Gwinnett Christian Men’s Group
Norcross Fellowship Luncheon SPEAKERS SEPTEMBER – OCTOBER 2011
SEPT. 7 – Testimonies by luncheon attendees.
SEPT. 14 – Testimonies by luncheon attendees.
SEPT. 21 – - Jimmy Rogers, President of Rogers-Wood and Associates, Inc., a metro Atlanta insurance agency. Jimmy began his insurance career in 1964 as a life insurance agent for American General Life Insurance Company and is a member of the Professional Insurance Agency of Georgia. He is past President of Feed the Hungry, been active in Kiwanis, and has formerly served on the International Cabinet of Full Norcross Fellowship LuncheonInternational for many years. He has attended Mt. Paran Church of God since 1951 and served on the Administrative Council there until 2009.
SEPT. 28 – Craig Gleason, professional musician. Craig is a musician, producer, sound engineer, studio owner, and songwriter. He toured for many years, and his talents have taken him throughout the United States and Europe, Africa, and South America. Throughout the 70′s and early 80′s, Craig played guitar in bands called Blackjack and Eli. He was the Atlanta chapter coordinator for the Nashville Songwriters Association International and has several songs published with major Nashville companies. Craig’s original music that he personally performs is reminiscent of early Dylan and Leonard Cohen. His band performed at Super Bowl 2000 on club level and is in high demand for wedding receptions and corporate functions.
OCT. 5 – Testimonies by luncheon attendees.
OCT. 12 – Chris Jensen, Ministry Program Account Executive with Konica Minolta Business Solutions. Chris consults with churches, ministries, and nonprofit organizations in their communication efforts. He specializes in document management, software and hardware solutions. Prior to Konica Minolta, Chris worked in broadcast journalism as a reporter, anchor and producer. He then had an opportunity to work on six continents as a model and actor for 18 years. It was in this last vocation that Chris met his wife, Christy, and share a remarkable story. Doctors said Christy would not conceive, but today Chris and Christy have three healthy children under the age of five! They have faced death, unemploy-
ment, health issues and tremendous uncertainties, but through it all God has proved that He is alive and He is glorious.
OCT. 19 – Scott Magnes, Senior Vice President of Enterprise and Channel Sales for NexTraq. Scott brings more than 25 years of high tech sales management to the company and a wealth of telematics and M2M industry knowledge to the senior management team. Prior to NexTraq, he led sales organizations for AMI, Appforge and SA IT services. At AMI, Scott was responsible for more than one billion software devices installed worldwide. As Chairman of Membership for the Wireless Tech Forum, the largest wireless association in the southeast, Scott is an influential member of the telematics community.
OCT. 26- Donald H. Turner, Chief Executive Officer of Applied Systems Intelligence (ASI). For more than two decades, ASI has been a leading provider of intelligent agent technology used to support commercial and government customers with complex problems. ASI’s PreACT-based Associate Systems harness the intelligence of world class experts enabling people with limited expertise to tap a vast body of knowledge and quickly deliver superior performance in highly demanding situations. Donald brings more than 25 years of experience in business strategy roles with corporate, start-up, and international business management. Before joining ASI, Donald was President of American Reliance, a provider of ruggedized computer solutions to the Department of Defense, Homeland Security, and law enforcement agencies. He has also held positions with PTEK Holdings, ARC Solutions, and Pro-Tech Solutions.
Georgia Men’s Advance at Rock Eagle will be
January 27-29, 2012. Registration begins Oct. 1.
NORCROSS FELLOWSHIP LUNCHEON INFORMATION
NORCROSS FELLOWSHIP LUNCHEON (NFL) – The Norcross Fellowship Luncheon (NFL) provides a platform for Christian business men to share their story of how God has touched their lives both personally and professionally. The NFL has met every week for over 26 years having been started in September, 1985 by Larry Shrader and Heinz Wegener. We have had hundreds of businessmen share their testimonies. We are not affiliated with any denomination or organization, have no membership, and never have taken an offering to support the meetings. We try to remain denominationally inclusive and politically neutral in the meetings and just keep the focus on Jesus. We have men and women from all denominations and those with no church affiliations attend. The meetings are geared to business men sharing their faith in Jesus Christ and how that works in the marketplace.
Norcross Fellowship Luncheon (NFL)
MEETS EVERY WEDNESDAY 12-1 AT:
Golden Corral, 770-495-7999
3270 Satellite Blvd.
Duluth, GA 30096
DIRECTIONS – http://www.nfl-luncheon.com/directions.html
I-285 to I-85 North;
Left (West) at exit 103, Steve Reynolds Blvd (go about 0.5 miles);
Right on Satellite Blvd;
Golden Corral is about 1 mile on the right at 3270 Satellite Blvd
Golden Corral Phone: 770-495-7999
NFL Web site -