There are so many pressures bringing men to their boiling point but God has provided resources to guide and direct this volatile emotion to a place that honors Him. Uncover the expectations (some valid, some not, some downright unfair) that lead to frustration and anger. We will dig into James 4 in learning to tame this charged emotion.
Part-time Rates: $35 for Friday or $45 for Saturday
Hold your spot for $35 deposit. Have a group coming? Secure group space with deposit on number attending. Deposit transferrable among participants.
In our attempt to get the most out of life, it is so very easy to lose control of our lives.
Kent will help us remove anger and frustration that comes from our career, home, church, and relationships by looking at our expectations in relation to James 4.
Kent Evans comes to us with resources and insight that will be interactive, engaging but also highly challenging as we explore the expectations underneath it all.
Paper Registration for fax/email
Poster for Promotion- 2019
Please mail registration, or fax it to 863.696.1062, Attention Hannah.
Online Registration available at link above
4:00pm - Check in opens
6:30pm - Dinner
7:30pm - Main session #1
9:00pm - Break/Snacks
9:30pm - Workshop #1
10:45pm - Break
7:00am - Breakfast
8:00am - Main session #2
9:30am - Workshop #2 or active options
11:00am - Workshop #3 or active options
12:30pm - Lunch
1:30pm - Main session #3
2:30pm - Closing
3:00-5:00pm - Enjoy the campus, with optional paintball ($25) and optional disc golf tourney
Kent Evans is the Executive Director and co-founder of Manhood Journey, a nonprofit ministry that helps fathers and mentors build the next generation of godly men. Kent has personally experienced how the guidance of godly men can change the course of a life. Today he is blessed with a solid 20-year marriage, five wonderful sons and a fulfilling life – largely because of what he’s learned from other men.
We are honored to have Kent with us this spring. Click here for more information on his ministry, the Manhood Journey.
This is a camp, so dress is casual. Bring comfortable shoes and a jacket for possible chilly weather.