OCTOBER 7-9, 2021

Thursday evening -
Saturday at noon

Live at Valley Church, Des Moines, Iowa
A conference to equip you to
love your community and neighbors.
Register Now

October 7-9, 2021

Thursday - Saturday
Live at Valley Church, Des Moines, Iowa
Register Now
OCTOBER 7-9, 2021
Thursday - Saturday
Live at Valley Church, Des Moines, Iowa
Register Now

Let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father in heaven.

Matthew 5:16


Explore practical strategies and powerful motivations for loving our neighbors and sharing the good news. Our incredible and diverse speakers will share unique perspectives and expertise on doing good works, building good will, and sharing good news in a wide variety of contexts.


Join with other believers and ministry leaders who are also passionate about community engagement and outreach. Share ideas, stories, and insights together as we all seek to create bridges of friendship with people outside the church.

Dream Big

Discover the next steps that God has for you and your church in the journey to love your neighbors. Come prepared to be challenged, dream big, and think outside the box!

Featured Speakers

Tim Tebow, Katherine Wolf, and John Perkins

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Featured Worship Leader

Davy Flowers

Get ready for Good for all 2021!


Bob Goff

New York Times Best-Selling Author

Lee Strobel

New York Times Best-Selling Author

More About John

Author, Preacher, Champion for Civil Rights & Community Development

Dr. Perkins is a legendary civil rights activist who has devoted his life to the cause of reconciliation. He is a best-selling author as well as an internationally renowned speaker and teacher. Dr. Perkins has served under five United States Presidents and has received fifteen honorary doctorates for his extraordinary efforts. In 1983 the John and Vera Mae Perkins Foundation was established. The Foundation is committed to spreading the wholistic Gospel of Jesus Christ; advancing reconciliation, justice, and Christian Community Development nationally and around the world.

More About Tim

Heisman winner, 2X National Champion, New York Times Best-Selling Author

Tim Tebow is a two-time national champion, first round NFL draft pick and Heisman Trophy winner. In addition, he serves as a college football analyst for ESPN. The Tim Tebow Foundation serves those in need through building Timmy’s Playrooms in children’s hospitals, providing life-changing surgeries to children of the Philippines through the Tebow CURE Hospital, sponsoring Night to Shine, a nationwide prom for people with special needs, providing care for orphans in four countries and adoption aid grants for families who choose to adopt an international child with special needs.

More About Katherine

Survivor, Speaker, Advocate, Author

After giving birth to her first son in 2008, Katherine miraculously survived a catastrophic stroke. Since that day, she and her husband Jay have used their second-chance lives to champion the truth that suffering and joy can coexist in your good/hard story. Katherine leverages her redemptive story to encourage those with broken bodies, broken brains, and broken hearts. Engaging both faith-based and secular communities, she seeks to bridge the gap between those disabled on the outside and those disabled on the inside with the hope that Jesus brings healing to the deepest pains we all carry. She and her family currently reside in Atlanta.

More About Kevin

Kevin Palau is president and CEO of the Luis Palau Association. Under his leadership, LPA has partnered with tens of thousands of local churches to produce large Christian gatherings in cities around the globe. 

In 2008, Kevin pioneered the Festival 2.0 model that includes a citywide service initiative preceding the festival event. Designed for long-term sustainability well after the festival, this service initiative also gave birth to Palau’s City Gospel Movement effort which is now focused on celebrating, accelerating, and inspiring hundreds of Gospel Movements in cities around the world.

More About Fazale

Biochemist Fazale (Fuz) Rana, the son of a Muslim scientist, writes and speaks extensively about evidence for creation emerging from biochemistry, genetics, human origins, and synthetic biology. As Vice President of research and apologetics at Reasons To Believe, he is dedicated to communicating to skeptics and believers alike the powerful scientific case for God’s existence and the Bible’s reliability.

More About Alexandra

Alexandra Kuykendall encourages the Church to engage God’s world in the tension and intersection of heartache and hope. Her most recent book, Loving My Actual Neighbor offers a roadmap for how to begin and deepen relationships with those on the periphery of our lives. She is the Co-Founder of The Open Door Sisterhood, a community of women working to be world changers for good right where they are.  She co-hosts a podcast and retreat under the same name. Alex’s other titles include Loving My Actual Life, Loving My Actual Christmas, and The Artist’s Daughter: A Memoir.

More About Alejandro

Dr. Alejandro Mandes is the Director of All Peoples Ministries and the founder of Immigrant Hope and GATEWAY Theological Institute. In these roles and others, Alex has created innovative programs aimed to bring greater compassion, justice and community transformation. A recognized expert and sought-after speaker, he advises leaders across the US on issues related to ethnic and immigrant communities.

More About Ricky

Ricky Jenkins has been preaching the gospel all over the country, and is currently the Senior Pastor of Southwest Church in Indian Wells, CA. Southwest is a thriving, gospel-centered, multiethnic, intergenerational community of believers. Ricky is currently pursuing a Ph. D in Historical Theology, specifically researching pastoral leadership, racial reconciliation, and issues of justice during the Civil Rights movement. He and his lovely wife April have three children.

More About Amy

Amy helps to equip and serve the Church in its mission to help people discover and develop a relationship with Jesus. Through the ministry of Alpha, we create safe spaces where people can ask questions, experience God, and watch as he transforms hearts and lives.

More About Greg

Greg Finke is the founder and Executive Director of Dwelling 1:14 and author of the books Joining Jesus on His Mission and Joining Jesus – Show Me How. Greg offers training experiences for congregations and their leaders in how to join Jesus on his mission in everyday life, disciple family and friends to do the same, and then multiply that missional lifestyle and training throughout the congregation and out into the community. Greg brings a practitioner’s insights to all he does. He has worked with pastors and leaders across North and South America, Ethiopia and Eastern Europe.

