Wake Up Call Podcast
Wake Up Call – The Flatirons Podcast for Men
Each week host Dan Foote sits down with a wide variety of men to discuss and debate what it means to live like a man in today’s world.
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Podcast Discussion Questions
Flatirons on Tap
Flatirons On Tap is a men’s small group gathering held in multiple locations at some of the fine pubs and brew houses in the Denver/Boulder area. It’s a great way to dig a little deeper into the messages from the weekend, connect with other men from Flatirons, and have a quality beer or two.
Download the discussion questions for November.
If you are interested in starting your own Flatirons on Tap group, contact Dan Foote.
Flatirons On Tap Groups
Arvada Morning Brew – Starbucks-64th & Ward – Email Craig for more info
Arvada (Old Town) – Udi’s – Email Arlyn for more info
Denver – Denver Chophouse – Email Matt for more info
Erie – The Old Mine – Email Russ for more info
Evergreen- Lariat Lodge Brewing Co – Email Kim for more info
Evergreen – El Rancho Brewing – Email Peter for more info
Golden – Cannonball Creek Brewing – Email Ken for more info
Highlands Ranch – CB & Potts – Email Kevin for more info
Lakewood – Café del Sol – Email Don for more info
Lafayette – Front Range Brewing – Email Jason for more info
Westminster – CB & Potts – Email Chuck for more info
Westminster – Quaker Steak and Lube – Email Keith for more info
Fathers in the Field
Fathers in the Field exists to rekindle and establish the spirit of boys who have been abandoned by their fathers, mentoring them one-on-one in life skills through outdoor activities, and by sharing a Christian understanding of our Heavenly Father’s love and sacrifice for His children.
Download the Fathers in the Field Mentor Father Application.
Are you a single mom of a boy, age 7-17, and interested in getting your son involved with Fathers in the Field? Please complete the form available at flatironschurch.com/womens. We will hold your information and be back in touch when we are ready to accept boys.
Thin Red Line
At the end of the “Reverse Engineering” series (January/February 2012), Jim challenged all men who had attended or watched all the messages in that series to step across a red line and sign a commitment. A book is available at the Flatirons Lafayette campus if you would like to sign your commitment and Thin Red Line bracelets are available to all men 13 and over who have signed the commitment. If you have watched all the messages and wish to download a copy of the certificate you may do so here.