Men’s Coaching Weekend - Fish Camp
Fish Camp • Fairhope, Alabama
MEN’S COACHING WEEKEND IS A UNIQUE ENVIRONMENT for men committed to learning a relational paradigm for growth. Throughout the weekend, men learn new relationship skills and benefit from interaction with other men. The goal for each participant is to learn how to communicate openly and assertively, and receive constructive input that will serve as a blueprint for how he can begin to grow in all areas of his life.
The Structure of the Men’s Coaching Weekend includes a retreat and a follow-up program. The follow-up involves weekly, Monday evening gatherings, called Men’s Coaching Group. Men meet each Monday evening from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. to receive instruction, support one another in community and to openly assess “where are you” in your journey. Through the retreat and follow-up, a man will see his life change as he experiences support from other men who are seeking to grow through this deliberate and intentional format.
FISH CAMP SCHEDULE
Friday Afternoon – Sunday at Noon
• August 23 - August 25, 2019
• Full Payment of $450
• Deposit only $150
• Remaining Payment of $300
• Alumni $100
** Scholarships are available.
For more information contact Phil.
fish camp TESTIMONIALS:
“Fish Camp helped me to stop isolating myself and be involved in a loving community of men. I’ve met men that I’ve grown to trust and know they won’t judge me for my weaknesses.”
“I attended Fish Camp because I wanted to be a better man. I learned not to be afraid of opening up about my failures and everything was so real!”
“I attended Fish Camp due to my life crisis. I found that other men struggle too and it’s best not to make the walk alone.”
“Fish Camp rejuvenated my love for God. His grace was overwhelming. This weekend brought me back on track from the start of a dark place.”
“The benefit of Fish Camp is a place of reflection – self-awareness … it has helped me with my daily interactions with others at home and work. I find myself thinking more positively rather than worrying and complaining.”