Bikes N’ Burgers

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The Real Men Bikes N’ Burgers event is on Sunday, October 16th 1PM – 6PM. Enjoy a fun group bike ride with a mid-way stop at the Wood’s Farm (433 Lynden Rd) for a BBQ before riding back. Choose from 2 routes:

LONGER ROUTE is 60KM total: Meet up and leave from Chedoke Golf Course (lower lot) at 1PM

SHORTER ROUTE is 25KM total: Meet up and leave from Hwy52 Rail Trail lot at 2PM

If you’re not a rider, simply drive to and meet everyone at the farm for the BBQ at 3PM. All riders will begin the ride back at 4:30PM.

Please register so we know how much food to prepare. Register by OCT 10 and get a discounted rate of $10 (paid in CASH at event).

Commitment

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In July 1519, Hernán Cortés and his men landed at what today is Veracruz, Mexico. They were on an expedition under the orders from Charles V. Cortés ordered all of the supplies and armaments taken off the ships and then, in order to eliminate any ideas of retreat, he ordered that the ships be burned.

Cortez wanted his men to be fully engaged in the mission! No turning back!

The important things in life require commitment. If you give yourself an escape route or you have an alternate plan in the back of you mind, then you will not be committed and you will take the option to quit when the going gets tough. There are things in your life that are worth 100% of your commitment, such as your marriage, your relationship with your kids, and your faith.

I think commitment was what Jesus was referring to in Revelation 3:15 when He said “I know your works, that you are neither cold nor hot. I could wish you were cold or hot”  (NKJV).

Life in general requires commitment.  If you want to overcome the obstacles in your life for the things that matter, don’t quit!

There are times and circumstances when having a plan “B” is a good idea, maybe even necessary. But concerning the important issues of life, retreat should never be a option. Regroup and change the strategy, but I say again, don’t quit!


— Doug Girvan

Real Men Ball Hockey Tournament

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Don’t miss the Real Men Hamilton Ball Hockey Tournament on Saturday, March 28th 9AM – 4PM at 408 Cumberland Ave.

This will be a 4-on-4 tournament and is open to guys ages 17 and up. Cost is $10 per person ($5 for students) and includes a pizza lunch and bottled water.

You can sign up as a team or as an individual and be assigned a team. There will be a maximum of 8 teams playing a double elimination schedule. Teams consist of 4-8 players, plus a goalie. Bring along a white and dark jersey and your stick and equipment.

Sign up by EMAIL or call p.(289) 396-7624

Real Men Indoor Soccer Tournament

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Don’t miss the Real Men Soccer Tournament on Saturday, November 22 9AM-3PM at Wentworth Arenas.

You are able to sign up as team or as individuals. Cost: $50 per team or $10 per individual. There will be a max of 8 teams consisting of 5-8 players per team.

This going to be a great indoor soccer tournament with an emphasis on fun and relationship building.

Click here to sign up.

REAL MEN WITH JASON PROSSER

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Join us on October 23rd at 1045 Garth St. at 7:30PM as Real Men Hamilton hosts Jason Prosser.

Jason will be speaking on Becoming Men of Influence. This will be an inspirational message for all men discussing how we can develop influence in our families, church, and community. Connections Cafe will be open afterwards.

Jason was born and raised in Hamilton, Ontario. He graduated from Living Hope Christian School and went to Portland Bible College in Portland, Oregon. Jason and his wife, Angie, moved to Phnom Penh, Cambodia in 2004 and have been active in ministering to the people of Cambodia through Cambodia Outreach. Jason and Angie have three children: Caleb, Justus and Emma.