This one-day conference is designed specifically for men. Attendees will be encouraged and challenged to live and lead biblically in their homes, their community, and their workplaces.
Men are assigned the unique role to lead and care for others, especially the ones most precious to us. The Scriptures give us a clear title and picture for that role: shepherd. And like the physical shepherds of old, often the tasks required are mundane, tiring, inglorious, and often misunderstood, yet absolutely essential to the spiritual health and well-being of those we lead.
Join us at 2022 Ironmen Summit Owasso as we take a deep look at Jesus, our Good Shepherd, not only to strengthen our resolve to put ourselves under His care, but also to greater pattern our leadership after His example.
|09:00A||Main Session - The Shepherd’s Heart - John 10 - Tim Senn (Pastor, The Bible Church of Little Rock)|
• What the Young Need - Andrew Copley (Assoc Pastor, The Bible Church of Owasso
• Scripture : A Sufficient Guide - Chris Wiley (Pastor, Grace Community Church of Tulsa)
• Shepherding a Brother - Chuck Finster (Assoc Pastor, The Bible Church of Owasso
|01:30P||Main Session - The Shepherd’s Action - John 10 - Ted Johnson (Pastor, Bible Church of Owasso)|
Ironmen Summit Owasso is designed as a "men only" conference. Although there is no official age limit, we would suggest a minimum age of 15...however, fathers may exercise their own judgement as to the maturity level of their own sons.
Registration includes admission to the conference, as well as breakfast and lunch served on site. Coffee and bottled water will also be available throughout the day. Each attendee will also receive a free book (yet to be determined) at the conference.
Parking will be available at the conference site and immediate area. Parking Assistants will direct you as you approach the conference location. Owasso is located approximately 10 miles north of Tulsa, OK.
Definitely bring a prepared heart to be encouraged and challenged to live as the father, son, and/or husband God has called you to be. We would also encourage you to bring a Bible in some form (e.g. physical or electronic). Free pens and commemorative notebooks will be available, but you may want to bring your own for note taking, etc.
Not really. Business casual to casual is fine. We would suggest bringing a jacket, just in case. Oklahoma weather-- especially in February-- is anyone's guess.
Questions should be sent directly to:
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Full refunds are available up to two (2) days prior to the event. We understand that "life happens," so if you have a situation that prevents you from attending, that falls within that time period, please contact us. We will work with you to come up with an agreeable solution.