What an incredible weekend!

4 people from our WAH group attended the conference (Craig, George, Charles & Roland) and 2 others from Fellowship Monrovia made it as well (Ben & David)

Overall there were more than 120 men from 33 churches throughout the Southern California area… and what a sincere and God seeking bunch of men they were!

And of course the Angeles Crest team did a great job feeding and entertaining us with things like tri tip and paintball!

And we can’t say enough about the For Freedom Outreach brothers who did an AMAZING job carefully guiding us through the 10 sessions of Wild at Heart Bootcamp. The book and video series is only the beginning and I can’t stress enough that if any of the material resonates with you even a little bit then a live retreat MUST be experienced first-hand.

I personally had revealed to me several layers of hurts and resentments that I honestly would have sworn on a stack of bibles that I had “already dealt with”. Who knew there were still wounds making withdraws on checks that were written decades ago!

The next training camp is September 14-17, 2017. Whether you’ve been before or this will be your first time I again can’t recommend more highly that you give this a chance to rock your world.

Thank you Layne and all the guys for treating every man with respect and great care and empowering us to claim the authority given to us by the Cross of Christ and reclaim our hearts as we rediscovered our God given desires for adventure, battle and beauty!

If you’d like to learn more just reach out to one of us brothers who attended the camp, I’m sure we’d love to share more. You can also visit the For Freedom Outreach website or Ransomed Heart Ministries website for more information.

Blessings in Christ


p.s. for those that attended please be encouraged to add your voice to this post and share what the weekend meant to you!


Life is hard, and change is inevitable. Sometimes it is welcomed, and other times it is overwhelming. As a child abuse survivor who has struggled with mental illness such as anxiety, PTSD, ADD, OCD, addictions and mountains of self-worth issues, I now find myself resilient, empowered and filled with gratitude most days. But that doesn't come easy or natural. It takes intentionality. It takes faith. It takes patient endurance. It takes incredible amounts of self-awareness, honesty, humility, and courage to make choices that are the polar opposite of how you feel. It takes vision and determination, hope and healing. I'm glad you stopped by my blog, I hope you found something of use as I transparently share my journey with others, the highs and the lows, the wisdom and the blunders, in the hopes that my mess becomes a message of hope, encouragement, and strength for even one person. .
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