Our guys thoroughly enjoyed listening to Zeke Pipher speak at our annual Wild Game Dinner outreach. His well-crafted stories about hunting, fishing, and family had everybody nodding, grinning, and laughing. And Zeke seamlessly wove his own story of faith in Jesus Christ into the mix–a very clear, simple, and compelling presentation of the gospel. Zeke’s personal interaction with the men before and after he spoke demonstrated his authenticity and revealed his heart. He’s the real deal, and we’d have him back again in heartbeat.
Zeke immediately captivated our audience and delivered a clear message. The time he took communicating with our community before and after his talk was also a joy for many. After the event, Zeke spent a couple hours talking with individuals who wanted to get to know him on a deeper level. He was extremely flexible in making our program for the evening work. We’ve already signed him up to speak for us again next year.
It was an absolute pleasure having Zeke with us for our Hunter’s Banquet. He did an incredible job, and I was thankful for how the Spirit worked through Zeke and the way that his words were received by our audience. We were thrilled with the way that the event turned out and the impact that it had on the kingdom of God.
Things went well with Zeke’s talk and our event. We were down about 100 people, but there was more response to the message than ever. We had several people place their trust in Christ and several request more information.
With over 500 men and boys crowded into nearly ever seat, Zeke delivered a clear and compelling case for older men teaching boys how to act like men (1 Corinthians 16:13). He provided both biblical support for his ideas on developing masculinity and practical strategies for churches that want to implement these concepts into their youth and men’s groups.