Wild at Heart Retreat in Central Texas

You are invited to a life changing adventure!

We just couldn't offer this in a church setting. Or in the basement of a hotel. No, in order for a man to get his heart back, he's got to take a journey. One that involves risk, and danger, and a point of no return.

The Wild at Heart retreat is a four-day quest into the recovery of your masculine soul as outlined in John Eldredge's book, Wild at Heart.

Through DVD teaching sessions, films, guided periods of reflection and journaling, question and answer, and small group discussion, this will be something far more than a retreat—its an expedition of the heart. You will never be the same. Basically we'll be doing guy stuff for several days (paintball, hiking, camping, maybe even some climbing and kayaking), and in between the activities we'll be going through the Wild At Heart Field Manual using the DVD series featuring John Eldredge and the Ransomed Heart Team.

The adventure will begin on the evening of Thursday, November 11th at around 6-7 p.m.. We'll be based at Westwood Retreat Center in Kerrville, Texas.

My prayer is that this weekend you will meet with God and he will change your life.

If you are a guy over the age of 18 and you'd like to come, please post a comment or email me (jon@jondale.com) and I'll send you a link to the Website that has more details and the registration form. Space is very limited.

I do NOT recommend this as a Father/Son trip.

One thought on “Wild at Heart Retreat in Central Texas”

  1. It’s nice you can get in everytime. Since most are limited us little people will probably never get to go to a WAH retreat. Not to mention the cost!


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