March 3-4, 2023

First Denton
1100 Malone St, Denton, TX 76201

Registration Deadline Extended to February 20!


Teen Sessions

Future Success Depends on Current Realities

Jeff Neal

Teens and Tech

Kyle Wassom

Anxiety Depression Suicide Pandemic

Mark Roberts

Parent Sessions

A Moms Perspective Changes Everything

Suzanne Manning (Crazy Cool Family)

The Power Of A Parent

Lori Kuykendall

Equipping Dad To Be The Leader In The Home

Don Manning (Crazy Cool Family)

Combined Sessions

Pursuing God As A Family

Don and Suzanne Manning (Crazy Cool Family)

The New Sexual Revolution

Lori Kuykendall

Sex Change Regret

Walt Heyer

Connection Experience : Connecting Heart To Heart

Richard Ross


Amy Davison is a wife, boy mom, and Air Force veteran turned apologist. She earned her MA in Christian Apologetics from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and is the podcast host and writer for Mama Bear Apologetics. She co-wrote the Mama Bear Apologetics Guide to Sexuality and has a passion to equip parents and teens for understanding God’s design for their bodies and cultural challenges to the faith. 

Fight the New Drug

Fight the New Drug is a non-religious, non-legislative, educational organization that has presented to over a million people all across the globe.

They have over 6 million social media followers from all over the world and have worked with experts, researchers, celebrities, professional athletes, award-winning journalists, CEO’s, authors, influencers, and advocates from across all industries.

In 1977, Gene McGuire’s life as a free man ended.

He was one of three men involved in the late-night robbery of a bar. One of the men stabbed and killed the bar owner, and Gene was sentenced to life in prison without parole on a second-degree murder charge. He was 17 years old. Nearly 10 years later, after achieving influence in the prison culture of drugs, power, money, pornography and disdain for authority, Gene humbled himself and experienced a Christ-transformation.

After submitting to years of discipleship, Gene became a spiritual leader to thousands of inmates. With no hope for release himself, Gene instead developed a fruitful, fulfilling ministry within his world of incarceration. He became an elder in the prison church, developed small groups and yard Bible studies and led others who were also without freedom to true freedom in Christ.

Then, almost 35 years into his prison sentence, came an unexpected miracle. On April 3, 2012, Presiding Judge Russell D. Shurtleff addressed the crowded Wyoming County Courtroom in Pennsylvania. He ruled that Gene had been wrongfully charged, that his life sentence was reversed and that he had already served the appropriate sentence due. Gene was released a free man — no parole.

His story is riveting — from a life sentence of imprisonment to one filled with the power of God’s love, forgiveness and freedom, bringing hope to all.

Richard Ross

Richard Ross has served as professor of student ministry in the Jack D. Terry School of Educational Ministries since 2000. His entire life has focused on seeing Christ glorified in the lives of teenagers and their parents and leaders. He served as a local-church student pastor for 30 years. Overlapping part of that time was 16 years of service as the student ministry consultant at LifeWay Christian Resources.

Ross prepared for investment in the lives of teenagers through bachelor’s, Master’s, and PhD degrees. He has written over 20 books related to teenagers, youth leaders, and parents of teenagers. Each year he speaks and preaches in over 40 churches, conferences, and conventions.

God whispered the idea for the True Love Waits movement to Jimmy Hester and Richard Ross. The first promises of purity were made by members of Ross’ youth group in 1993. Today the movement has been embraced by 100 denominations and national student organizations in the U.S. and by over 100 countries. Interest in the movement has led Ross to appear on such programs as The Today Show, Nightline, and CNN Headline News—and to be interviewed by The Washington Post, The Washington Times, the New York Times, USA Today, Newsweek, Time, Life, Seventeen, and several hundred other newspapers and magazines.

For over two decades former Hollywood actress, Tina Griffin, has built a reputation as being a leading media expert. She’s traveled globally for the past 20 years revealing how pop culture and the entertainment industry is glamorizing harmful behaviors without showing the consequences and how these messages are eroding the foundational development of today’s youth.

Tina has been sharing her eye-opening message – Hollywood Exposed – at school assemblies, parent events, colleges, leadership conferences, music festivals, camps, cruise ships, church services and even – prisons. This is a very up-to-date, interactive show, which includes quotes from celebrities as well as actual interview footage with celebrities admitting what they are doing is wrong. Attendees realize that positive media influence, creates a positive world-view, leading to a positive, successful life.


Opens: December 1, 2022
Deadline: February 20, 2023

$150 per couple / $125 one parent
$25 per teen (age 12*-18)

Every teen must be accompanied by their OWN parent, step-parent, or legal guardian 

*Due to the nature of the topics and in-depth discussions parents are advised to visit the websites of the speakers and ask questions to be confident your 12 year old is able to grasp and process the material.


6:00pm-6:45pm Dinner
7pm Family Fun Night


8am – 4:30pm Information Sessions & Engaging Activities

Registration Includes conference and meals (overnight lodging is optional for an additional fee).

Registration is NON refundable but is transferable

For ages 12-18. Children under 12 will not be permitted, there is no child care available.

Every teen must be accompanied by their OWN parent, step parent or legal guardian.

Cost includes conference & meals. Lodging is optional for additional fee.



  • 1 in 10 sexually active girls get pregnant
  • 1:4 sexually active each year. 50% of all STI infections in US are to 15-24 year olds
  • Among 15-17 Year olds 72% boys and 73% girls have not had sexual intercourse. 52% boys and 63% girls have never had any sexual contact.
  • LGB (lesbian, gay and bisexual) Students 4x more likely to commit suicide than heterosexual peers. Questioning students 3x more likely to commit suicide than heterosexual peers.
  • 43% of children live in a fatherless home.
  • Fatherless homes account for most youth suicides, homeless/runaway children, high school dropouts, youths in prison
  • Average age of US children exposed to pornography is 12 years old and 1 in 3 10-year-olds view porn.
  • 73 out of 1000 girls in Texas age 15-19 get pregnant
Teens admit to sexting
Teen girls feel pressure to take & send explicity photos
Teen girls send nude or seminude photos of themselves
Teen boys send nude or seminude photos of themselves



The vision of P3 began from my passion to help parents and their teens connect heart to heart. I am a wife, mom, grandmother and active community volunteer. I am a classroom presenter with Living Choices of North Texas – a division of Woman To Woman Pregnancy Resource Center in Denton TX.  I, along with my husband lead Student Ministries at Lifegate Church. Having the opportunity to be involved in the lives of teenagers for over 20 years and raising 2 daughters 11 years apart, I have witnessed a cultural shock. I believe this is due greatly to the rapid changing technology sensation and the unlimited access available . Today, on average, children have a smart phone at age 10 – an internet metropolis of 24/7 access to anything and everything. Children (infants to teens) are the target of negative influence via technology now more than ever in history. Most parents know far less technologically than their children. I have realized while presenting life changing information to teenagers, that if the same information is not being implemented at home and if the relationship between parent and child is disconnected, what I teach will not have long term positive effects on students. Once the heart to heart pipeline is disconnected between parent and child/teen, the pipeline is quickly filled with negative influence of this culture. A strong relationship between parent and teen is essential to the overall well-being of that child. The heart of P3 is designed to strengthen parent / teen relationships and restore those that are broken.

Tim & Tesh Beaty

-Tesh Beaty


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