Being a husband and leader in your home is hard, but vital. In a given day, men may be asked to be hard workers, good friends, willing servants, gracious encouragers, patient teachers, good examples, tender lovers, able leaders or all of the above. Unfortunately, many men struggle with knowing how to fulfill these roles, especially in a culture where male leadership in the home and in society is not appreciated and, often, not even wanted.
For this reason, several area churches are joining together to sponsor a Men’s Outdoor Adventure Day on April 13th at Camp Jefferson outside of Fairbury. The day will consist of time spent trap shooting, muzzle loader shooting, archery, fishing and seminars on trapping and big game hunting. The afternoon will start with a check-in at 12:30 and the fun begins at 1:30 p.m. Participants will cycle through each station with an opportunity to experience the joy of outdoor sports. At 6:00 p.m., we will have a meal catered by Hannah B’s of Hebron, followed by a challenge from Nebraska Cornhusker assistant football coach Ron Brown. We will also be joined by Colorado native Scott Glasscock, from the Christian Outdoor Fellowship of America, who will be leading the seminar on big game hunting.
Cost is ten dollars per registration, which would include a man and up to three boys. If cost is an issue, scholarships are available. To register, follow this link http://www.hebronbiblechurch.org/mens-outdoor-adventure-day/mens-outdoor-adventure-day-registration-2/ or call Pastor Jeff Friesen at 402-768-4223. Space is limited, so register today.