2020 Men's Retreat

March 6-8, 2020

Mount Hermon Conference Center

Join us March 6-8 at Mount Hermon!

This Men's Retreat 2020 will display how to live in God's power as a daily pursuit!  Download the brochure to find out more.  Registration for this retreat should be made through your local Converge PacWest church.

Please contact your church's Men's Ministry point person for the registration deadline and other important info.

MensRetreat2020-Accommodations 6-Man Volleyball                 Horseshoes
3 on 3 Basketball                Dodgeball
Bowling Tournament*        Table Tennis
*additional cost for bowling

Each accommodation level provides great fellowship (that means roommates) and a rustic charm (that means it's not the Hilton).  Find details to the right.

There will be several seminar opportunities on Saturday.  Check back in a few weeks for a list of the seminar topics and presenters.

General Scholarships and Urban & Very Rural Scholarships are available this year through the generous giving of men at a prior retreat that felt finances should not prevent guys from attending and growing spiritually.  General scholarships will be in partnership with and support from your church.  Urban & Very Rural Scholarships are dependent on the applicant's approval from the church.  Please see your church's retreat registrar for more information.  All scholarship applications are due to Converge PacWest by Friday, January 31, 2020.

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Brent Eldridge 2019

Keynote Speaker:  Brent Eldridge

Brent Eldridge serves as the Lead Pastor of Arbor Road Church (ARC) in Long Beach California. He greatly enjoys empowering and encouraging those who serve around him as they pursue the great commission side-by-side. His personal passions include strategic thinking, teaching, encouraging others, connecting people and sharing his faith.

Brent earned degrees from The Master’s College (BA Bible Exposition), Trinity Seminary (Master of Sacred Literature) and John Brown University (Master of Science: Leadership). Away from his role at ARC, Brent has served as the Chaplain for the LA Galaxy since the 2012 season.

Brent and his wife Kristin have three high school/college age kids (Jake, Cooper and Jillian). They all love living in Long Beach along with all the things that come with it: working out, eating out, riding bikes, surfing, golfing, hanging out in the sun, rock-climbing, walking the dog and in all things enjoying life!






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