F3 Texas 10 Year Anniversary

F3 Texas 10 Year Convergence

In January 2011, it started with two men who had a vision and passion to bring together and unlock men through fitness, fellowship and faith. F3 was born! This idea spread quickly and in November of the same year a shovel flag was planted in Dallas, TX. Dallas has since grown into a thriving region and was the precursor to many other successful plantings in the Lone Star State. 

We will come together on November 12 & 13 in Dallas to celebrate the first flag being planted in Texas ten years ago. Join us for fellowship, a guest speaker, community service and an epic CSAUP beatdown over these two days. Our goal is to bring together the men of F3 Texas and the nation to celebrate this historic occasion. Save the dates and get your Clown Cars ready! 

Please share with the PAX of your regions.  Let's make this the largest statewide/regionwide convergence in F3 history!

Registration, Cost & Lodging:

Cost will be $50, which includes a t-shirt and lunch on Saturday. Sign up through October 21 to be guaranteed a t-shirt. Paypal link is at the end of the registration page.

Hotel rooms can be secured for the event at Hilton Garden Inn Dallas Central Express Way (10350 N Central Expy, Dallas 75231, 214-696-3000) for $109 + tax.


Contact Oatmeal (trujil92@yahoo.com) or Jobu (jordanzech9@gmail.com) with any questions


Friday, November 12 – Second F networking and fellowship beginning at 7:00p at Flag Pole Hill pavilion (8100 Doran Cir, Dallas, TX 75238). Beverages are being provided by a local distributor with local food trucks on site for dinner options. 

Saturday November 13

07:00 – CSAUP ruck kicks off from Flag Pole Hill (8015 Doran Cir, Dallas, TX 75238).  Bring your Ruck, weighted vest or a backpack with books in it!

12:30 – Gather for lunch and speakers at Lake Highlands North United Methodist Church

13:00-15:00 – Lunch and speakers

As part of the event, we are asking all PAX to bring new clothing or toiletry items that we will donate to Homeless Veterans Services of Dallas in honor of Veterans’ Day.  Here’s a link to the organization and its wishlist: https://hvsd.org/wish-list-1