The Men’s Conference is designed to address the issues facing all men in today’s fast-paced world, and to provide insights and ideas for dealing victoriously with the constant stress we all suffer.
It is our prayer that you will be able to use these teachings to bring you closer to God, through a greater love and understanding of His son, Our Savior, Jesus Christ, and to make the world a better place in which to live.
The Conference Staff and the Staff of the St. Christopher Conference Center are looking forward to serving you. If there is anything you need over the weekend, please let us know. Every attempt will be made to make your weekend a positive experience in this special place.
Both the Conference Leaders and the Chaplain will be available for pastoral counseling, should you so desire. There are conference staff who are spiritually gifted and trained to help in matters that may need or require counsel. Please let one of the Conference Coordinators or your small group leaders know of your wishes, and arrangements will be made.
We have attempted to create a comfortable and relaxed schedule. We suggest you participate fully in all that the conference offers; however, if you wish for a more “solitary retreat”, we will understand. Please advise your small group leader or one of the Coordinators if you wish to have some time apart from the rest of the group, so that we will be able to account for you.
2020 Christian Men’s Conference Talks
On the weekend of February 21-23, 280 men gathered at St. Christopher Camp and Conference Center for the 2020 Men’s Conference. The Rev. Rob Sturdy spoke on The Father’s Blessing. The four talks are found below.
2019 Christian Men’s Conference Talks
A Work to do from Reclaiming Biblical Manhood Series with Archbishop Foley Beach
Under our Christian Men’s Conference Co-Leaders, Will Henry Lawrence and John Buck, Archbishop Foley Beach led our 30th Christian Men’s Conference with four compelling Insights into “A Work to Do.” This year completed our 3-year examination of “Reclaiming Biblical Manhood:” A Will to obey; A Heart to Love; and A Work to Do. The Archbishop’s messages centered on four essential aspects of “A Work to Do:” Assurance, Personal piety, Personal holiness and Going out. As Godly men we need to claim the first three in our beings: 1) Our assurance of our own salvation through Jesus Christ; 2) Personal piety: a rule of life which governs our actions to become more Christ like; 3) Personal holiness so that our internal compasses are fully lived out through our actions, behavior and modeling a Christ filled life; And then, everyday confident in the first three, we are prepared as Christian men to 4) go out as disciple makers in our families, workplace, community and then the world.
Listen to the talks below.
2018 Christian Men’s Conference Talks
A Heart to Love from Reclaiming Biblical Manhood Series by Bishop Mark Lawrence