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Band of Brothers Network
Omaha, NE United States
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Band of Brothers Network originated at King of Kings Church in Omaha, Nebraska more than 9 years ago with a few men reading and studying Wild at Heart. It is now a regional network ministry to men in the Midwest region of the country and beyond..from Omaha to Kansas City...Des Moines to Houston.

We are a community that is committed to challenge and raise up men to be warriors and disciplers for Christ … for their families…as single men… in the workplace and in their “community” with others in this world. Men need other men to stand strong and lead courageously, reject passivity and be physically, mentally and spiritually trained to engage this world with the power of Jesus Christ. God wants DANGEROUS men. He wants men who seek to free their hearts. Those are Biblical values. Those are our values.

Band of Brothers Network has network allies leading gatherings and experiences in the following locales: Omaha, Nebraska metro area, Kansas City, Kansas metro area, Des Moines, Iowa metro area, Houston, Texas metro area, as well as Norfolk, Nebraska, Sioux City, Iowa and Anchorage, Alaska.

 Men from all across the country are joining in on God’s mission and renewing their hearts. The mission He has for us is to love God—love people—and bring more to know, love and follow Jesus Christ, that His Kingdom will be advanced.

Will you join us?

Visit our site at http://www.bandofbrothersusa.net

Primary Contact: 
David Reddel
Address: 
Omaha, NE United States
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Peak Challenge 2013
This will be my 6th year of Awesome Adventures with Peak Challenge. The fellowship (whether on a Bike, in a raft, hiking a 14er, or relaxing around a camp fire) with other Christian Brothers livng thier faith is one of my favorite activities every year. It will challenge you physicaly and spiritually and you will definitely grow in both. It doesn't get any better than this. Bring it on!!
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A chance to get away with
A chance to get away with some buddies to ride motorcycles out to Colorado and spend Friday/Saturday riding in the mountains! Evenings around the campfire challenging other men and being challenged to be the men God desires us to be. Then to climb a 14er with these men on Sunday. Good times!
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Peak Challenge
I accepted the challenge for the first time in 2012 along with my 21 year old son. It was the best father/son experience that we have had together to date. My oldest son and my brother in law and his son from Texas are going to join us this year, and I am looking forward to how God will work in all of our lives through this incredible adventure. It is hard to put into words how spiritually life impacting this event can be in the lives of men. If you are on the fence and not sure, take the RISK and accept the challenge.
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Peak Challenge 2013
This will be my 6th year at this event. Physically, Peak Challenge gives me a great goal to gear my workouts towards. Mentally, Peak Challenge is a welcome respite from the daily grind. Spiritually, Peak Challenge gives me a opportunity to grow in my walk with Christ right along side some great, great friends. I HIGHLY recommend this adventure!
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Peak Challenge 2012
Peak Challenge 2012 was my first year to attend the Peak Challenge Event. One word - WOW. This is a must event for men seeking to get back to their essence and closer to God. The Peak Challenge is truly what it says it is a "PEAK" Challenge. I live in Utah at the base of the Rocky Mountains at an altitude of 6,000 ft - The 14,000 ft summit at the 2012 Peak Challenge was one of the most, if not the most, physically challenging things that I have yet to accomplish in my life. When I arrived at the top I was greated by a host of incredible men, a bagpipe and tears in my eyes. The nightly gatherings of men to study, ponder, stretch and grow together spiritually was amazing. I am looking forward to Peak Challenge 2013! Thanks DAVE R for the Invite! And you can use my boots anytime!