HILLSBORO, Ind.—Men from Indiana churches attended a men’s retreat at Twin Lakes Camp and Conference Center. They participated in many of the camp’s activities, including paintball, trapshooting, archery, and knife throwing. They also competed in a fishing derby, with the biggest fish being a 9.5 pound large mouth bass.
In addition to participating in activities, the men attended chapel services with Mike Hess, GARBC national representative. His messages were “relevant and needed,” says Jon Beight, executive director of the camp. Some of the pastors also attended a meeting to learn more about the GARBC and how their churches could become better engaged with or join the fellowship.