John Lynch is a speaker, author, and former pastor. After 27 years as the teaching pastor at Open Door Fellowship in Phoenix, Arizona, John joined Trueface in 1997 and began speaking nationally and both authoring and coauthoring many resources such as The Cure and Bo’s Cafe, and his own story in On My Worst Day.

John’s greatest passion is to convince others that grace is more than a polite way of behaving or a self-rewarded pass, but a profound gamble which alone can bring love into the scene.

John and his wife Stacey have three grown children and a growing troupe of grandchildren.


Ed Ollie is the Pastor of Willow Creek Community Church’s North Shore Campus, in Chicago, IL. Previously, Ed has served in a variety of churches and parachurch groups over his career, including as Associate Regional Director for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA and chaplain for the Miami Hurricanes football team. Ed is a passionate advocate for multicultural evangelism and is a frequent speaker to young adults and parents from all nationalities and backgrounds.

Ed obtained a Master of Public Administration, with honors, through the National Urban Fellows Program. He worked in county government in Seattle, Washington, where he served as a speechwriter, helped shape public policy on equity, and participated in numerous civic activities, simultaneously with his ministry work.

Following his master’s degree, Ed was named Director of Development and Alumni Relations at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business. He currently serves as the Chairman of the Board of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship and is a member of the MOPS International Board of Trustees.


Brian Moore is the Lead Pastor at Crosspointe Church in Anaheim, CA. Before coming to Southern California, Brian served as the Campus Pastor at Baptist Bible College in Springfield, MO, where God used him to speak at numerous youth camps, conferences, and churches. At that time he also earned his Master of Arts in church ministry.

Brian became the pastor of Crosspointe Church, Yorba Linda, in December of 2006, shortly after a devastating situation had crippled the ministry. With 70 faithful people left, Brian replanted the ministry and has led it to incredible growth both numerically and spiritually.

Over the past 16 years, the church has grown to nearly 1,500 in attendance every Sunday with campuses in Ventura and Brea. Crosspointe is known for their love of people, their love for their community, and for bringing Hope to people through the love of Jesus Christ.

Brian loves spending time with his wife, Shannon, and his three children, who they adopted from the Philippines. Brian also loves leadership, reading, working out at the gym, and playing basketball.


Kevin Harris is the President of Radical Mentoring, a non-profit focused on helping churches and mentors create disciple-making environments where the next generation can develop thriving relationships with God and others.

In 2002, he underwent a dramatic change as husband, father, and Jesus-follower through his experience as a mentee in a Radical Mentoring group, leading him to craft the purpose statement that has guided him since . . . I exist to glorify God by helping others unlock and apply their God-given talents and strengths.

Today, Kevin is privileged to connect his life purpose with Radical Mentoring’s purpose. Day-to-day, he sets the vision and strategy for Radical Mentoring, serving as an evangelist to new audiences and an invaluable resource to churches using small group mentoring in disciple-making strategy.

Before joining Radical Mentoring, Kevin led a sales team at Wells Real Estate Funds and served in sales positions at CNL and Atlas Energy. He and his wife Susan have two boys and live in Atlanta, GA.


Todd Fields has led worship for more than 30 years. He started out in a youth group band with Andy Stanley in the 80’s, partnered with Louie Giglio in the 90’s and early 2000’s in Atlanta with a ministry called 7:22, traveled with the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, and worked as a worship pastor at North Point Community Church for 21 years.

Todd coaches senior pastors and worship leaders on how to create engaging worship services, how to build unified teams, and how to become better leaders on stage and off. This led him to develop Worship Circle, a unique worship leader coaching network, which gathers worship leaders into small training circles, guided by veteran worship leader coaches such as himself.

Todd currently lives in Alpharetta with his wife, Carrie, and their 4 boys, Chandler, Carter, Connor, and Collin.


Pre-Conference Dinner: Thursday, October 27, 2022, 7:00-9:00pm

Registration: Friday, October 28, 2022, 7:30-9:00am

Beginning of Conference Program: Friday, October 28, 2022, 9:00am

End of Conference: Saturday, October 29, 2022, 4:00pm


The Oaks Retreat Center
27224 CA-78, Ramona, CA 92065


Early Bird Registration


The cost of your ticket includes…
    access to the whole two-day Summit.
    five meals plus snacks and coffee to keep you fueled all weekend.
    physical conference materials, including journal and branded giveaway item.
    the chance to interact with like-hearted mentoring-focused leaders from all across the country.

Attendees are responsible for booking their own lodging at Evergreen Conference Resort. We’ve secured a few different options at the conference center at a discounted group rate. You can book your room here: rdcl.co/summit-book-room