We think the big conference model is dying and small boutique experiences will continue gaining steam. Why? 

We’re overwhelmed with information but starved for experiences. There’s a growing discontentment with the information-driven conference model and a growing hunger for restful relational spaces. 

We host experiences. We gather like-hearted leaders from across the country for ridiculously refreshing experiences. Some of these experiences center around a topic or a big question (like a really fun cohort) and some focus fully on relaxing and refilling your tank (and your belly).  

We also work alongside organizations to curate their experiences. You can hire our team as full service experience planners. We partner to plan your time, guide discussion, make meals incredible and create fun experiences so you can focus on being present with your guests.   

On our experiences, you can expect long meals, slow pace, amazing beverages, fun experiences, deep conversations, and belly laughs. We would love for you to join us or invite us to curate and administrate your next experience.

The Phoenix Fill Up 

We host experiences for different groups, but one of our staples is an event each year in sunny Phoenix to refresh pastors. Leadership and ministry can empty our tanks, so we designed an all-inclusive experience to bless and refresh pastors so they can return to their families and congregations with a full tank.
The PHX Fill Up was one of the most life giving weeks I’ve had in my time in ministry.  Dakota

I left with a new group of friends and my soul feeling refreshed. Aaron

My time at the Phoenix Fill Up encouraged me, renewed me, and gave me space to rest and recharge. The intention of the entire weekend was top notch.  Austin

The most freeing part of the Phoenix Fill Up is that there is no agenda for learning or training. It is simply a time to share, to pray, and to play – three things that are not as natural to pastors as they should be.  Jonny

The Phoenix Fill Up was probably the most energizing and encouraging leaders gathering I have ever experienced.  Jason