Hosted by Rodney Adams & the Wednesday Morning Men

Does it ever feel like society is cheering us on in our exhausting chase for personal freedoms and unlimited choices? Could it be the case that limits are actually what we need more than anything? Join other Munger Men in an overnight discussion about the need for a spiritually disciplined life. Oh, there will also be a roasted pig, strong coffee, and shenanigans.
Questions? Email Jake Porter:

Where is the campout?

Thirty-two miles east of Munger Place Church. We recommend carpooling. On a Friday afternoon, plan for the drive to take 45 minutes if leaving from the church.

How much does it cost?

The registration fee is $35.

Are meals provided?

Yes! We’ll be roasting a pig on Friday night and having breakfast and snacks on Saturday.

What do I wear?

Wear comfortable clothes you don’t mind getting dirty. Long pants and closed-toe shoes are strongly suggested.

What type of activities will we be doing?

Bible studies, quiet time, camp fires, competition, etc.

Will I really be sleeping on the ground?

Yep! We’re sleeping outside under the stars, so you’ll want a tent and a sleeping bag. Please let us know if you need help wrangling that stuff.

Can I bring my son?

Yes, as long as he is at least 16 years old. You will both need to register separately.

Can I leave and sleep in my own bed on Friday night?

No. You should consider this an 18-hour sabbatical. Unplug and stay with us for the duration.