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Men's Conference - "The Wild Man"

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August 23, 5:15pm - August 24, 2024 2:30pm

Not only in our country, but all across the globe, there is an evident decline of men who exhibit true God designed masculinity. Men lack biblical masculinity. The murky cultural definitions of masculinity have affected the church. Therefore, marriages struggle, children suffer, and most significantly boys fail to see what truly makes a man a man. This results in an ever growing spiral of false masculinity and poor male influences. Join us as we dive into what Biblical masculinity truly is. We will learn what it means to be a Godly man, the significance of modeling and initiating boys into manhood, and most importantly and at the heart of it all, how we as men can reflect the character and example of Christ, the greatest man to ever be.


We are beyond blessed and excited to host Pastor Zeke Pipher as our keynote speaker for this conference. He is an author, teamwork consultant, pastor, outdoorsman, father, and husband. Zeke is the senior pastor at Heartland E-Free church in Central City. God has laid on his heart a great passion for the topic of what it means to be a man. He has dedicated much time and effort into researching and writing about Biblical Masculinity and God’s call for men. Learn more about Zeke here: https://zekepipher.com/about-zeke/


SCHEDULE:

Friday, August 23

Check-in: 5:15-6pm

Supper: 6-7pm

Session 1: 7-8pm

Breakout Groups: 8-8:30pm

Dismissal: 8:30pm


Saturday, August 24

Check-in (coffee and pastries): 8:45-9:30am

Session 2: 9:30-10:30am

Breakout Groups: 10:30-11am

Q & A: 11am-12pm

Lunch: 12-1:30pm

Session 3: 1:30-2:30pm

Conclusion: 2:30pm


All men are invited, including youth, at the parents' discretion.


$35/person. Cost includes supper, light breakfast and lunch. As well as a copy of Zeke’s book “The Wild Man & Wild Mountain Tribe”. Zeke’s other books will be available for purchase at the conference.


Scholarships upon request. Contact Cody Griess.

Registration will close August 4.