Upcoming Men’s Retreat
Gospel Shaped Mission
What Kind of Church Should We Be?
Men’s Retreat | January 13-14 2017
About Erik Raymond:
Erik is a pastor of Emmaus Bible Church (NE) and is the author of the Ordinary Pastor Blog hosted by the Gospel Coalition.
Too many churches prefer to leave Christ’s mission to reach the world up to gifted individuals and church leaders. But all believers are invited into the privilege of praying and working together to make disciples that love and serve the Lord Jesus Christ. Erik will equip us from the scriptures on how to be involved in the work of making disciples and sharing Christ among our family, neighbors, and our community.
- Early Bird: Full Registration (lodging* for 1 night, meals, snacks): $120 – ends Dec 11th
- Full Registration after December 11th (lodging* for 1 night, meals, snacks): $135
- Partial Registration: (meals, snacks, no lodging): $85
- Partial Registration (snacks only, no meals, no lodging): $35
*Rooms are double occupancy.
Conference Theme: Gospel Shaped Mission
What it might it mean for men as part of God’s community of faith to be on mission in our world?
- Friday Night
- 4:30pm Check In
- 6:00pm Dinner
- 7:30pm Worship in Song, Scripture, Prayer
- 8:30pm Message: “What is the Plan?” – Erik Raymond
- 9:00pm Snacks/Coffee
- 7:00am Prayer
- 8:00am Breakfast
- 9:00am Worship in Song, Scripture, Prayer
- 9:30am Message “How Should We Pray?” – Erik Raymond
- 10:15am Testimony 1 – Jacob Young
- 10:30am Coffee Break
- 11:00am Message: “What Do We Do and Say?” – Erik Raymond
- 11:45am Testimony 2 – John Ames
- 12:00pm Lunch
- 1:30pm Message: “How Do We Keep Going?” – Erik Raymond
- 2:15pm Worship in Song, Personal Ministry
- 2:45pm Conclude
Wonderland Retreat & Conference Center
10 Capen Hill Rd
Sharon, MA 02067
Hosted by Crossway Church, Godspeed Fellowship, New Covenant Christian Fellowship
Last Men’s Meeting
Click the image above to listen to John Power’s message from our recent men’s event.
These days, though, most men live without a clear sense of who they are or where they should be going. Their fathers have defined them, but that definition often came through their absence and their lack of instruction.
The first step the our journey toward manhood is admitting that a problem exists. There is a lot of confusion in our culture about what a man’s identity is. We can’t solve it ourselves; we need help.
In my own journey, I’ve discovered three things:
- I must rely on Christ
- I need a plan
- I need other men too
Join us as we ‘step up’ to manhood together.