Men's Retreat

Dates: September 19-20, 2019

Cost:  $60 ($70 with Workmanship Add-On option)

Speaker: Sam Bereza

 

As men, we often go through life relying on our own strength. When we face the constant pressures of life such as issues with coworkers, strained marriages, tragedies faced by friends and family, as well as our own sinful desires, we often find ourselves without enough strength to respond correctly.  Life’s pressures weigh us down and our might fails. Instead we must find our strength in the Lord and in the power of His might! Through the power of Jesus Christ we can face any difficulty or temptation and truly Be Strong. 

 

Come join us for a weekend away from the hustle of life. Enjoy fellowship with other believers, delicious food, fun competition & activities, and a refreshing time in the Word of God. 

 

REGISTER

Please RSVP online at longviewcamp.org

Teenagers 14 and older are welcome to attend with an adult.

 

ARRIVAL & DEPARTURE

Registration begins at 5:00 PM, Friday, September 20, with a steak dinner at 6:30 PM. The retreat runs through 3:30 PM on Saturday

**WORKMANSHIP ADD-ON OPTION**

Arrive Thursday, September 19 after supper and enjoy a Bible challenge at 8 PM followed by fellowship and board games. Friday morning & afternoon we will work on various projects around camp ending around 4 PM.

WHAT TO BRING

Jacket, toiletries, sleeping bag or bedding (mattresses are twin XL), Bible and notebook.

Sam was born in Barranquilla, Colombia and was adopted when he was 6 months old. His family moved throughout the United States as his father served in the United States Air Force. He received God’s gift of salvation at an early age. He married Sarah in 2007 and God has blessed them with two sons. Sam is burdened for discipleship, especially in the lives of men as they help encourage their families by example to grow in the grace and knowledge of Jesus Christ. He also enjoys reading good books, hunting and fishing, and baseball and football.

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1976 Genesee Road

Arcade, NY 14009 

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