2019 09 27 Men’s Retreat

$165.00

The Rock, The Road,
and The Rabbi Retreat

A weekend Journey into the Heart of Scriptural Faith and the Land Where It All Began

You are invited to a very special Christian men’s weekend retreat at Phantom Ranch in Mukwonago, WI from Friday evening, 7:00 pm September 27, 2019, through Sunday morning, 11:00 am September 29, 2019.

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Jesus by the sea

 

Table of Contents

Retreat Title
Men’s Weekend Discussion Topic
What is the format of the Bible Study?
The Weekend Schedule
Scholarship Opportunities
Activities
What you should bring…
Food Allergies  (Food allergy checklist is located on the checkout page.)
Carpooling  (Carpooling checklist is located on the checkout page.)
Driving Directions  (Click Event Details tab)


The Rock, The Road

and The Rabbi Retreat

Friday, September 27, 2019 7:00pm to Sunday, September  29, 2019 11:00am

9th Annual Fishermen’s Great Escape Men’s Retreat

&

3rd Annual House of Prayer Men’s Retreat

Phantom Ranch, Mukwonago, WI 53149


Retreat Price: $165.00 / Person

Price includes 2 Nights Lodging, 4 Meals: 3 Standard Meals (Saturday Breakfast and Lunch and Sunday Breakfast), 1 Saturday Night Grand Celebratory Meal of Prime Rib with all the trimmings!  Plus All Course Materials


By Over Whelming Request“An Optional Special Friday Night Meal” is Offered from 6:00 pm to 7:45 pm at LD’s BBQ, 2511 Main Street, East Troy, WI 53120

(Please pay separately for this meal at the restaurant because it is not included in the Retreat Price)
LD’s BBQ MENU: Click Here->: https://www.ldsbbq.com/menu/

Men’s Weekend

Discussion Topic 


The Rock, The Road

and The Rabbi

A weekend Journey into the Heart of Scriptural Faith and the Land Where It All Began

Explore ancient landmarks and historical sites in Isreal and hear how each affected Jesus and connect Him to the Old Testament.

Go beyond a “Sunday School” approach to the Bible by digging into the original languages and deeper meanings of God’s Word.

Join us for a weekend of exploration, discussion, relaxation and a Saturday-night banquet fit for a king!

If you have always wanted to travel to the Holy Land… if you have wanted to walk the ancient paths in Israel… you can!  You don’t have to leave Wisconsin to go on the greatest adventure of your life!  I want you to experience the thrill of discovering the Word of God in its original languages of Hebrew and Greek. I want to take you to the Holy Land, to walk where Jesus walked.

Join us on a journey of “The Rock, the Road, and the Rabbi”.

Are you ready to begin your journey to a deeper faith?

Rabbi Jason Sobel, a messianic Jewish rabbi, provides fascinating background details that make the story of the New Testament come alive.  Rabbi Sobel will take the group beyond the typical “Sunday school” teaching to examine the true texts of the Bible.

Something profound happens when we follow along with the ancient paths in the actual places where Jesus was born, taught, healed, lived, died, was resurrected, and ascended into heaven. As Rabbi Sobel reveals in this study, Jesus is indeed the Rock and the Rabbi whom we follow along this Road in life. And when we are introduced to the mysteries of the Word by teachers who are trained in the ancient rabbinical way, a radical transformation begins to renew our hearts and minds.

Bible Study Meetings Topics:

Meeting 1

Bethlehem: Where It All Began

Nazareth: The Early Years

Meeting 2

Capernaum: Ministry Headquarters

Galilee: Ministry Grounds

Meeting 3

Mount of Olives: The Triumphal Entry

Jerusalem: Crucifixion and Resurrection


What is the format of the Bible Study?

It is a participative learning journey where every adult is involved in the planning of their instruction and each member of the group evaluating their own results. To thrive in this learning environment, they must be clear on how each lesson fits into their goals for self-advancement.  We provide an environment in which mistakes are safe, expected and a basis for continued learning, in keeping with a problem-centered approach to new ideas and that even the most credentialed expert will behave as a partner.

 


The Weekend Schedule

FRIDAY

  • Optional Special Friday Night Meal from 6:00 pm to 7:45 pm
  • Check-in 6:00 pm Friday Night
  • Welcome Gathering at 8:00 pm around the campfire

SATURDAY

  • Breakfast 8:15 am on Saturday
  • Bible Study Meeting 1 9:15 am to Noon.
  • Lunch 12:15 pm 1:15 pm Saturday
  • Free / Activity Time 1:15 pm to 5:30 pm
  • Dinner 5:30 pm on Saturday
  • Bible Study Meeting 2 6:45 pm to 9:30 pm
  • Gathering at 9:45 pm around the campfire

SUNDAY

  • Breakfast 8:15 am Sunday
  • Bible Study Meeting 3 9:15 am to 11:00 am
  • Check-out Noon

Scholarship Opportunities

All information is confidential.

Activities

Archery:  Outdoor Archery Range:  The outdoor archery range has three targets, and shooting positions from three different distances. The Ranch provides excellent equipment for your group to use.

Basketball:  1 full-size basketball court, and one-half court.  Basketballs are available at courts.

