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Event: 'Men's Spring Hike' Print
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Date: Thursday, April 29, 2010 At 08:00 AM
Contact Info:
Kurtz Smith St. Andrew's Mt. Pleasant

Men's HikeSt. Andrew's, Mt. Pleasant, is hosting their Spring 2010 Men's Hike Thursday April 29 through Sunday, May 2.

•Departure 6:00 AM Thursday April 29
•Return 6:00 PM Sunday May 2
•Cost is $35.00
•Space is limited

What burden(s) are you carrying that are holding you prisoner? Do you sometimes feel like there are shackles attached to you from the sin in your life and you just can’t break them free? Will you lay those burdens down at the foot of the cross and let the Lord set you free? Every man who embarks on the adventure of a trail hike is asked this question: “Will you carry your burden to the mountain and leave it with the Lord and allow him to truly set you free?”

This is the wonder of the Trail Hike Ministry. Men teaming together as a band of brothers in true male fellowship and brotherhood as “iron sharpens iron”. Four days of rigorous hiking and camping in some of the most beautiful and glorious mountain scenery our country has to offer. As the bonds of friendship between hike mates grows and the physical challenges of the hike creates a holy exhaustion, the walls that you put up around yourself come tumbling down and incredible ministry work is done on your heart by our Lord.

Registration for the men’s Spring 2010 Trail Hike will begin in February and the team size will be limited due to demand so don’t hesitate get registered when the sign up starts.  Questions and information?  Send Kurtz Smith an email

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