Dr. Carlton McLeod
Carlton is relentless in his pursuit to compassionately teach with a biblical worldview. From beginning in the Navy, to a call to full-time ministry, he and his wife, Donna, then established Calvary Revival Church Chesapeake. After spending his early years in ministry attempting to pull young people out of the kingdom of darkness with all the world’s methods, the Lord led him back to the Bible to see the critical need for constant, fervent, and Spirit-led biblical family discipleship. Carlton and Donna home educate their three children.
Battle for Our Children Battle for Our Children – Keynote
General Session #5: Saturday, 4:30
Are we fighting hard enough for our children? What happens to themas we raise them in the fear of the Lord? We know the statistics showing that 70-80% of children leave the faith by the time they reach college. Dr. McLeod encourages us in how and why we should fight even more for the next generation.
Reform the Family, the Foundation of the Kingdom Reform the Family, the Foundation of the Kingdom – Keynote
General Session #2: Friday, 3:30
“The family—the much maligned, attacked, misunderstood, vilified, and thought to be irrelevant biblical
family.” —Dr. Carlton McLeod, The Playbook. Just a brief look at our culture reveals the breakdown of
the family and the consequences of compromising this holy institution. Find out more about God’s vision for the family, the need for family reformation, and the family’s impact on the Kingdom of God.
The Importance of a Biblical Marriage The Importance of a Biblical Marriage
Workshop C: Saturday, 10:45
When husband and wife suffer in their relationship, it affects an entire home. It makes discipleship more difficult and spiritually weakens the home. What is the purpose of family? Dr. McLeod shares the value of cultivating a strong marriage and the greater goal of leading our children to Christ.
Unleashing Men and Fathers of the Word Unleashing Men and Fathers of the Word
Workshop A: Friday, 11:15
No one said fatherhood would be easy! It’s challenging to be a godly father with the desire to see his children walk in his foot steps. Dr. McLeod encourages fathers and teaches us what our Lord says of fathers.
Pastors’ and Church Leaders’ Workshop: The Church in a Pickle