More About John

John Gerhardt is a 30+ year veteran of urban and multiracial ministry serving the EFCA in the inner-city New Orleans, LA. Through ministry experience and hosting mission’s teams, he has been living at the intersection of race and class and brings a unique perspective to issues of the church and today’s social justice issues. John, his wife Wendy and their 4 children live in the neighborhood they serve in.

More About Garry

Garry Poole is an outreach specialist, a training facilitator, and strategic planning consultant for churches and organizations around the world. He is also an Assistant Professor of Christian Thought at Houston Baptist University. Garry is the author of the award-winning Seeker Small Groups, plus The Tough Questions series, and numerous study guides with Lee Strobel.

More About Quintin

Quintin Stieff is the Lead Pastor of Valley Church, located in Des Moines, Iowa. He’s a conference and retreat speaker, in both the US and internationally, on leadership, strategic vision, church-community engagement, evangelism, and outreach.

More About Kimberly

Kimberly Stuart is the author of eight published novels, including the Heidi Elliott series, Act Two, Stretch Marks, Operation Bonnet, Sugar, and Heart Land. She is a frequent public speaker and is passionate about helping others live great stories. Kim also works with New York Times bestselling author and speaker Bob Goff and has coached hundreds of aspiring authors to take next steps with their writing.

More About Brandon

Brandon served in youth ministry for over 20 years. He is currently the Director of Christian Life at Valley Church. Brandon has written for Children’s Ministry Magazine, Group Magazine, and youthministry.com. Four of his favorite things are Jesus, his wife, Chicago Style Pizza, and fighting off their three boys with sweet ninja moves.

Featuring a casual dinner and


Thursday, October 7 at 6:30 pm

Following his keynote at the Good For All Conference, the Valley Community Center is hosting a special Tailgate With Tebow! This family friendly event features a casual dinner and a live Q&A with Tim.

There are a limited number of these tickets available, so act now for access to this special event.

Check out Ticket Options
All proceeds benefit Night to Shine and other special needs programming at the Valley Community Center.
Featuring a casual dinner and


Thursday, October 7 at 6:30 pm

Following his keynote at the Good For All Conference, the Valley Community Center is hosting a special Tailgate With Tebow! This family friendly event features a casual dinner and a live Q&A with Tim.

There are a limited number of these tickets available, so act now for access to this special event.

Check out Ticket Options
All proceeds benefit Night to Shine and other special needs programming at the Valley Community Center.

The Vision of Good For All

Check out highlights

From past conferences

Love like Jesus

What would our world look like if we saw people the way Jesus sees them?

The world needs people who build authentic relationships, not just with people who share a lot in common, but with all people God brings into our lives–our neighbors, our coworkers, our cities.

The world needs people who do good for their community right alongside their community. The world needs people LIVING AS LIGHT, spreading the love and good news of Jesus Christ.

The world needs Jesus. The world needs you.



Ticket to Good For All 2021
  • 3 Days
  • 4 dynamic main stage sessions (including several dynamic speakers and a keynote by Tim Tebow)
  • Dozens of breakouts

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Ticket + Tailgate

General Admission to Good For All 2021
Admission for One to Tailgate with Tebow


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Tailgate with Tebow

  • Thursday, October 7 at 6 pm
  • Q&A with Tim Tebow
  • Casual meal, family-friendly event
  • Hosted by the Valley Community Center
  • All proceeds benefit Night to Shine and other special needs programming

Register Now


Schedule subject to change

Thursday, October 7

4-5 pm: Registration
5-7 pm: Mainstage session

Friday, October 8

8:30 am: Prayer (optional)
9-10:30 am: Mainstage Session
10:40-11:15 am: Breakout Session
11:30 am-1 pm: Lunch Break (attender’s choice)
Learn & Learn: Q&A with Katherine Wolf (optional)
1:10-2 pm: Breakout Session
2:10-3 pm: Breakout Session
3:10-4 pm: Breakout Session
4-5 pm: Valley Community Center Tour & Activities (optional)
5-6:15 pm: Dinner Break (attender’s choice)
6:30-8:30 pm: Mainstage Session

Saturday, October 9

9-9:20 am: Worship Gathering (optional)
9:30-10:15 am: Breakout Session
10:30 am-Noon: Mainstage Session
Noon: End of conference

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Hope Heals Lunch & Learn

Q&A with Katherine Wolf

Take a look at this special conference opportunity!
Purchase a ticket to spend some extra time learning from Katherine Wolf.
Purchase your Lunch & Learn Ticket

Who should attend?

If you’re a Christian who wants to grow in your compassion for people and learn how to love your neighbors and communities better, this conference is for you! We've developed a wide range of breakouts to help equip you to share the love of Jesus whether you lead a church, an organization, or simply lead a life centered on glorifying Christ. We're confident our time together will propel you toward confidently shining the light of the gospel.

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Coming from out of town? We’ve got special rates at these nearby hotels!

Hampton Inn
West Des Moines
  • $109 room rate plus tax
  • Complimentary breakfast, wi-fi, fitness center, pool & business center
  • Cutoff date: Monday, September 13
  • Reserve your room online or call (515) 218-1110
    Reference Good For All or group code GFA
Reserve a room
Drury Inn & Suites
West Des Moines
  • $109 room rate plus tax
  • Free hot breakfast, wi-fi, fitness center, pool, & business center
  • Free 5:30 Kickback – enjoy hot food and drinks during this complimentary cocktail hour
  • Cutoff date: Saturday, September 4
  • Reserve your room online or call 1-800-325-0720 and reference group number: 2433510
Reserve a room


The conference will take place at Valley Church in West Des Moines, Iowa.
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