The Georgia-Cumberland Conference Men’s Retreat is an opportunity for men of all ages to gather together for a weekend of restoration. Our theme for the retreat is “Broken Beauty” which features God’s ability to transform our lives from apparent brokenness into something of priceless beauty! During the weekend you will be refreshed and restored through inspirational music, challenging messages, delicious food, outdoor activities, and even a car show featuring restoration!
FOOD & LODGING
The Dream Cabin…
The retreat will cost from $65 to $270 depending on package.
- Sabbath Commuter with Lunch and Supper is $65
- Cabin Bunkhouse with all Meals is $125
- Hotel with all Meals is $180 (Double-occupancy)
- Hotel with all Meals is $270 (Single-occupancy)
REGISTRATION DEADLINE SEPTEMBER 13, 2017
INQUIRIES: Contact Marty Miller at 423-322-8491 or firstname.lastname@example.org
1964 Porche 911
You are encouraged to drive or tow your old truck, car, RV, or motorcycle to the retreat, completely restored or not, and enter it into the Saturday night car show. Car show registration is $25.
CAR SHOW REGISTRATION HERE!
Retreat Speaker: Jim Moon
“You say you want to be whole, you say you want to be pure, you want to stand tall, and you want to endure… than more broken…” This is the line from a recent song by Jim. Through his beautiful wife Ingrid and three children, Jay Jay, Maggie Lynn, Sam… Jim has realized in deeper ways his own vulnerability and brokenness as a husband and father. He has also come to see over and over again God grace toward him in spite of his insecurity and weakness… How His Father in heaven delights in each one of us and would have us to “talk and act as if our faith was invincible” (Christ Object Lessons p. 146), because His power is made perfect through our weakness and His beauty is revealed through our brokenness.
Currently Jim is serving as Worship Pastor at the Collegedale Seventh-day Adventist Church and working on a Doctor of Ministry degree from Andrews University in Biblical Spirituality and Discipleship. The focus of His project is Missional Prayer: How to effectively listen to people and pray with them. His passions are worship leading, song-writing, prayer, shooting hoops with his kids, hiking, and listening to people’s stories. He has also released a CD of Prayer and Praise Songs entitled Consume Me.
- Marriage and Fatherhood
- Sexual Purity, the Addiction Cycle, and Recovery
- Wild at Heart… a Deeper Look
- Broken Beauty… the Miracle of Restoration
- Nature Hike
- Challenge Course
- Car Show
- Flying Chair
- Table Games
- Night Hike
- 4:00 Check-In
- 6:00 Supper
- 7:30 Evening Meeting
- 9:00 Night Hike Option
- 8:00 Breakfast
- 9:00 Morning General Session
- 11:00 Church
- 12:30 Lunch
- 1:30 Seminar Options
- 3:30 Afternoon Activity Options
- 6:00 Supper
- 7:00 Evening Meeting
- 8:30 Evening Activities + Car Show
- 8:00 Breakfast
- 9:00 Closing Challenge and Farewell
- 10:00 Men’s Leadership Meeting
Everyone Should Bring:
- Comfortable Shoes
- Casual Clothes
- Camp Chair
- Cell Phone/Charger
- Ear plugs to mute snoring men!
- Great Attitude
If staying in a cabin bring…
- Sleeping bag or linens
- NOTE: Linens and towels provided in hotel rooms of course!
Cohutta Springs Conference Center. 1175 Cohutta Springs Rd, Crandall, GA 30711
From Atlanta, GA:
Take I-75 North to US Hwy 411, Cartersville Exit 293. Turn Right. Follow US Hwy 411, approximately 45 miles, North through Chatsworth, Eton, and Crandall. Look for Cohutta Springs Road, approximately 4 miles north of Eton. Turn right. Follow Cohutta Springs Road, approximately 1 mile, crossing the railroad tracks, until you come to Cohutta Springs entrance on the left.
From Chattanooga, TN:
Take I-75 South to Dalton, Walnut Avenue Exit 333. Turn left. Follow Walnut Avenue (US 52/76) approximately 15 miles to Chatsworth where it dead ends into US Hwy 411. Turn left. Follow US Hwy 411, approximately 7 miles through Eton and Crandall to Cohutta Springs Road. Turn right. Follow Cohutta Springs Road, approximately 1 mile, crossing the railroad tracks, until you come to the Cohutta Springs entrance on the left.
From East Tennessee:
Take US Hwy 411 South, approximately 7 miles south of the Georgia/Tennessee state line to Cohutta Springs Road. Turn left onto Cohutta Springs Road, cross railroad tracks, travel approximately 1 mile to Cohutta Springs entrance on the left.
1967 Dodge Travco