Christmount Christian Assembly
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The Theme: for the 2019 Men's Retreat is "Toxic Masculinity"
   
For more information on the concept of Toxic Masculinity see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toxic_masculinity

The Date:  April 5-7, 2019

The Place: Christmount National Retreat Center, at Black Mountain, North Carolina.

Register now for this time of spiritual renewal through spiritual messages, singing, fellowship and breaking bread together.  Those that had the privilidge of hearing Dr. Johnson at the 2018 Men's Retreat at Camp Christian remember what an interesting and thought provoking program he presented.  If you were present in 2018, you'll want to come again - if you missed last year, come hear why everone returned home from the 2018 retreat inspired and challenged.

Registration form is now available below.

Program:

Speaker: Rev. Dr. Percy JohnsonRev. Dr. Percy D. Johnson Jr.

Percy D. Johnson Jr was born and raised in Mobile, Alabama. He holds degrees in Social Science, (BS, Troy State University, Troy, Alabama), (Master of Divinity Degree, Vanderbilt University School of Divinity, Nashville, Tennessee), Doctor of Ministry Degree (United Theological Seminary, (Dayton, Ohio) and presently has completed his course work and passed his performance exam in pursuit of his Doctor of Theology Degree, (Interdenominational Theological Center, Atlanta, Georgia) in Pastoral Counseling. He currently is serving as an Advanced Counseling Resident at the Care and Counseling of Georgia. He also serves as an Adjunct Professor at Beulah Heights University and the Interdenominational Theological Center and as a Group facilitator for a course entitled Introduction to the Psychology of Pastoral Care.

For 21 years, he served as Associate Professor of Religion at Beulah Heights University and prior to that position was the Chaplain for Infectious Disease with the Grady Health System. His training also includes serving as a Chaplain Resident at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Nashville, Tennessee and Emory Hospitals in Atlanta, Georgia.

Dr. Johnson has served as the Senior Pastor of Godís City of Refuge Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Atlanta, Georgia, Holsey Temple C.M.E Church, Macon, Georgia, Holsey Temple Christian Methodist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, Holsey Chapel C.M.E Church, Marietta, Georgia and in pulpits from Tennessee to Georgia While serving pulpits in the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church he served as Chairman of the Board of Ordained Ministry and was a delegate to its general conference. Presently Dr. Johnson is pursuing Marriage and Family Licensure and provides counseling for youth and young adults changing their life direction through the Year Up Program in Atlanta. He holds ordination credentials in both the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and the National Baptist Church.

Dr. Johnsonís Doctor of Ministry dissertation was entitled, The Spiritual Formation of African American Men Blessing African American Men: A Pastoral Care Model and his present ThD project proposal focuses on the subject of Transforming A Created Pseudoself: Exploring The Psychospiritual and Psychosocial Dynamics of the Fragmented and Shattered Selves Within African-American Men and The Psychotherapeutic Tools Needed to Assist Them with Identifying and Reclaiming The Authentic Self.

He has facilitated numerous workshops in churches on such varied topics as: Grief, Loss and Transition, Church Development and Growth, Leadership formation and Vision Casting, Male and Masculinity Identity formation and transitioning, Mental Health and Behavior with Church and Society, Complex Trauma, Anger, Rage and Depression, Group and Power Dynamic Challenges and Marriage and Family. He is married to Kim and they have two children, Garrett and Kerrie, and one energetic four year old granddaughter, Camryn.

Schedule:

Friday:
3:00 pm
6:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:30 pm
8:30 pm
8:45 pm

Saturday AM:
8:00 am
9:00 am
9:30 am
10:15 am
10:30 am
11:30 am
 


Registration begins
Supper
Gathering, singing, devotion
Session I
Vespers
Fellowship


Breakfast
Gathering, singing, devotion
Session II
Break
Business meeting
Lunch
Free Time

Saturday PM:
6:00 pm
7:00 pm

8:30 pm
8:45 pm
 

Sunday:
8:00 am
9:00 am
9:30 am
11:00 am
12:00


Supper
Gathering and singing
Session III
Vespers
Fellowship


Breakfast
Gathering and Singing
Session IV
Worship Service
Lunch

Meals:

Friday Supper through Sunday lunch will be served in Christmount's dining hall.  This year you may register and pay for just the meals you intend to eat at Christmount.

Lodging:

  • The Guest House motel rooms have two double beds, private bath and linens provided.
  • The Group Lodge has 4 rooms that sleep 8 each in bunk beds.  Linens are provided.
  • RV Park provides full hookups for RV's.
  • Facility Fee - is available if you are NOT lodging at Christmount.

Costs for Lodging and Meal are listed in the Registration Form.
NOTE: Spouses / Family members attending do NOT need to pay the $50 Registration fee.

Directions:

Direction to Christmount

Registration:

To Register, Click on this link to download the REGISTRATION FORM in Adobe Acrobat Format.

Mail the form to Christmount with your Registration Fee:
    GA Disciples Men Retreat
    Christmount Christian Assembly
    222 Fern Way
    Black Mountain, NC  28711-9771

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