EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the first of two advance in-depth news stories Making Headline News is featuring on Texas empowerment extraordinaire Andrew J Landry leading to his annual conference in late August.
We then that are strong ought to bear the infirmities of the weak, and not to please ourselves. (Romans 15:1 KJV)
LEADING BY EXAMPLE
HUMBLE, Texas — Another year, another golden opportunity for accomplished Texas businessman Andrew J Landry to steadfastly carry out his God-mandated assignment.
The founder and chief executive officer of the Where Men Hurt organization, Landry announced that he’s hosting the Third Annual Where Men Hurt Conference, a one-day, spiritual empowerment assembly that’s centered largely on equipping the total man to become all that God has predestined him to be.
An event that will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. CST, Landry’s Where Men Hurt Conference will take place on August 28 at FountainBlu Banquet and Event Center, located at 6327 Spencer Highway in nearby Pasadena, Texas.
Generally, the Where Men Hurt Conference is widely regarded as what organizers describe as a comprehensive men’s conference, a one-day empowerment forum during which men from various walks of life will acquire pertinent educational tools, relational guidance, and practical resources to help them get healed, both in the natural and spirit.
Registration is required and the cost to attend the conference is $50. Attendees can register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/158322610189.
REGISTER FOR THE CONFERENCE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/158322610189
“The purpose and mission for this conference is to tackle issues of life for men in a nonjudgmental, safe setting,” Landry told Making Headline News this week. “(There’s much) excitement and high expectations (for this year’s conference).”
Amongst the reasons is that this year’s Where Men Hurt Conference, for the first time in two years, will be an in-person event after last year’s gathering was a hybrid assembly.
Just like in the previous two years, the Where Men Hurt Conference will feature a host of dignitaries and notable empowerment speakers, most notably Donald Morton of Wilmington, Delaware.
Morton is the mastermind behind The ReManned Project Inc., his Wilmington-based organization that has expanded to garner national notoriety. A native Delawarean, Morton’s movement — much to his delight — couldn’t have reemerged as a globally-acclaimed fixture at a better time, in large part because of the wave of international headlines the Black Lives Matter movement has generated in recent months.
Having become greatly inspired to establish his movement by his late father, as well as prominent individuals such as the late Dr. Myles Munroe, Dr. Ed Cole, Dr. Tony Evans and, “most importantly, Dr. Michael Freeman,” whom Morton describes as a mentor because “He is the model of excellence and integrity,” The ReManned Project is steadily acquiring a continuous global presence, in large part of Morton’s fervent quest to ensure his movement remains relevant, especially for such perilous times as now.
Also appearing at the Where Men Hurt Conference is Houston’s Dr. Cordell Nwokejii and Denver’s Dr. Foster Exposé.
A board-certified urologist for Premier Urology in Kingwood, Texas, Dr. Nwokejii is prominently known as an active member of the American Urological Association (AUA), Harris County Medical Society (HCMS), Texas Medical Association (TMA), and the Houston Urologic Society.
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To his credit, Dr. Nwokeji was recognized as a Top Doc 2021 by Find a Top Doc and is the beneficiary of the designation Greenlight Center of Excellence with Boston Scientific for his high degree of experience and commitment to delivering effective, long-lasting therapy to men suffering from benign prostate hyperplasia, according to research compiled by Making Headline News.
Dr. Exposé, meanwhile, is a nationally-acclaimed Senior Organizational Development/Talent Management Leader and ICF Professional Certified Coach who is the head of physician leadership development at UC Health.
Having emerged as a valuable asset in working for various organizations and health systems across the nation, Dr. Exposé has facilitated over 50,000 leadership training hours on topics such as organizational culture, emotional intelligence, psychology of teams, communication strategies, and workplace conflict, among others. To his credit, he has led change initiatives for a number of Fortune 500 companies and has coached nearly 200 physician and administrative executive leaders, according to research compiled by MHN.
Interestingly enough, while working in the healthcare industry since 2014, Dr. Exposé has led the creation and delivery of 18 leadership programs for administrative and physician leaders across corporate entities, most notably Children’s Health Systems of Texas, UAB Medicine, and MD Anderson Cancer Center, among others.
REGISTER FOR THE CONFERENCE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/158322610189
As for how the Where Men Hurt Conference figures to greatly impact and help advance the kingdom, Landry, Making Headline News’ 2019 Man of The Year, said:
“The primary objective is to bring men of all backgrounds, religions, and ethnicities into one room to address the real issues of life, to let men know they are not fighting the battles alone, and to provide resources to help men get to a place of wholeness.”
“We look at the various areas where men hurt: mental health, physical health, finances, business, relationships, and social justice,” continued Landry, a member of the historic Lighthouse Church Houston and a two-time published author. “We have intentionally positioned ourselves to effectively reach all men who may be suffering in silence to be a resource for them.
“Our nationwide footprint is designed to present tools and resources for any man who is willing to unpeel the layers and remove the mask. We allow men to be transparent without judgment, as our belief is vulnerability and transparency are the first steps to becoming whole.”
Landry has become a fixture in the Humble community for hosting what it known as Where Men Hurt, a weekly empowerment gathering during which a gallery of men assemble to discuss a variety of pertinent, life-enhancing topics, particularly finance, mental health, and personal development.
The weekly session customarily takes place at Master Barber Headquarters Barbershop, located at 1502 1st Street East in Humble.
PUTTING ON THE FULL ARMOUR OF GOD — “The purpose and mission for this conference is to tackle issues of life for men in a nonjudgmental, safe setting,” Landry told Making Headline News this week. “(There’s much) excitement and high expectations (for this year’s conference).”
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For more information about Andrew J Landry’s Where Men Hurt Conference, log to https://wheremenhurt.org/ or register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/158322610189. For more information about Landry’s “Overcoming The Addiction That No One Has” and “After the Violation: A Comprehensive Guide to Healing After Being Sexually Mishandled,” or to schedule him for a speaking engagement, connect with him via Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/wheremenhurt; Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wheremenhurt/. Also, send email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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