The spiritual vision of Men's Ministry is to provide men with the resources to develop Godly character and help equip them to influence their world for Jesus Christ.
Many men feel a total disconnect when it comes to church. If given a choice, spending time at church falls a distant second to spending time with friends, family, or doing just about anything else. Why is this? Well, simply put, men just don’t feel connected. A men’s ministry group has the potential to change that. Men’s ministry groups bond men by giving them an opportunity in which to share and a reason for getting together.
The mission of the Men's Ministry is to provide men with the resources to develop Godly character and help equip them to influence their world for Jesus Christ. We are required to:
√ bring men into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ;
√ unite men in Bible study, prayer, ministry, fellowship, and accountability;
√ become a supportive environment that touches the lives of the entire church family;
√ promote mentoring opportunities that lead to significant vital relationships;
√ become a magnet for service and a resource for other church ministries and missions.
WHAT WE DO
Our Purpose is to define authentic manhood. In our society, being a man is confusing. There are a number of definitions according to the world's standards. We will look at the Biblical call to be a real man as one who rejects passivity, accepts responsibility, leads courageously and invests in eternity.
We hold a monthly Men’s Prayer and Breakfast at the Church. Come out for the prayer and Biblical devotionals we study. Then join us at a local diner for a great breakfast and time of fellowship!
Click here to check the calendar for when the next event takes place.
What does it mean to be "complete in Christ" as a man?
To be complete in Christ means that we are happy in being a man! We provide for our families, fight for righteousness sake, have close male friends that encourage us and are faithful to our wife (or keeping ourselves sexually pure before marriage).
In Proverbs 27:17 we are told, "As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another." Strong men build up other strong men.