Men’s Winter Retreat
When: Friday, February 8, 2019 at 6:00 PM -to-Sunday, February 10, 2019 at 12:00 PM
Phantom Ranch W309 S10910 County Road I, Mukwonago, WI 53149
Harley E Rokenbrodt
Retreats For All, Inc.
PASTOR ANDY PROVIDES THE TOPIC FOR OUR DISCUSSIONS AND WE, AS ADULTS, DO THE REST. WE WILL BE MEN COMING TOGETHER TO WRESTLE WITH SUBJECT AND BE GUIDED BY OUR LORD IN OUR DISCUSSIONS.
What you should bring…
- Sleeping Bag or Blankets and Linens
- Pajamas and Knit Sleep Cap
- 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
- Washcloth and Towels
- Soap and Shampoo
- Toothbrush and Paste
- Handkerchief or Tissue
- Laundry Bag
- Money for snacks
- Notebook or Binder
- Pen or Pencil
- Medicine (OTC or Prescriptions Drugs needed to be taken)
- Sunscreen & Chapstick
- Fishing Gear & WI Fishing Lisence
- Ice Skates
- Ice Fishing Equipment
Money to Rent Recreational Services and/or Equipment
SORRY ALCOHOL & FIREARMS PROHIBITED ON CAMP PROPERTY
Guys On Ice
1st Annual Christian Men’s
It will change your life!
Men’s Winter Retreat Pricing:
2018 Great Escape Attendee Retreat Price:
$165.00 / Person
Earlybird – Retreat Price: $150.00 / Person
Prices includes: 2 Nights Lodging, 3 Standard Meals (Saturday Breakfast and Lunch and Sunday Breakfast), 1 Saturday Night Grand Celebratory Meal of Either Filet Minon or Prime Rib Dinner with all the trimmings!
Plus All Course Materials
By Over Whelming Request from the 2018 Attendees, “An Optional Special Friday Night Meal” is Offered from 6:00pm to 7:45pm at LD’s BBQ, 2511 Main Street, East Troy, WI 53120
Can a Simple Question Foolproof Your Life?
When it comes to sorting out the complexities of life, only wisdom can reveal the best path. Let’s face it—we’ve all made some pretty dumb decisions in our lives. For most of us, there are chapters in the past we would like to rewrite. There’s money we wish we had never spent, relationships we wish we had never started, and perhaps a few invitations we wish we had never accepted. Unfortunately, we can’t do anything to reverse the bad decisions of the past. But there is certainly no reason to repeat them either. This study focuses our attention on one crucial question that has the power to goof-proof our decision making from this point forward.
You are about to be introduced to a question that will revolutionize the way you make decisions. It will change your life!
Over the past twenty years, speaker and author Andy Stanley has shared the power of this question with thousands of students and adults all over the country. Designed for retreat groups, The Best Question Ever will take you through the process of making wise decisions.
Story Behind the Presentation
In an effort to help people broken by bad decisions, Andy Stanley created a series first called The Best Question Ever. While searching the Bible for answers, he discovered the Best Question Ever. Now, after several years of teaching these principles to his church, Andy Stanley now brings brings them to us in an adlut learning model.
The Weekend Schedule
Optional Special Friday Night Meal from 6:00pm to 7:45pm
Check-in 6:00pm Friday Night
Welcome Gathering at 8:00pm around the campfire.
Breakfast 8:15am Saturday
Meeting 9:15am to Noon.
Lunch 12:15pm 1:15pm Saturday
Free / Activity Time 1:15pm to 5:30pm
Dinner 5:30pm Saturday
Meeting 6:45pm to 9:30pm
Gathering at 9:45pm around the campfire.
Breakfast 8:15am Sunday
Meeting 9:15am to 11:00am
Winter Activities (Weather permitting)
Admire God’s Great Outdoors: Go for a hike or walk in the woods and down by the lake. Enjoy the peace of God’s creation.
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.
Board Games: Board games are available in the Dining Hall.
Broom-Ball: Two broom-ball courts available. Equipment is provided at the beach for broom-ball on the ice. We keep the two courts cleared of snow. More than 20 sticks and broom balls available.
Ice Fishing: Please provide your own fishing equiptment. Adult supervision required by guest groups
Ice Skating: Please provide your own skates. Adult supervision required by guest groups
Sledding: Large Sledding Hill. Sleds are provided. Adult supervision required by guest groups.
Toboggan Chute: 100 yard + chute. Toboggans are provided. Adult supervision required by guest groups.
Tubing: Large Tube Hill. Tubes are provided. Adult supervision required by guest groups
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.
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