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The Norcross Fellowship Luncheon (NFL) is a weekly luncheon that meets at 12:00 every Wednesday at the Golden Corral in Duluth, GA. The NFL's mission is to provide a platform for Christian businessmen to share their story of how God has touched their lives both personally and professionally.

The NFL has met every week since being started in September, 1985 by Larry Shrader and Heinz Wegener, and have had hundreds of businessmen share their testimonies. The NFL is not affiliated with any denomination or organization, has no membership, and has never taken an offering to support the meetings. Men and women from all denominations and those with no church affiliations attend. The meetings are denominationally inclusive and politically neutral and geared to businessmen sharing their faith in Jesus Christ and how that works in the marketplace.

NFL Goals:

  1. Provide a platform for Christian businessmen to share their story of how God has touched their lives.
  2. Create an environment where anyone will feel comfortable and will receive encouragement and help in their search to find purpose in life.
  3. Highlight other activities and organizations that can provide Christian training and discipleship.


Larry Shrader
President - Five Star Properties, Inc.
Five Star Properties, Inc. is a company which owns and operates mobile home parks and other income producing residential property in the Atlanta area. Larry is also an active realtor with RE/MAX Northeast and was formerly in management for JC Penney for ten years. He came into a new knowledge of how God can use businessmen in the work place when he was invited to a meeting by his wife, Deborah, shortly after they met.  Larry and Deborah have four children and make their home in Lilburn, Georgia.

Heinz Wegener
President - Cross Technologies, Inc.
Cross Technologies, Inc. designs and manufactures equipment for the satellite communications industry. Heinz and his family emigrated from Germany in 1951. Heinz has held engineering positions at Scientific-Atlanta, Georgia Tech, General Electric, and Magnavox. He has been married to his wife, Nan, for over 44 years and they have two children, Jessica and Heinz and five grandchildren. In 1978, he founded Wegener Communications which began in his laundry room and has grown to become an international supplier of satellite communications equipment. But even founding a successful company did not bring fulfillment until he invited Jesus Christ into his life as his Lord and Savior. (Read Heinz's full testimony here)