You are invited to attend The Iron Works Men’s Summit being held at Cohutta Springs Conference Center on the weekend of October 8-10, 2021.
“The Iron Works” serves as a metaphor and a framework for the weekend. From the crush of the quarry to the finishing grind, it’s a process that every man goes through in life. And while no stage is comfortable the end product is worth it all, a sharp tool in the hand of God!
No discipline seems pleasant at the time, but painful. Later on, however, it produces a harvest of righteousness and peace for those who have been trained by it. – Hebrews 12:11
If you would like become a sharper tool in the hand of God, check out the details below and consider attending this powerful weekend.
Here’s to Building Better Men,
Blueprint for Men, Founder & President
Southern Union Men’s Ministry Coordinator
Senior Pastor of the Oakwood University Church
Speaker/Director of the Breath of Life
Teaching Pastor of the Adairsville SDA Church
Director of Strategy & Innovation at ARTV
We are committed to becoming the men God designed us to be… strong leaders, loving husbands, generous providers, and fearless warriors! The weekend seminars will provide essential information for every man to win the battles he faces every day. Presentations will provide information and inspiration to become stronger men in critical areas of life such as…
Stay posted for details as they become available.
- 4:00 Retreat Check-In Begins
- 6:00 Supper
- 7:00 Evening Meeting
- 9:00 Afterglow
- 6:30 Prayer and Praise Walk
- 7:30 Breakfast
- 8:30 Early Morning General Session
- 9:30 Seminar Options
- 11:00 Late Morning General Session
- 12:30 Lunch
- 1:30 Afternoon Activity Options
- 2:45 Seminar Options
- 4:00 Seminar Options
- 5:30 Supper
- 6:30 Evening Session and Communion
- 8:30 Evening Activities
- 6:30 Prayer and Praise Walk
- 8:00 Breakfast
- 9:30 Closing Challenge
- 11:00 Farewell
WHAT TO BRING:
- Comfortable Shoes
- Casual Clothes
- Cell Phone/Charger
- Ear plugs to mute snoring men!
- Great Attitude
SABBATH DAY COMMUTER
- $75 Includes full program, materials, and 2 meals (lunch + supper)
Lakeside Room, Double Occupancy, 5 Meals:
- $195 Early Bird Registration
- $225 Regular Registration
Lakeside Room, Single Occupancy, 5 Meals:
- $330 Early Bird Registration
- $350 Regular Registration
IMPORTANT REGISTRATION DATES:
- EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION – Closes Sep 8
- REGULAR REGISTRATION – Closes Sep 22
- Contact Tom Pyke
- 423- 313-1807
ABOUT COHUTTA SPRINGS
Tucked away in the North Georgia mountains and surrounded by a glistening 55-acre lake, Cohutta Springs Conference Center is the perfect setting for our annual men’s retreat. You will feel your stress melt away whether you stay in one a motel room overlooking the lake or a more rustic bunkhouse perched above the valley. The main lodge houses a large auditorium, four breakout rooms, and the dining hall where delicious buffet style meals ensure you will never go hungry!
WEBSITE information about Cohutta Springs Conference Center
VIDEO for Cohutta Springs
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.