Friday, April 20, 2012

Reminder

Dear Men of Faith,
April 3, 2012

Do you desire to hear from God about issues or direction in your life? Have you ever experienced letting the scriptures speak to you in a practical personal way? Do you want to grow in the depth of your walk with Christ?

We will again meet for this kind of time. We will go outdoors in a beautiful setting and take some time to hear from God as we interact with His Word. It will provide a time of encouragement and fellowship with other men seeking God’s best for them

If it is your first time, we will walk you through how to spend a time of reflection and listening for God as we approach some men issues. Our talk time will be on “What does it mean to be Teachable as a Disciple”. This will be an accepting, non-threatening environment as we all assess our Spiritual journey and where God has us. It will be the best 3 hours you will spend all month! You will be home with your wives and children before noon.

What: Men’s/Morning with the Lord



When: Saturday April 21st 2012 7:30-10:30 am



Where: The Frye Farm – 24051 Jennings Road

Highway 64 - Go 11 miles east of I-75 (Bradenton, FL) to County road 675 - turn right go to first road, turn left on Jennings road, go 1/2 mile on left.

Highway 70 - Go 11 miles east of I-75 (Bradenton, FL) to County road 675 - turn left go five miles, turn right on Jennings road, go 1/2 mile on left.

Why: Because we all need some reflection time with God to hear from Him and clear the confusion out of our lives to maintain perspective. God has also challenged us to do this in the scripture. We need to hear from other men and what God is doing in and through them as well.

Bring: Bible, notebook, lawn chair, a friend seeking this kind of time if you like.

If you desire to come, call or reply back to this e-mail (fcfrye@gmail.com) so we may plan on drinks and light snacks. Look forward expectantly to what God will do!

In His Service with You,

Frank

Frank Frye Priority Associates 941-322-2931(h) 941-725-4982 (c)

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