The 4th Musketeer
Living in the Service of the King
Henk and Theo challenge men to become true servants of the King
4th Musketeer is a Christian men's movement that started in Holland in 2008 and now has branches in seven countries. It takes its name from D'Artagnan, the ambitious young soldier who wants to join the elite troops of the French king in the novel The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas.
Henk and Theo set out to show how you, too, can become a hero in the service of the King. They take the reader through the challenges of being a man: deciding who is calling the shots, finding your potential, opening yourself to God, identifying what is worth living for, and going all out for God. Specific chapters address themes such as money, lust, and forgiveness.
4th Musketeer offers extreme character-building exercises, 72-hour physical and mental challenges, and even tougher "Muskathlons" to teach men that their capacity is far greater than they dreamed. See http://the4thmusketeer.org/event/