Board Games: Board games are available in the Dining Hall

Boating: Canoes, rowboats, and kayaks Use the boats to explore our beautiful lake. Whether you are intent on catching turtles and frogs just off our shores or want to get out and see the lake, our boats are great for you. Boating is a seasonal activity and is not available during inclement weather. Groups are responsible to have leaders supervise this activity.

Camp Games: A variety of camp games are available in our central camp area  GaGa Ball, Tetherball, Ping Pong, and Carpet Ball

Disc Golf: 9 Hole Full-Length Course with Beginner and Professional tees. Discs provided upon request.

Dodge Ball: Dodge ball court. Dodge balls are available at the court.

Farm Animal Class: This is a hand’s on experience for animal lovers of all ages. The class consists of 45 minutes of learning about different types of animals commonly found on farms, such as horses, sheep, rabbits, chickens, etc.

Field Games: Large 5-acre field for playing all types of field games.  Footballs, soccer balls, ultimate Frisbees, cones, goals, and other game equipment is available upon request.

Fishing: Come and fish on our great lake.  You are welcome to bring all of your fishing gear and try and catch the next big one. Our spring fed lake is great for fishing all year round and has bass, northern, panfish, catfish, and gar. Fisherman over 16 years old need to purchase a Wisconsin fishing license from the DNR.

Golf: Two public fee golf courses are within a short driving distance from Camp.  Please call and make our own arrangements with the course of your choice.

Lake Beulah Country Club, N9430 E Shore Drive, Mukwonago, WI 53149, Phone: (262) 363-8147

Muskego Lakes Country Club, S100 W 14020 Loomis Road, Muskego, WI 53150, Phone: (414) 425-6500

Level 1 Horsemanship Clinic: This is a great horse class for horse lovers. The class consists of a 45-minute trail ride and a 45-minute lesson about horses and horse care. The class covers feeding, medication, grooming, horse tack, and saddling. Students will have hands-on grooming experience.

Nap: A guilt-free time to yourself undisturbed by other people wanting you.  An ideal time for ministers.

Paintball: Cost: $10.00 per 100 paintballs.  Includes game time and equipment. All participants must use our equipment, guns, paintballs, and markers.  All participants must have a Liability Release Form completed. Minors must have the form signed by parents.

Softball:  2 Softball fields with all the equipment needed for 16inch softball.  Equipment available at field

Swimming:  The swimming area has a great variety of fun things for you to play on. You can go and blob your friend, hang out on the water mat and then play a game of water basketball. There is also a small slide and a shallow area that is great for younger kids. Lifeguards must be present to swim and this is available from late May until mid-September, or as weather dictates.

Team Building:  Course can be used to develop unity, leadership skills, abstract thinking, and much more. Activities include initiative wall, spider web, faith fall, number log, island hopping, the spinning spool and more.

Tomahawks:  Outdoor Tomahawk Throwing Range.  Our outdoor tomahawk throwing range has 1 large target and throwing alley. A Camp staff member will instruct and guide class.

Trail Rides: Cost: $15.00 per rider.  45-minute trail rides including orientation

Tubing: Experience a thrilling ride with our experienced drivers. We will give you any type of ride that you want, whether you are young and want to go slow, or are in high school and want us to try and throw you off the tube. This is a great activity if you have never done it. Tubing is a seasonal activity.


What you should bring…

Sleeping Gear

  • Sleeping Bag or Blankets and Linens
  • Pillow
  • Pajamas and Knit Sleep Cap

Clothing

  • Seasonal Jacket or Coat
  • Gloves or Mittens
  • Hat and/or Ear Muffs
  • Winter Boots (waterproof)
  • Rain Gear
  • Sweatshirt or Sweater
  • Change of Pants or Shorts, Underwear, Shirt and Socks
  • Second pair of shoes

Personal Items

  • Washcloth and Towels
  • Soap and Shampoo
  • Toothbrush and Paste
  • Handkerchief or Tissue
  • Laundry Bag
  • Money for snacks

Other Items

  • Bible
  • Notebook or Binder
  • Pen or Pencil
  • Flashlight
  • Medicine (OTC or Prescriptions Drugs needed to be taken)
  • Sunscreen & Chapstick
  • Camera
  • Fishing Gear & WI Fishing License
  • Ice Skates
  • Ice Fishing Equipment

Money to Rent Recreational Services and/or Equipment 


SORRY ALCOHOL & FIREARMS PROHIBITED ON CAMP PROPERTY


Retreat Produced by:

Retreats For All, Inc., All rights reserved

(414) 687-6942 |  harley@retreatsforall.com | retreatsforall.com

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Event Details

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Event start date/time:     April 02, 2019   5:00 pm
Event End date/time:      April 04, 2019   11:00 am
Here is the location of the retreat - Phantom Ranch
You can get detail directions from the google map
Event organizer:
Greg Zuchowski
Phone 414-940-7975
Email zuchgreg@wi.rr.com

 

Start date: September 27, 2019

End date: September 29, 2019

Start time: 07:00 p.m.

End time: 11:00 a.m.

Venue: Phantom Ranch

Coordinates: 42.846362, -88.364694

Phone: 414-687-6942

Email: harley@retreatsforall.com

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