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The Free Indeed Men’s Conference has been used annually to call men to their highest purpose: Freedom in Christ! Every year hundreds of men gather together to encounter God and to see their lives transformed!

Every year men are saved from death, every year men find refreshment through repentance, and every year men are filled with the Holy Spirit. Free Indeed has become an incredible event to thousands because they are challenged with bold truth, they unite in powerful worship and they are sent out with renewed priority and urgency.

Because of this, our prayer is that Free Indeed 2019 would be your best spent weekend of the year. May it be so!

"If the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed." John 8:36


Ted Duncan

Ted Duncan

Ted is the founding pastor of Harvest Bible Chapel Mississauga, a vibrant and diverse church located at the crossroads of some of Canada’s fastest growing cities. Born and raised in Hamilton, Ted served on staff at Harvest Bible Chapel in Oakville for five years before planting in 2009.

He earned bachelor’s degrees in History and Education at Queen’s University and a Master of Divinity at Heritage Theological Seminary in Cambridge Ontario.

Ted is trusting God each day and spending himself in order that more and more people from more and more nations will hear the gospel and worship Jesus. He and his wife Lyncey fell in love at summer camp. Ted loves to ski and Lyncey’s a snowboarder but they still manage to get along. They live in Brampton with their four energetic and entertaining sons.

Robbie Symons

Robbie Symons

Robbie Symons is the founding pastor of Harvest Bible Chapel Oakville. His greatest passion is to see lives changed for the glory of God.

Harvest Oakville has experienced the power and grace of the Lord in its growth from a Bible study of 18 people in 2003 to over 4000 people today. They have also been used to see the birth of several vibrant churches across Canada.

Robbie’s radio ministry through Harvest Oakville, called Live in the Light, can be heard daily throughout Southern Ontario, Western New York, and the Atlantic Provinces. He is also the author of Passion Cry: How Apathy is Killing the Church and A Passion for Christ Will Revive It. Robbie has also taken the role of On-Air Bible Teacher at 100 Huntley St. where he deeply desires to reach people with the word of God resulting in a passion for Christ.

Robbie and his wife Gillian live in Burlington, Ontario with their four children.

Norm Millar

Norm Millar

Norm Millar is the Senior Pastor at Redemption Bible Chapel.

Before going into ministry, Norm had an 18-year career in computer software design and project management.

Norm obtained his MDiv from The Master’s Seminary in Los Angeles. In 2000, he planted, with 30 others, SouthWest Community church in London. SouthWest transitioned to Harvest Bible Chapel London in 2006, and as of this fall, changed its name to Redemption Bible Chapel. Redemption Bible Chapel is excited to be a member church in a new church planting organization called the Great Commission Collective (GCC).

Norm graduated in May 2017 with his DMin (focus on preaching) from Southern Seminary.

Norm has been married to Cindy for 39 years. They have five children and 13 grandchildren, with number 14 due in the new year.

Mark Clark

Mark Clark

Mark grew up in an unchurched family and was a skeptic most of his life. He became a Christian at the end of high school and felt called into pastoral ministry in his early twenties. In 2010, Mark planted Village Church with 16 people, which has now grown into a vibrant multi-site church of over 5000 people, with locations in Vancouver and Calgary.

He is passionate about contextualizing the gospel, teaching the Bible, seeing people transformed by Jesus, planting churches, and seeing the gospel advance in North America and beyond. Mark has been featured in Christianity Today and was recently featured in Outreach Magazine as one of the 26 pastors to watch in North America.

He is the author of The Problem of God: Answering a Skeptics Challenges to Christianity, and resides in the Greater Vancouver Area with his wife and their three daughters.


God really showed me His Word in a fresh light and I really saw the life giving power in His Word.

For me [Free Indeed] was a great refresher, life can be so chaotic that it is easy to forget some of the basics of our faith and what Christ did for us. This weekend was a great time to just forget everything else for a bit and get focused again.

I arrived at Free Indeed with a hope to understand the message being a new Christian. What I left with is the Holy Spirit flowing inside of me. I have never felt such conviction and praise as I did learning from [the speakers at Free Indeed].