Mens Retreat

An Event for Men

Highland Lakes Camp | Spicewood, TX

April 19-20, 2024

What is Penitent Men?

Refreshing Weekend Retreat

Amidst the challenges to biblical masculinity, our Men’s Retreat at Highland Lakes Camp & Conference Center stands as a stronghold. Join us in an empowering experience crafted to inspire, equip, and challenge men to rise as leaders in the workplace, at home, and in the church. This retreat is more than a gathering; it’s a transformative journey, beckoning men to embody penitent strength—a humility-fueled, resilient leadership rooted in biblical principles. Expect engaging sessions, meaningful conversations, and outdoor activities that will fortify your character. It’s time to reclaim and live out authentic biblical masculinity. Be a part of the movement.

Event Packages

Price Per Person

Option 1: $80 – Saturday only (No lodging)

Option 2: $110 – Friday & Saturday (No lodging)

Option 3: $135 – Friday & Saturday with bunkhouse lodging

Option 4: $170 – Friday & Saturday with motel lodging (Triple occupancy)

Option 5: $180 – Friday & Saturday with motel lodging (Double occupancy)

Option 6: $195 – Friday & Saturday with motel lodging (Single occupancy)

Tentative Schedule

What to expect

Friday

1:00-2 pm | Check-in/ Registration 

2- 4:00 pm | Demonstrations & Activities

5:30 pm | Dinner

7:00 pm | Session One

9:00 pm | Church Group Time

9:30 pm | Fellowship

Saturday

8:00 am | Breakfast

9:00 am | Session Two

10:30 am | Breakouts 

12:00 pm | Lunch

1:00 pm | Breakouts

2:00 pm | Free Time

4:00 pm |  Session Three

5:30 pm | Dismiss

Program Guests

Steve Keenum
Main Session & Breakout Speaker
Bio Info

Steve Keenum played offensive line at McMurry University from 1977-80 for Coach Spud Aldridge and was part of four winning seasons as a player. In 1980, Keenum and his team advanced to the NAIA national playoffs and won the TIAA conference championship.

Keenum's successful playing career eventually turned into a coaching career, as he spent 10 seasons as McMurry's head coach from 1995-2004. In 1998 and 1999, Keenum's team had a 15-4 record and finished 12-2 in American Southwest Conference games. He is tied for the third-most wins by a head coach in program history with 36 – matching Coach Aldridge.

His 25-year coaching career at the high school and college ranks eventually led him to the FCA team. He currently serves West Texas as the Multi-Area Director for FCA. He has been involved with the Christ-centered organization since 1974.

His son is Case Keenum plays for the Houston Texans. 

Case Keenum
Main Session Speaker
Bio Info

Case Keenum plays for the Houston Texans. 

Houston Texans of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football for the Houston Cougars, where he became the NCAA's all-time leader in total passing yards, touchdowns, and completions. In the 2008 college football season, Keenum ranked first nationally in total offense and second in total passing yards.[1][2]

During the 2011 season, Keenum became the Football Bowl Subdivision's all-time leader in total offense, as well as the all-time leader in total passing yards and touchdown passes by a college quarterback. As a result of his on-field contributions to Houston's success, Keenum was named to several All-American lists. He is the only quarterback in Division I FBS football history to have passed for more than 5,000 yards in each of three seasons, and the only college player to reach the 20,000-yards plateau.

Matt Roberson
Breakout Speaker
Bio Info

Matt Roberson is the Pastor at FBC Marlow, Oklahoma. Matt was previous at the MET Church in Houston, TX. Where he served as Lead Pastor for around 13 years. Before become Lead Pastor he served at the Worship Pastor at the MET Church. 

Brad Clay
Main Session & Breakout Speaker
Bio Info

Brad grew up in a tiny town in western Oklahoma where hunting and fishing was a way of life. However, Brad didn't give his life to Christ until he was a sophomore in high school. The Lord called Brad into youth ministry and for the last 12 years Brad served in Oklahoma as a youth pastor as a licensed and ordained minister. Brad used his love for the outdoors to minister to students as well as others. Brad founded Final Descent Outdoors as an outreach in his church. It grew from that into a national TV show that is in 40 million homes in North America. Brad and his wife April and four children Matthias, Ava, Josiah, and Sterling have taken a step of faith and have decided to follow the Lord and pursue Final Descent Outdoors and outdoor ministry full time.  Brad also authors bible studies and other material for outdoorsman.

Kenyatta Wright
Main Session & Breakout Speaker
Bio Info

There may be no prouder son of Vian, Okla., than Kenyatta Wright. A four-year starter for Oklahoma State University and veteran of the NFL Linebacker , Kenyatta knew there was only one place to raise his children after hanging up his cleats: Home.
In his lakeside, Oklahoma town of Vian, Kenyatta is a entrepreneur , business owner of companies ranging from construction to oil & gas marketing ,retail boutiques and  a volunteer high school football coach, and an unapologetic advocate for his community.

Kenyatta credits the Vian community and OSU Cowboy football family with molding him into the man, husband, and father and now grandfather to BO he  is passionate about helping young people find pathways to life and challenging all men in authentic manhood as a follower of Christ .
Kenyatta loves to Coach,Hunt and relax with family. .He and his wife Amber and 4 children (Alexis, Elijah, Solomon, Avery) and 1 Grandchild.