About KingsMen

Superficial friendships and sofa sitting

Large groups of men are more and more passive in our Western society.

We often have difficulty dealing with the growing self-awareness of women and therefore crawl back into our own world.

We start by lounging on the sofa in front of the TV with our phone in hand and often ends in complicated addiction problems, difficult relationships, being overworked and in very superficial friendships.

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This film by Net for God tells our story of KingsMen and features testimonies from men and their wives about how the treks have changed their lives.

Mission

KingsMen is a men’s movement based on Catholic principles. We want to make us men aware of  what it means to be a man and of to take our role in life, family and society. We do so by organizing activities that “wake us up” and bring us back to the essence of being a man.

KingsMen challenges us to step out of our comfort zone.

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Jeroen Alting Von Geusau

Jeroen Alting von Geusau is married and father of a teenage daughter and two teenage sons. The family lives in Beek en Donk, The Netherlands. In daily life he works as head of sustainable development at the Belgian Railways. He is also politically active as chairman of the CDA Eduardo Frei Foundation. KingsMen means a lot to him. “By building…
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Peter van Hoof

Peter van Hoof is married and father of 4 teenage children (3 girls and 1 boy). They live near Helmond, The Netherlands. Peter is the director of the Episcopal Lent Campaign in The Hague. His wife and he are members of the Chemin Neuf community. Since 2014, KingsMen has been an important part of their life. “KingsMen for me is…
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Willem Bakkermans

Willem Bakermans (The Netherlands) is married and father of three adult children. He no longer has to work to support his family. This enabled him to join the brothers of St. John in managing the monastery in The Hague and organise boys’ camps. He’s also active with the Ark community in Gouda and on various boards. “KingsMen is the best…
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Patriek Bruins

Patriek Bruins, married and father of three boys. They live in Helmond, The Netherlands, He works at ASML as a software architect. Since 2014 he has been involved in organizing the KingsMen 24 hours. “The friends of KingsMen hold up a mirror to me time and again and challenge me to step out of my comfort zone. I also experienced…
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Rob Göring

Rob Göring (The Netherlands) is married to Esther and they have 3 adult children. We live in Lieshout. He is an international eHealth consultant and (interim) executive and coach of start-ups. He and his wife are members of the Chemin Neuf community. “I am a KingsMen of the first hour and it  changed my live drastically and it’s still a…
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Christian Stiernon

Christian Stiernon (Belgium), is married with Clotilde and father of 5 children, some of them already left home. “Kingsmen complements my engagement within the Chemin-Neuf Community and gives the support, the intellectual and physical challenge to become a ‘better’ husband, father and friend. Through the service of Christ and company of brothers. All of this in such beautiful mountains!”
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Marcel Lemmens

Marcel Lemmens is married and father of five daughters and a son. They live in the neighbourhood of Breda, The Netherlands. In daily live he is managing director and shareholder of a company in development and exploitation of real estate. K “Joining with other men in a spiritual setting brought me closer to God. I realized that vulnerability was not…
"Being vulnerable is necessary for real strength"
Marcel Lemmens