Join us for a weekend of truth, fellowship, and encouragement

August 27-29, 2021

Theme: Evangelism

Evangelism in Greek is euaggelizó which means to share or announce good news. As Christians, we know the greatest news in the history of the universe! Thus, it is imperative we share or announce it to others so they too may know such good news!

During Men’s Retreat, you will learn how to converse with others about the Gospel, how to share your testimony, how to be intentional about building relationships with non-believers and how to share the story of Jesus with your family. Come join us as we learn how to be announcers of the Good News of Jesus Christ!

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The Details


August 27-29, 2021


Total Cost is $90 per person for the weekend or $50 for Saturday only. Some scholarship money is available

Who can come?

Any men are welcome to come! If men want to bring their younger sons, we just ask that they be old enough to sit through the sessions and that you are responsible for them. 

How do I get to Camp Sanders?

From Moscow, take Highway 95 North for approximately 30 miles. Turn right on Sanders Road (gravel) continue down Sanders Road for approximately 2 miles.

From Coeur d’ Alene, take Highway 95 South for approximately 53 miles. Turn left on Sanders Road (gravel) continue down Sanders Road for approximately 2 miles.

Get directions from Google Maps >

What talks will we hear? 

  • The Art of Conversation, Ralph Cooley, CRU Faculty Commons

  • Understanding your Testimony, Mark Kennedy, Open Air Campaigners

  • Intentional Relationship Building, Dustin Hinkle 

  • Family Evangelism, Josh Wheatley, Interim Lead Pastor, E-Free

What to bring

Bring your Bible, notebook, pen, sleeping bag, pillow, towel, toiletries, flashlight, casual clothing, a warm jacket and hat. On Saturday, we will serve Camp Sanders by doing a service project: shoveling, splitting and moving wood, or other labor. Pack clothing for outdoor work.