Depending on God and
supporting each other.
In 1942, the U.S. Army assembled a volunteer parachute regiment to jump behind enemy lines. Within this unit was a Company of men who found themselves at the forefront of the War in Europe.
They parachuted into Normandy on June 6, 1944 – D-Day; they fought for the liberation of Holland; they held the ground at Bastogne in The Battle of the Bulge, and they captured Hitler's Eagles Nest in Berchtesgarten.
This Company sustained one of the highest casualty rates of the war. These were the men of Easy Company, the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment of the 101st Airborne Division.
The courage of these men is the backdrop for a leadership development strategy focused on men who are committed Christ-followers and who want to make a difference in their world. Band of Brothers seeks to engage men into a process of personal clarity and battle readiness.
The Band of Brother Men's Retreat and the Band of Brothers Intensive Small Group help men in a local church engage the battles being fought over their family, their community, their church and their job site. Together, with a group of passionate men, they will go on a journey to bring clarity to each man's calling in life, and discover their God-designed contribution to others.
Through a series of over-night retreats, bi-monthly meetings and accountable relationships, each man will be challenged to assume a greater role in the expansion of His kingdom.