Wild at Heart BASIC
April 08, 2021 to April 11, 2021
Clinton, MO United States
Hosted by E6 Ministries

What is BASIC?

Wild at Heart BASIC is Wild at Heart Boot Camp led by John Eldredge and his team through video session in your local area.

Why do I need BASIC?

A man needs a deeper understanding of his masculine heart—and why God made him just like that. What if those deep desires in our hearts are telling us the truth, revealing to us the lives we were meant to live? A man must know he is powerful; he must know he has what it takes. The way we handle the heart is everything. Basic is not a retreat about the “seven things a man ought to do to be a nicer guy.” It is a four-day quest into the recovery of a man’s masculine soul, the release of a man’s heart—his passions and his true nature—all given him by God.


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Additional Information for this BASIC

WHO: Men, ages 18 and older, who want to go deeper into healing their hearts and exploring their masculine journeys with God.

WHAT: The Wild Heart Boot Camp is a four-day quest into the recovery of your masculine soul as outlined in the book, Wild at Heart, by John Eldredge.

WHEN: Our next Boot Camp begins Thursday, April 8, 2020, at 6:30 PM and concludes on Sunday, April 11, 2020, at 12:00pm. Please prayerfully consider your application prior to submitting. By applying, you are agreeing to be present for the entire event.

WHERE: LifeChange Camp is 13 miles north-east of Clinton, MO – appx. 1.5 hour drive from Kansas City.

COST: The cost for the event is $180. This includes lodging, meals (Thursday dinner – Sunday breakfast), and training materials. Participants are responsible for getting to and from LifeChange Camp. Limited scholarships are available. You can begin the scholarship application process on the Boot Camp Scholarship page at https://e6ministries.org/scholar_request/

This event has limited space available so we encourage you register early.

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