For over ten years The Journey has provided guidance, encouragement and community for a wide spectrum of more than 100 men. Now, we want YOU who live outside this area to be with us as well.
Our theme this fall is “The Banner That Unites Us.” The banner: The Kingdom. With the assaults and divisiveness that have surrounded all of us for half a year, we desperately need a reminder of what truly unites us as men who follow Jesus. Every week Craig will teach on a theme that encourages us and reminds us that God is in charge, and He will bring Hope, Courage, and Light as we follow him.
Starting Friday, Oct. 2nd we will post a video of Craig’s teaching on the Peregrine website. You, or your group of men, can watch that at whatever time of the week is most convenient for you. And, of course, you can choose the setting that works best for you.
Along with the teaching we will send each leader a heads-up on the week’s topic and several suggested discussion questions for groups. We believe this customized approach of virtual or in-person small group options will give you and your men the boost you need this fall.
We request a voluntary donation of $30 or more to help cover our admin, technical and teaching costs. If you can’t afford that right now, register anyway; we will apply a scholarship to cover you. We want you.
In these days of divisiveness and confusion there is a Banner That Unites Us— The Kingdom. Please join us on The Journey, starting Oct. 2nd, for guidance and inspiration each week.
My greatest joy in life is my family. I know, that sounds like the comment you’re supposed to make as a man and father. All I can say is I literally shake my head in wonder at the family I have: my wife Beryl; my daughter Barclay and son-in-law Vince, their four daughters, Bella, Brynn, Brooke and Blake; my son Alec, my son Conor and daughter-in-law Bonnie, their daughter Gemma and son Calvin. Every one of them is a genuine gift. Beyond that, I have a calling that I live out through Peregrine Ministries. It is to help men: Understand their identity in Christ, Embrace their role as men, and Live out their God-given calling in life. Bottom line is I’m convinced men matter and I want to help them live life on purpose.