Kent and I are fine-tuning this event. As we do, let me tell you who’s speaking, how you can sleep, and what options you have for activities at Project: MANHOOD.
This event is created with you and your son in mind. We’re helping you carve out 24 hours on May 19-20th at Country Lake Retreat Center to connect with your son.
Don’t forget, the last day to register and save 10% is April 15th. You’re welcome!
1. Who is speaking at Project: MANHOOD?
We have some top-notch speakers lined up for you! Here’s the list of speakers already set for Project: MANHOOD. If you don’t want to read, here’s Kent to tell you all about them…
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Did you hear Kent? If you didn’t watch the video above, here’s the quick rundown of speakers:
Dan Dumas, Senior Vice President
The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
Dan is a teaching pastor at Crossing Church and writes at DanDumas.com. Dan is married with two sons.
Aaron Harvie, Senior Pastor
Highview Baptist Church
Before becoming Senior Pastor at Highview, Aaron served with the North American Mission Board. Aaron is married with five children.
Dr. Kevin Jones, Ph.D., Associate Dean
Before serving at Boyce College, Kevin served as an assistant professor at Kentucky State University. Kevin is married with three children.
Lachlan Coffey, Pastor
Sojourn Community Church
Lachlan is one of Sojourn Community Church’s founders. Lachlan is married with three children.
Jon McCallon, Middle School Pastor
Southeast Christian Church
Jon has been in student ministry for 18 years. Jon is married with three daughters.
2. How will you sleep at Project: MANHOOD?
Whether you want to rough it, bunk up, or stay in a fancy lodge, we have you covered. With three unique options, you can pick the setup and budget that fits you best while staying at Project: MANHOOD.
- Tent > Father & Son $99 ($25 per extra boy)
- Dorm > Father & Son $179 ($35 per extra boy, no limit)
- Lodge > Father & Son $279 ($50 per extra boy)
3. What will you do at Project: MANHOOD?
The short answer is…as much as you want!
The longer answer is…
- listen to great speakers
- play games
- fathers connect with sons
- dads connect with other dads
- sons connect with other sons
- enjoy a campfire
- roast s’mores
- stare at the beautiful lake
- hike trails
- relax in a hammock
- sip coffee by the fireplace
- kick back in a rocking chair
- play paint ball or grab a zip line (these two activities are optional $20 per person per activity).
Remember, this event is about fathers and sons getting away to be intentional about connecting and learning to be godly men. You’re gonna learn a lot, be challenged, and have fun. But mostly importantly, you’ll build a memory yo