Who

Men of action.  Inspirational men.  Men that show up for their family, friends and community.  Men that want to be their best selves.  Men that aren’t afraid to do the work and  that don’t run away from a challenge.

What

A 2 day transformational retreat.  Free from the responsibilities of work and family, this is an opportunity for rejuvenation, inspiration, and a time to connect in a meaningful way to other men. Although man doesn’t live by bread alone, we are going to eat well.  On this retreat all food both physical and otherwise will be provided.  Everything is taken care of…just show up and feel your shoulders drop.

When

It starts at 5pm on Friday, September 11th
and ends at 12pm on Sunday, September 13th

We have the cabin from Friday Septemberth at 5 pm until Sunday the 13th at noon.   Of course some will not be able to make it until later in the evening on Friday.  Come at whatever time works for you.    

Where

Located on Round island in the middle of Sylvan Lake just east of Rome City, Indiana (2.5 hours north of Indianapolis)  this The log cabin features 4 Bedrooms, 4.5 baths, a fully equipped kitchen and spectacular views of the lake from all sides.  This home comes with a pontoon boat for us to enjoy the fall colors on the lake.  With an island to ourselves we have space to literally retreat from the rest of the world and rejuvenate.

The Food

The Location

Why

You deserve it.  You deserve to be poured into, to be loved and encouraged. You deserve two days to recalibrate and re-center.  Your family will thank you.  Your children will thank you.  Why?  Because you will come back a better man than you left.

Registration

Cost

Get a good deal on early registration.

Cost Before October 1, 2020 $365 $345
October 2, 2020 – May 1, 2021 $365
May 2, 2121 – July 1, 2021 $385
July 2, 2121 – September 1, 2121 $405

Testimonials From Participants

“I haven’t experienced anything quite like that weekend, well, ever. It was intense, rewarding, and it showed me what happens when people are truly vulnerable with each other. It was a beautiful thing.”

“I push myself to be more successful in work, family, and health.  But I seldom find ways to challenge and inspire my heart and spirit that is the center of it all.  That is what the weekend is all about.”

“COA was a rare experience in American culture. Within the first hour, a level of vulnerability was reached that is seldom experienced in any other facet of life. I felt welcomed and invited to be myself with no pretense. It was healing.”

“COA was a rare experience in American culture. Within the first hour, a level of vulnerability was reached that is seldom experienced in any other facet of life. I felt welcomed and invited to be myself with no pretense. It was healing.”

“While the retreats’ interactions certainly pushed me out of my comfort zone they also seemed to open a door to a more human experience…a break from my constant cerebral focus.  I still draw on the insight, perspective and conversations born from that weekend.”