The cost for the retreat is $159 and includes accommodations and three meals (breakfast Saturday, dinner Saturday, and breakfast Sunday).
Cancellations made on or before March 30 can receive a full refund. Beginning March 31, we are only able to give a $59 refund and only if based on providential hindrances. Please contact Jennifer Dean to discuss if you are in this situation.
We are committed to your spiritual growth and do not want finances to keep you away from this retreat. If you would like to request a scholarship, please indicate that on the registration form.
If you are able to sponsor a brother with a half or full scholarship, please check the appropriate box on the registration form.
Our 2017 retreat will be held at the YMCA
Blue Ridge Assembly, a retreat and conference
destination located just outside of Asheville.
The address is 84 Blue Ridge Assembly
Drive, Black Mountain, NC 28711. For more
information about Blue Ridge Assembly, go to blueridgeassembly.org.
All rooms are double-occupancy hotel-style rooms with one single and one double bed. Linens, towels, and pillows are provided.
We will do our best to accommodate any special
needs and requests. Please note your requests
on the registration form.
Activities included with your registration fee: disc
golf, hiking, exercise room, tennis, basketball,
horseshoes, and firepit with s’mores.
Andrew Holbrook, Guest Speaker
Andrew Holbrook was raised on a farm in Bethel, CT. He loves to travel, watch movies, and compete in just about anything. He studied English and history at Davidson College. Against all odds, while serving college students in North Carolina, he received his seminary degree from RTS Charlotte in just nine years. For 15 years,Andrew served the college ministry of Campus Outreach as a campus minister and pastor at Christ Covenant Church in Matthews, NC.
He says that his marriage to Lauren is his greatest accomplishment and his two children (Haddie and Evelynn) are his greatest joy. In August of 2015, Andrew and his family moved to Fairfield, CT to serve a new community and share the love of Jesus to everyone they meet.
Nathan Clark George, Guest Musician
He has toured the country for over 20 years, including almost five years full-time in an RV with his wife and six children. He continues to write, record, and perform but is now mainly engaged with writing for and leading worship at Parish Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Franklin, TN.
Nathan Clark George is a husband, dad, and musician. In his head he drives old, quirky, reliable cars while listening to the Carter Family, Alison Krauss, Bach, Lyle Lovett, the Mozart Clarinet Concertos, and Steely Dan.