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After paroling prison on December 13, 2008, Tony Hoffman started living out his dream, with his addiction behind him. Tony is a Former BMX Elite Pro and placed 2nd at the 2016 World Championships in Medellin Colombia in the Masters Pro class. Tony coached Women’s Elite Pro, Brooke Crain, to a 4th place finish at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games in Brazil.
Tony has presented on the prestigious TEDx stage and his Goalcast video that went viral in February of 2020 has been viewed more than 12 million times. He is the Founder and Director of The Freewheel Project, a non-profit organization that mentors thousands of youth through action sports. Today, Tony is an author & one of the most requested mental health & substance use speakers in the country, traveling over 200 days a year to share his inspiring story with various audiences.
In 2022 Tony will be opening his treatment center, pH Wellness, where he plans to continue his dream of leading people from the depths of addiction to the fulfillment of sobriety and a life of purpose.
NEIL T. ANDERSON is founder and president of Freedom in Christ Ministries. He was formerly the chairman of the Practical Theology Department at Talbot School of Theology. He holds five degrees from Talbot, Pepperdine University and Arizona State University and Arizona State University and has authored several bestselling books on spiritual freedom, including Victory Over the Darkness and The Bondage Breaker.
Functional Medicine Certified Practitioner (IFMCP) – Institute for Functional Medicine
Medical Doctor (MD) – University of Arkansas College of Medicine
Family Medicine Board Certified – University of Arkansas NW Area Health Education Center, Family Medicine residency
University of Central Arkansas – Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics
University of Arkansas for Health Sciences – Certificate of Dietetic Internship
Kyle Winkler is a practical Bible teacher and creator of the popular Shut Up, Devil! mobile app.
He is known for his vulnerable but bold messages that have been shared on platforms and media
throughout the world, including TBN’s Praise the Lord, Sid Roth’s It’s Supernatural!, 700 Club
Interactive, The Blaze, and many more. To get there, however, he first had to overcome deep
wounds of rejection, shame and insecurity. With God’s grace, he did. That is why he is so
passionate about helping others find victory in their own struggles. Kyle holds a Master of
Divinity in Biblical Studies from Regent University. He resides in Central Florida.
Lance Lang is the CEO and Founder of the nonprofit Hope is Alive for the past ten years. The organization is a leader in the sober-living home mentorship industry. His background is in business and nonprofit leadership, which spans nearly 20 years. Currently, HIA has 5O employees, 24 homes across 5 states, 200+ residents, an 80% sobriety rate, and is filled with men and women working to radically change their lives. Additionally, HIA has 36 Finding Hope support groups with 462 attendees. Currently, Lance is married to his wife Allyson Lang. They both live in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma with their newborn son.
Paige Loehr lives in Overland Park, Kansas with her husband and two children. They have been business owners for over a decade and have been able to focus their lifestyle around their family. A relationship with God is the center of Paige's life, and because of that, she has encountered healing in many areas. So it is her joy to share that healing with others. Paige is passionate about helping people feel the freedom that she lives in every single day.
With a bachelors in communication, a masters in Performance Psychology, and almost 20 years of coaching experience, James teaches leadership, character, and mental residency to elite performers in sport, theater, and business through keynotes, workshops, and online courses.
He has worked for companies like IMG Academy, USA Swimming, Positive Coaching Alliance, and the Dallas Cowboys. He was most recently a mental performance coach for the Chicago Bulls organization.
Coach Leath lives in Dallas, TX.
Britni Boyce is a recovery advocate and works with multiple nonprofits throughout Arkansas, sharing her expertise as well as her own personal story of addiction, recovery, and freedom. Passionate about recovery, she got her Master's degree in Social Work. She earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from John Brown University. Britni is the founder of Level Up Recovery, LLC.
“I’m a passionate lover of Jesus and a dearly loved son of God. Husband to my amazing wife, Sherri, and dad to my beautiful kids, Austin, Brannon and Eden. Sherri and I have been blessed to reach people with The Gospel, for 30+ years, in many areas: student ministry leadership, Draw The Line Ministries, student pastors, B1 Partnership of Youth Ministries, large festival and concert outreaches, skateparks, drug/alcohol rehabs, schools and conferences, among others. We have been the Senior Associate Pastors at Impact Church in Sherwood, Arkansas, for the last seven and a half years. We are also blessed to have our own ministry, Love Unity, which has four areas of focus: Arkansas Awakening - A network of pastors and churches that are mobilizing to equip His Body, and to share the love of Jesus with the lost and hurting in this state. Whosoevers Arkansas - A ministry that is focused on reaching the youth and younger generations, outside the four walls, through unorthodox and cutting edge methods. Overflow - Sharing the love of Jesus, through strategic partners, with people in the cultural, arts and entertainment districts. Philip Blunk Ministries - Guest speaking, preaching and conferences. At the core of who my Abba Father created me to be, is my heart beating in union with Jesus’ Prayer in John 17:20-23. His Body, united in His Love, focused on reaching our youth and younger generations: The last Jesus Movement!
Mitzi Love is a unique educator of the vital Lymphatic System that keeps you alive.
She pioneered the fashion trend-setting lymphatic body-suit, a wearable presentation of YOUR SUPERPOWER within and teaches in a FUN easy way to understand!
After graduating with her license to “touch” people (massage therapist), Mitzi went on to study the lymphatic system and obtain a specialized in-depth training on Complete Decongestive Therapy and treatment for lymphedema and lymphatic drainage.
Mitzi is known as the Lymphatic Addict for her “enthusiastic devotion” empowering you to take charge of your mental, emotional, and physical health through creating a holistic personalized program suited to your individual needs.
Her specialties are oncology care, immune system support via lymphatic massage, lymphatic drainage, pre/post-surgery, and FUN! Mitzi has successfully served her clients needs over the past 20 years.
As a certified Reboundologist, she continues to prove that getting healthy mentally, emotionally, and physically by supporting your lymphatic flow is possible and yes……FUN!
Kyle Brewer, BS, PRPS, is the Peer Specialist Program Manager for NAADAC, the Association for Addiction Professionals. He works for NAADAC remotely from Little Rock, AR, managing the Arkansas Peer Specialist Program. He oversees the development and implementation of an innovative three-tier credentialing process (Core, Advanced, Supervision) for the Arkansas Peer Support Model.
Brewer earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Addiction Studies from the University of Central Arkansas in 2013. He went on to use his lived experience with drug and alcohol addiction to become a Certified Peer Recovery Specialist, where he became the first Peer Recovery Specialist in Arkansas to be stationed in an emergency department. He led the development and implementation of this position at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) and multiple hospitals across the state.
In 2020, he became one of the first ten Certified Peer Support Supervisors in Arkansas. Brewer is a trainer on a variety of topics, including Peer Support, Peer Supervision and Family Opioid Response Narcan Training. He serves on numerous committees and boards to develop and strengthen the Arkansas Model and improve peer support services across the United States. Most recently, he was awarded the 2021 Arkansas Peer Leadership Award which acknowledges and celebrates exemplary leadership that has significant and positive impact on advancing the peer movement and practices of the peer support profession.