Don’t Miss Our First Huddle in Ohio,
On Saturday Sept 29 we will be gathering in Bremen, Ohio…just west of Lancaster. The focus of these huddles is an attempt to “assemble ourselves together” for the days ahead. The fellowship has been very rich at the events we have held across the nation. Please make plans to attend and be part of this event. I look forward to this time together with you!!
When: Saturday – Sunday, September 29-30, 2018
Saturday 12:00 PM – 9:00 PM, Sunday 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM (Eastern)
What: Regional Huddle with Coach Dave (scroll down for food and lodging details)
Where: 5928 Township Road, #371, Bremen, Ohio.
Who: Women welcome, though a man-oriented weekend. Nothing specific for the ladies.
Contact Lowell Morrison: firstname.lastname@example.org;
IMPORTANT: RSVP via email to email@example.com by Wednesday 9-26-18 so Lowell can have enough provisions for everyone.
DIRECTIONS WILL BE EMAILED TO YOU AFTER YOU RSVP by email to firstname.lastname@example.org (GPS doesn’t always work for this address, so make sure to contact Lowell for directions)
|TENTATIVE WEEKEND SCHEDULE
SATURDAY September 29th
12:00 Noon Supervised pistol range available
1:00 PM Bible Study/Video on the two witnesses of Revelation
3:00 PM Simple first aid and being prepped for it.
4:00 PM Fellowship with lots of secluded conversation spots
6:00 PM Bar-B-Que Saturday evening
8:00 PM Saturday evening prayer service in the old way
9:00 PM Bonfire!!!!
SUNDAY, September 30th
9:00 AM Light breakfast and coffee
10:00 AM Prayer Service in traditional way
Closing Fellowship Discussions
12:00 Noon Travel Mercies asked/ Session closed
Lodging & Logistics:
What to Bring:
Note from Lowell: We will feed you Saturday dinner and Sunday breakfast. Bottled water provided free of charge, but be prepared for munchies attacks.
When I turn on all the security lights, it looks like Dallas Ft Worth. Well-lit operation – lights in all barns and buildings. Man should always have his boots, a knife, and a way to make fire…though a flashlight is a handy item. I carry a Surefire around my neck 24/7.