Rescuing Hearts - Advancing the Kingdom - Redemptive Friendships
The mission of Zoweh Allies is to rescue hearts and advance the Kingdom by connecting kindred hearts and inviting one another into deeper intimacy, oneness, and connectedness with God and each other. We endeavor to be a catalyst of redemptive friendships that assists churches, ministries, and individuals to rescue hearts and advance the kingdom all around the world. Allies are taking the message redemption, freedom and deep friendships to small groups, fire pits, coffee shops, churches, and any place Kingdom Life is being offered.
We want to partner with you in friendship to help you equip, train, resource, and encourage other men who have come awake to who they are, where they are, and the good that God is up to in their lives. We believe that ministry and missions are born out of Redemptive Friendships. We hope to encourage you in your walk with Christ and your fight for the hearts of other men. We would love to help you by offering assistance with our resources like The Heart of a Warrior and The Expedition small group video series.
We love to connect and train leaders through our conference calls, live webinars, blogs, and shared stories all to inspire and encourage you and your group of men. We also offer free coaching to explore with you what the next steps for your church, small group, or nonprofit may be. No group of men is exactly like another. We want to help you discover the unique needs and strength of your group.
To learn more, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Stay informed by subscribing to the Zoweh Allies Dispatch and by joining over 1,000 men journeying together on the Zoweh Allies Facebook Group.
Who is an Ally?
Zoweh Allies are churches, organizations and individuals who are creating environments where redemptive friendships lead to communities that focus on deeper intimacy with God and others.
Think you might be an ally? Connect with our Allies Team by sending us an email.
Zoweh Allies Calendar
Join us on Recalibrate
Zoweh Allies Recalibrate is a monthly Zoom space designed for men who are creating environments to rescue hearts and advance the kingdom through redemptive friendships. It is an “iron sharpens iron” (Proverbs 27:17) environment of men from around the world where we “recalibrate” and find orientation together through the redemptive friendships we have and the truths of the kingdom God is teaching us! Come join us on Recalibrate!
Recalibrate Season 4 coming this fall!
Father/Son Advanced Adventure
Zoweh is proud to partner with The New Frontier for The Father/Son Advanced Adventure. This is an annual father-and-son (high school graduates and unmarried) journey led by Chris Hartenstein (co-founder of The New Frontier) and the New Frontier staff. Participants will engage in four waypoints on our app and spend seven full days in Montana, where they step into intimacy with God and explore our identity and identity-informed mission.
In the Bitterroot Valley, fathers and sons do various activities such as hiking, horseback riding, calibration, and teaching, with forging as their keystone activity. During the week, father and son duo Billy and Jojo Salyers (Forged in Fire champions and founders of Yellow Rose Forge) will lead participants through the process of forging and finishing personal knives. The Father/Son Advanced Adventure has a maximum of sixteen participants, making it a highly relational experience.
For more detailed information about the journey, visit The New Frontier’s Advanced Adventure webpage, and register here.
Wild Montana Fly Fishing Adventure
Oct 25-29 | 18 and up
Get away with God on the Wild Montana Fly Fishing Adventure where you’ll have space to connect deeply with God and other men in the pristine beauty of Montana. This adventure will be a wild exploration into the masculine journey, amazing beauty and grand adventure. All the "shoulda's, coulda's and woulda's" of life will melt away beneath the Father's provision of intimacy, joy, life and adventure!
We will explore the themes of the masculine journey through time alone with God, sessions, field moments on the water, and in grand fire circles. As Henry David Thoreau said, "Many men go fishing all their lives without knowing that it is not fish they are after."