*Online registration is now closed, limited tickets will be available to purchase at the door and will be first come first serve. Tickets are $30.

Sunday, January 30th | 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Church at The Mill | 4455 Anderson Mill Rd. Moore, SC 29369

About the Upstate Men’s Conference

Few men have a whole weekend to give, much less a whole day. But what about ONE evening? ONE time, in ONE place where men can be fed physically, relationally, and spiritually.

ONE nationally recognized coach and TWO preachers who lead dynamic churches with ONE purpose: To challenge and encourage men.

Every man needs to be challenged and encouraged. Join men from all over the Upstate for one power-packed evening of worship, fellowship, truth, and encouragement. You will leave refreshed and reminded of God’s purpose for your life.

Regardless of who you are or where you’re from this event is open to all men ages 16 years and older. Register today, and sign up a friend too! The cost is $30 per person which includes dinner and snacks throughout the night.

Meet the Speakers



Travis Agnew is a disciple, husband, father, and pastor. He is married to Amanda and the father of Obadiah, Eli, and Gloria. He serves as the Lead Pastor of Rocky Creek Church in Greenville, SC. Travis graduated from North Greenville University with a B.A. in Christian Studies and a Music minor. Earning his M.Div. and D.Min. from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, his doctoral focus was on family discipleship.



Since becoming Clemson’s head football coach in 2009, Dabo Swinney has already established his legacy by becoming the first coach in program history to lead Clemson to multiple national championships. Dabo has coached Clemson in winning seven ACC championships and 2 national championships. Easily one of the top best coaches in the nation, Dabo Swinney has been named Coach of The Year, three times by the American Heart Association’s annual Paul “Bear” Bryant Awards.



Dr. D.J. Horton has been the Senior Pastor of Church at The Mill since 2004. He often says his job as our shepherd is to focus on four P’s; prayer, preaching, people, and purpose. An Alabama native raised in a pastor’s home, he came to know Christ personally as an eight-year-old boy. His call to ministry became very clear during college. Growing spiritually but struggling with feelings of unworthiness to pastor people, D.J. began to really grasp the greatness of the grace of God.


5:00 PM Dinner
5:45 PM Welcome & Worship
6:05 PM Session 1
6:50 PM Break & Dessert
7:35 PM Worship
7:50 PM Session 2
8:40 PM Closing Challenge
8:50 PM Worship & Conclusion