The Battle Belongs to the Lord

Mens Conf 22 1


At Calvary Chapel Lincoln City

Our guest speakers this year will be Greg Bruce, Carlos Villareal, and Steven Cameron. View their bios below! The cost is $35 per person.  This is due in-person or online through Venmo by October 16th. The doors open at 7:30am.

Venmo CCLC@CalvaryChapel-LincolnCity


Lunch will be provided by Island Time Catering.


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GregBGreg Bruce
Greg lives with his wife Lynn on the beautiful Oregon Coast in Lincoln City. Greg currently serves as President & primary Mentor for the nonprofit CTBF, Inc. & Created To Be Free Mentoring. Founded in 2020, we exist because we recognize and are concerned about the pandemic nature of sex and pornography addiction and human trafficking. Using a Biblically-based & clinically informed approach we strive to offer the best, most contemporary mentoring services to men, women & families locally as well as world-wide, with in-person or electronic meetings. To date we’ve served men & families in 10 countries around the world, including our own neighborhood in Lincoln County.
Carlos Villareal
Hi my name is Carlos Villareal and my official title here at Diamonds In The Rough (DITR) is Director Of Operations.  I’m 48 years old and my life has been a turbulent one. I was heavily involved in the gang life which led to a lengthy prison sentence and ultimately a heavy opiate addiction.  After numerous attempts of trying to quit on my own without success, I came to Oregon in 2012. I figured it was about time I try something drastic by changing my environment completely. And it was here at age 38 where I would completely surrender my life to Jesus Christ. He changed everything and blessed me with with my beautiful wife Jamelle and my beautiful kids Ciana, Chris, and Mia.   For the past 5 years we’ve been working with thosein need on a part time basis and steady bible studies. This January (2022) my wife and I decided to push all in, trusting God, that I would do Ministry full time. My heart and joy comes frombeing a part of an individual's recovery and transformation through a relationship with Jesus and connecting with other people who share in the same struggles and victories. 
Steven Cameron
Steven pastors Calvary Chapel Portland City, a church plant in Portland, Oregon. After re-dedicating his life to Christ at age 18, Steven came on staff at Calvary Chapel Golden Springs in Southern California, where he served for 13 years. He assisted in many different ministries including youth, young adults, and recovery ministry. He married his wife Jessica in 2020 and in 2021 they left California to start a new church in Portland.