Men’s Summit – When to End?
February 24 | 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Reston Bible Church
Join us on February 24 to hear from Tim Pierson, former chaplain of the World Champion Washington Nationals.
Tim will share his thoughts and experiences on working with professional athletes on their path to know Jesus and perform at the highest levels.
In order to achieve greatness, you have to have clarity on your goal, and be able to say no to a lot of good things that try to knock you off course. Doing “too much” can make you feel overwhelmed and stressed. Come listen to Tim share biblical wisdom on “When to End” the things in our life that are distracting us from making the greatest impact possible and living the full and abundant life that God designed for us.
About the Speaker
Tim Pierson wears a lot of hats. He is a father to three beautiful little girls, is married to an amazing wife, Liz, runs one of the top real estate teams in Northern Virginia, runs a couple of non-profit websites, and just retired from an eleven-year stint as chaplain of the Washington Nationals baseball team after their World Series Championship.
Tim grew up in New Jersey outside of New York City, and after graduating from James Madison University, worked at Youth for Christ and the Kennedy Center before making the transition into full time real estate in 2004. His primary passion is helping people pursue a life of meaning and significance for Jesus while balancing the challenges of work, family, faith, and the crazy DC schedule.Register for DINNER + EVENT (6:30 p.m.) Register for the Event Only (7:30 p.m.)
The Summit exists to provide the men of RBC a comfortable but dynamic environment where they can bring anyone, regardless of where they are on their spiritual journey, to (1) hear Biblical insights that address a common challenge, (2) meet new people and experience the camaraderie of our community, and (3) begin relationships that will help them feel both known and valued.