a national, multi-campus church that host’s thousands of visitors every weekend along-side wife, Ann Wilson, Dave’s energy and experience allow him to engage with crowds of any size.

Jamie Winship

After five years in law enforcement, Jamie was contacted by the CIA to work in the Muslim world, because he had been effective in using his faith to solve criminal cases and to bridge the gap with marginalized communities. Responding to God's call on his life to work within the Muslim world, Jamie spent the next 25 years in some of the most difficult places including Indonesia, Iraq, Jordan and Israel/Palestine.

While serving in Iraq shortly after the U.S. forces controlled Baghdad, Jamie and his team faced incredible pressure and loss, but God used his experience there to draw thousands of Muslims into the Kingdom. Today, Jamie is using his experiences of hearing from God and sharing his faith with people from American boardrooms to some of the world's most restricted countries.