About Rewired | Men Rewired
Due to the recent and ever-changing challenges of COVID-19 or coronavirus, Oklahoma Baptists have decided it is in the best interest of everyone involved to cancel the upcoming retreats scheduled for April 17-18 (Women’s Retreat) and April 24-25 (Men’s Rewired). Registration fees will be refunded. Our team is actively working to issue each registrant a refund in a timely manner. This may take some time due to the volume of registrants. Unfortunately, we will not be able to host a live feed for these events. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience but would like to prioritize the health of all Oklahoma Baptists. More Information >

Rewired the Movement

Rewired is more than a weekend event, it is a movement.  It exists to equip the local church to reach the men of their church and community transforming them, through the Gospel, into Kingdom focused, reproducible leaders.  Rewired is a tool the local church can use to reach men for the Gospel.

Rewired is a movement taking place in the hearts of men committed to impacting their family, church, and community for Jesus Christ. What began as a small, state men’s retreat, has transformed into not only a regional and national men’s conference, but a movement that is impacting the lives of countless men in Oklahoma and around the world. We are impacting the world! Join the Rewired movement as we work together reaching and discipling men.

Please take a moment to share Rewired with other men you want to help in their relationship with God.

Rewired the Conference

The Rewired Men’s Conference is an annual event that takes place in the Arbuckle Mountains at a conference center known as Falls Creek. The focus is transforming the lives of men through a relationship with Jesus Christ. Rewired reaches men from all backgrounds and interests. These differences are what set Rewired apart from other men’s conferences around the country. It is one of the only conferences where you will see a biker, cowboy, hipster, gamer and businessman standing together in worship as the greater tribe of Christian men. The unifying force that brings these men together is threefold: First, a love for Christ and desire to be men of God who influence their world;  second, to find the right next step or direction for their relationship with God;  and third, to find and build godly friendships with other men.

Rewired the Conference is a tool the local church can use to transform men with the Gospel and create Kingdom-focused, reproducible leaders. When the conference is over, men return home. The local church can then capture the momentum and use it to impact their church, their community and the world.

Rewired the Portal

Rewired is your portal for everything related to reaching and discipling men. Take advantage of the following resources provided through the portal (www.menrewired.com):

  • Watch messages from past Rewired conferences speakers
  • View and download free men’s Bible studies created from past conferences
  • Network and connect with others through Rewired’s social media outlets (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram)
  • Purchase Advanced Men’s Ministry Training (AMMT) materials and resources
  • Learn about upcoming men’s events in your area
  • Find out information about Rewired Men’s Conference
  • Suggested reading and links to other men’s resources

The Rewired leadership team welcomes your comments. Please let us know how we can serve you as we partner with you in reaching and discipling men.


Rewired Leadership

Bubba Burcham

Men’s Ministry Consultant, BGCO

Stephen “Bubba” Burcham is a former high school math teacher and head football coach at Coweta High School.  In college, he was team captain of the 2000 OU National Championship Football Team. Currently, Bubba serves as men’s ministry director at First Baptist Church in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. During the past several years, Bubba has been on the Rewired leadership team working under Keith Burkhart to lead and develop men of God.  In May of 2018, Bubba began also serving as Men’s Ministry Consultant at the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma.   He is husband to Miranda and father to 5 (3 biological and 2 adopted) children.

e-mail: bburcham@bgco.org