redeeming masculinity
Flatrock Community Church (Nashville, TN) is hosting an interactive Wellspring Group workshop focusing on getting to the core of what it means to flourish as a man. We’ll look at the model of masculinity in Scripture, the distortions we experience, and explore how to be a whole-hearted man: someone who engages his world with strength and love, offering life and growth.
What does it mean to be a man?
What needs to be redeemed in your masculinity?
What will it take to experience redemption?
What might it be like to live in redeemed masculinity?


March 1 & 2, 2019

Registration closes Feb. 24th


Friday 5:00 pm (registration @ 4) to 9 pm & Saturday 8 am to 3:30 pm
COST: $50
Includes Meals and Event Materials
This event will consist of interactive teaching sessions, movie clips, silent reflection, small group sharing and 3 weeks of additional material to assist you and other men in your group as you return home and continue to unpack the content with 3 daily experiences of scripture and group meeting guides.
Registration closes Feb. 24, 2019


Covenant Presbyterian Church
33 Burton Hills Blvd
Nashville, TN 37215
*Please note that the location of this event has been changed
All Event materials will be sent out two weeks prior to the event.

Please be aware that Redeeming Masculinity is an event for men only.

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"The workshop provided a great opportunity to further explore and really experience God's full love for me -- that I am a Son of the King, not an orphan! I'm taking that truth to an even deeper level . . . and it gives me an excellent framework to realize the Reality of His love in my life. I look forward to moving closer to the man he made me to be through the opportunity to sit and wrestle with masculinity and realize the beauty and simplicity of living out of the glory of being created in the image of God."
"I have been searching, grappling and trying for three years. This was the tipping point to sustained change."
"I was struck by the unique call on each man's life TO BE over TO DO . . . the simplicity of it, the beauty in the difficulty of becoming who I am."

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