SPEAKERS & WORSHIP LEADERS
Steve Arterburn is the founder and chairman of New Life Ministries and host of the # 1 nationally syndicated Christian
counseling talk show "New Life Live" heard and watched by millions on over 180 radio stations nationwide in addition to
Sirius XM Satellite radio and now seen on television on the Family Net and NRB networks. Steve is also the founder of
the Women of Faith conferences attended by over 4,000,000 people. He also serves as a teaching pastor at Heartland
Church in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Steve is a nationally known public speaker and has been featured in national media venues such as Oprah, Inside Edition,
Good Morning America, CNN Live, The New York Times, USA Today, US News & World Report, ABC World News Tonight, and
ironically in GQ magazine and Rolling Stone magazine. In August 2000, Steve was inducted into the National Speakers
Association's Hall of Fame.
Steve is a best selling author of books such as Every Man's Battle, Lose It for Life, Healing Is A Choice and his
latest books, Is This the One? and Walking Into Walls. With over 7,000,000 books in print he has been writing about
God's transformational truth since 1984. He has been nominated for numerous writing awards and won three Gold Medallions
for writing excellence. Along with Dave Stoop, he edited and produced The Life Recovery Bible.
Steve has degrees from Baylor University and The University of North Texas as well as two honorary doctorate degrees
and is currently completing his doctoral studies in Christian Counseling.
Steve resides with his family in Fishers, Indiana.
David Stoop, Ph.D.
David Stoop, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist in the State of California. He received his Masters in Theology from
Fuller Theological Seminary and his Ph.D. from the University of Southern California. He is the founder and director of The
Center for Family Therapy in Newport Beach, California, where he has his counseling practice. He is an adjunct professor at
Fuller Seminary and serves on the Executive Board of the American Association of Christian Counselors.
Dr. Stoop is a Gold Medallion winning author who has written several books, including, Forgiving the Unforgivable,
People of the Bible Uncensored, and Rethink How you Think. He has co-edited the Life Recovery Bible with Steve Arterburn,
and co-authored the Book of Life Recovery.
Dr. Stoop and his wife Jan live in Newport Beach; they have three sons and six grandchildren.
Rev. Milan Yerkovich
Milan is a Pastoral Counselor and an ordained minister. He has a Master’s Degree in Biblical Studies and a California
Teaching Credential in physical education, health and biology. He has worked with marriages and families for over 30 years.
He was a high school teacher and coach, a pastor of a local church for 13 years and was in sales and marketing with a large
medical device company. He works primarily with couples doing marriage therapy and enjoys working with teens. He is a Bible
teacher and lecturer in the areas of theology, marriage, family and parenting.
As a Pastoral Counselor, he worked for the Center for Individual and Family Therapy as a marriage counselor for three years
and now is the full time director of Relationship180, a non-profit organization that is devoted to counseling and mentoring
individuals and families toward healthy relationships.
Milan and his wife, Kay have written How We Love, and the sequel, How We Love Our Kids. They are parents of four children
and have four grandchildren. Milan is a martial arts instructor. He also enjoys swimming, biking and fly-fishing.
Brian & Kim Tabor
Kim and Brian Tabor are in love. Madly, deeply, passionately in love with Jesus. And it shows.
They communicate that love with every syllable and note during concert performances and worship events. Theirs is an unmatched
gift in creating an atmosphere of genuine worship. When Kim and Brian take the stage, they come to tell of the overwhelming
love of Christ and to celebrate His presence. Their unique ability to bring worshipers to the feet of God stems from their
own deep, personal relationship with Jesus and from years of honing their craft and sharing their gift with congregations
around the country.
God has shaped Kim and Brian for music and for worship all their lives. Singing in high school musicals, performing in bands,
and worshiping through their home churches, Kim and Brian individually grew closer to God, developed their skills, and grew
their love for music. God eventually led them from their hometowns (Brian from Evansville, Ind., and Kim from Cleveland, Ohio)
to enroll as students at Anderson University in Anderson, Ind. It was in college where they met and fell in love. After graduating,
each with a music degree, Brian and Kim were married in 1995.
Offering more than a concert or worship experience, Tabor Ministries uses every turn on the platform as an opportunity to share
the Gospel—the Good News of God's unconditional and relentless love. "Music and worship are powerful tools that can be used to
open hearts to the message of the Gospel," explains Brian. "The heart of our ministry is to use these tools to share God's love
with people everywhere. We believe that God is passionate about people and their need for fellowship with Him, and we have committed
our lives and ministry to this purpose.".
|Speakers/artists lineup and schedule subject to change.