Men’s Steak Out

Men's steak out

Event details

  • Saturday | June 20, 2015
  • 4:00 pm

Sponsored by the Men’s Ministry of Hadley-Luzerne Wesleyan Church

Admission is $12

To Register email Tom Wessling at Tomw7799@gmail.com with your name and phone number and number of people attending with you (if applicable.) If you have any questions please call 260-4169.

Proceeds to benefit Sound of Life Tower Project and The Community Food Pantry.

Men will have a steak dinner prepared and grilled by men of the church.  This will be followed by ministry of music by Neshama and Guest Speaker Toby Quirk<

About Toby Quirk

Toby Quirk, former Airborne Ranger and Green Beret tells his unique journey in his service to God and Country.

A 1970 graduate from the United States Military Academy at West Point, he received a commission in the Infantry and served in Germany, the U.S. and Task-Force Kuwait before he retired in 1993. In Charlie Company, 2nd Battalion of the 10th Special forces Group (Green Berets) he was a company staff officer and team commander. In the 1st Battalion, 12th Special Forces Group (Green Berets) he was the operations officer and battalion commander. In 1992 Toby was assigned to Task Force—Kuwait as the J-3, Chief of Operations.

Toby’s service in God’s Army began in 1977 when he opened his heart to the love of Jesus and the power of the Holy Spirit. His journey is a compelling composite of his military values and Christian virtues. After retirement he became an ordained minister in the Assemblies of God, planted a new church in western Massachusetts and later took another church as senior pastor.

Today Toby is a leadership coach with the International Coach Federation, a Fire Chaplain with the Massachusetts Corps of Fire Chaplains and is a speaker and seminar leader. He has authored a memoir-devotional book titled “A Squirrel In A Bottle”. He is a lead advisor to the National Conference on Ethics in America at West Point, New York. His message dramatically demonstrates how the strict discipline of West Point, the rigorous training of Ranger School and the demands of Special Operations have fused with the spiritual walk of a Christian man.