We apologize for any inconvenience, but in order to provide you with the optimum guest experience our registration for the No Regrets Conference is now closed.
There will be limited seating available for on-site registrations beginning the first day of the conference on Friday, May 5. Once as the available slots are filled we will not be receiving any additional walk-ups. Please arrive as early as Friday May 5th at 6:00 pm to register before our worship night experience Saturday May 6 at 7:30 am before our conference begins.
Please email Issac@hopechurchmemphis.com for more information on how you can secure a registration.
The 2017 No Regrets Singles Conference returns for three days this year on May 5, 6, and 7! FEATURING SPECIAL GUEST: TONY GASKINS, JR!
Register now while tickets are still available. Registration closes soon!
No Regrets: Chasing Destiny, promises to be a life-changing experience as biblical and practical tools on how to become the people God has destined us to be. From celebrity life coach and intercontinental speaker, Tony Gaskins, Jr. to national traveling spoken word artists and published authors and plenary session speakers, it is always our aim to provide a wholistic conference that speaks to the entire person.
This conference will help you to live and to walk in the freedom God has called you to live whether you are single, dating, engaged, married or divorced.
This year we are pleased to feature Celebrity Life Coach and Intercontinental Speaker Tony Gaskins, Jr.
Tony A. Gaskins Jr. is a husband of nine years, father of two boys, author, celebrity life coach, and intercontinental speaker. It’s been an interesting journey.
Tony built his brand from scratch. At 22, he became an author. At 23, he became a husband and father. At 25, he started his first company, Soul Writers LLC. At 25, he also got himself on globally televised shows to tell a portion of his story. Tony decided to turn his pain into purpose and live a life of service. Raised in the church and being the son of a pastor, there was something about service that stuck with Tony.
Tony made his fair share of mistakes like most young men from areas like where he grew up. Many of his childhood friends are serving life sentences in prison. Although Tony was introduced to the street life between the ages of 18–23, he finally found his way. At 23, he allowed love to change his life. His wife was unwilling to be with a man who wouldn’t live up to his full potential. That tough love pushed Tony to be more and to do more.
As his own agent, publicist, and manager Tony began to build a blueprint that he teaches to thousands of students today. A self-taught master of service, Tony teaches as he learns. He first became known for his love and relationship advice. This wasn’t a popular topic for a man to be so passionate about, but it was organic for Tony because love transformed him. He spoke from the heart on love and relationships and it helped him amass millions of followers online. After a few years in that space he also began to teach on business and entrepreneurship. Tony owns five companies with countless streams of income, so business and entrepreneurship were a natural progression.
By combining all of his passions Tony became an author, life coach, and speaker. In 2015, he became the first life coach in history to be on salary with an NBA team. Tony also became the life coach for several college teams. His message comes from his mess. He believes that we all are coaches because we’ve all learned lessons that can help someone else. Operating in his gifts also took him around the world as a highly sought- after speaker. Tony has spoken in two other continents and over 10 different countries and counting. Tony was able to accomplish these feats by the tender age of 31.
He doesn’t believe in boxes. “Don’t put me in a box until I’m going in the ground,” he says. He covers a wide range of topics in the areas of life, love, and business. He’s written several books on those subjects with his latest work being The Dream Chaser published by Wiley and available everywhere books are sold.
Issac Curry was born in Anaheim, California and later raised in Memphis, Tennessee.
He earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Lane College in Business Marketing and Religion. He earned his Masters of Divinity degree from Princeton Theological Seminary where he focused on New Testament Studies and Practical Theology. He also earned his Masters of Theology degree from Duke University where he focused on Hebrew and Black Church Studies.
Having served congregations in Tennessee, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, North Carolina, and the Republic of Kenya, Issac presently serves as an assistant pastor at Hope Church, a multiethnic and intergenerational ministry committed to fostering a church for the un-churched in the heart of Memphis, Tennessee. Issac is a singles pastor, an adjunct professor, a counselor, and a motivational speaker.
God’s ministry has taken Issac across the country and around the world, which has fed and influenced his passion to communicate the deep truths of Scripture in a relevant and uncompromising manner to people of all ages, cultures, and ethnicities.
- Tony Gaskins, Jr. – Keynote messages, book signing, and Q & A
- Performance by Cyrus Speaks – national traveling spoken word artist
- Engaging plenary speakers
- Humdingers lunch
- Perkins breakfast
- Free commemorative t-shirt and tote bag
- Vendor shopping and food trucks
Friday, May 5 • 7 pm–9 pm
An epic night of diverse worship with various musical artists along with a time to mix and mingle outside with local food trucks. Plus, a performance from spoken word artist, Cyrus Speaks.
Saturday, May 6 • 9 am–2 pm
Plenary sessions from engaging speakers, vendor shopping, lunch and dessert from Humdingers Restaurant. Plus, a keynote message from Tony Gaskins, Jr. and book signings from conference speakers.
Sunday, May 7 • 9 am–11 am
Breakfast with Gaskins! A time of worship, breakfast provided by Perkins Restaurant, and a timely message from Tony Gaskins, Jr.