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Mentoring Warriors-Fall 2020 Camp Out-Time for the Tribe to Come Together

You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart. 

Jeremiah 29:13 ESV

There is something to be said about getting outdoors, gathering with men who know there is more to their own manhood than what they currently experience. Men searching for two core questions their hearts have been craving for answers since they were boys;  “Does anyone delight in me?” and “Do I have what it takes to become a man?”  Our theme this Fall is “The Warrior in Me”.

October 9-10, Mentoring Warriors will host their third camp out. Located at Quail Creek Ranch in Central Kansas this will be an opportunity for men to come, hear from God and experience the iron sharpens iron camaraderie with others in pursuit of the Lord.

Time for worship, campfire sessions with a couple of speakers. Scouting out the pasture and woods. Time for you to spend time with the Father. An opportunity to shoot guns at the target range.

Every man needs time like this.

You can find details of the weekend, what to bring, costs, and how to register at https://mentoring-warriors.com/shop/.  

It’s a camping event, so even if you don’t have the gear, don’t let that be an excuse for not coming. After you register, email us at info@mentoring-warriors.com and we can help pair you up with guys who can tent-share.  Can’t attend the entire event but want to participate? The weblink above gives you three options. 

This event is for any man age 15 and up. 

Warrior On!

David Riffel is the Founder and Executive Director of www.Mentoring-Warriors.com. Having gone through his warrior years (18-30) essentially without a mentor, God has placed in him a heart for warriors, to come alongside them in various ways as they figure out life. David’s newly released book, Mentoring Warriors: Coming Alongside Young Men 18-30, outlines principles for mentoring and gives advice for warriors in six key areas of life: self-management, life skills, education/career, relationships, faith, and identity.

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