Paul Golden on Wake Up Right
Paul Golden, Executive Director of Alumni & Church Relations at Clarks Summit University, joined us on Wake Up Right to tell us about Man Up! Conference on the campus of Clarks Summit University May 19-20. At Man Up! you’ll hit the pause button on your daily grind and take 18 hours to recharge spiritually with other men who are excited about serving Christ. The 2023 speaker is Dave Dravecky, former professional baseball player for the San Diego Padres and San Francisco Giants. Eat well, recharge, learn from God’s Word, and even help with a service project during this jam-packed experience.
Hear more in this conversation on Wake Up Right!
Get $10 off your registration by using the code WRGN when you register! Learn more about Man Up! and register here.
Paul also has his own podcast, Post Game with Paul Golden, which features fun and engaging conversations with Christian athletes and coaches about sports, faith, family, fun life-stories, and the spiritual lessons learned during guests’ career.
About ManUp! Conference
Man Up! is on the campus of Clarks Summit University, where you’ll eat well, recharge, learn from God’s Word, and even help with a service project during this jam-packed experience.
- Come after work on Friday, and you’ll get home in time for dinner Saturday—refreshed and ready to Man Up for Christ!
- Man Up! 2023 Featured speaker: Dave Dravecky
- Italian buffet dinner, man-sized brunch, sundae bar
- Recreation Center use including basketball courts and The Crag rock climbing wall
- Enjoy the scenic CSU campus including the Creation Walk and fishing in the pond (bring your own gear)
About Dave Dravecky
Dave Dravecky has been speaking professionally since 1991, delivering motivational messages to a wide variety of audiences across the country. First thrust into the public spotlight when his career took off as a major league baseball pitcher, he was an All-Star pitcher for the San Diego Padres (’82–’87) and San Francisco Giants (’87–’89). Shortly after realizing this lifelong dream, Dravecky was diagnosed with cancer, a desmoid tumor, in the deltoid muscle of his pitching arm.
The next years were a whirlwind of surgery, radiation, pain and depression. Eventually, his arm was amputated to stop the spread of the cancer and save his life. Today, Dravecky shares his experiences and what he’s learned in hopes of inspiring others to find encouragement and hope, no matter what life throws at them.