FREE seminar in San Antonio TX
It’s been a long time in the making, but it is finally here! The Conquer Series promises to be a life transforming event for all the men that will attend! If you are a man and you live in or near San Antonio, you must attend. And to make it even more attractive, it’s FREE!
“I am making this five (5) week seminar available to anyone who wants to attend free of charge! Five weeks that will usher in the beginning of real freedom in the life of men who have a stronghold in the area of sex and pornography.” – Eduardo Quintana
Eduardo Quintana, the founder of Manly Training is hosting this event for all men who want to attend. All you need to do is register and be bold enough to attend. The last time we did this, we had 50+ men show up! With such a large group, it became impossible to really get into the nitty gritty of conquering this stronghold in our lives. That is why this year, I have designed the series to be focused around small groups of men (between 4-10 men) so that we can plow through it victoriously!
Space will be limited, so REGISTER today!
WHEN: We will start the first group the week of May 21st, 2018.
WHERE: To Be Determined but in San Antonio for sure.
HOW MUCH: It’s completely FREE of Charge
WHAT IS IT: For the first time in history, a cinematic teaching series on sexual purity is here to help men get to the root of bondage, while offering proven principles and practical tools to conquer pornography and find freedom. The Conquer Series, unrivaled in its scope and authority, is not about behavior modification, but heart transformation. This life-changing, 5-week discipleship curriculum provides insights from top Christian leaders who lay out biblical strategies, scientific facts and teach men how to use God’s weapons to become conquerors.
A few of the highlights:
• Explore strongholds that keep men in bondage
• Examine the neurochemistry of addiction
• Discover the weapons and strategies of God
• Investigate proven strategies to prevent relapse
• Study practical daily techniques to remain free