Men’s Ministry

Paul’s Letter to the Romans

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Men’s Study Group (2107) 

For I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes, to the Jew first and also to the Greek. For in it the righteousness of God is revealed from faith for faith, as it is written, “The righteous shall live by faith.” ~ Romans 1:16-17

 
Paul’s magnificent letter to the believers in Rome is our book study for 2017.
 
This year being the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, this is apt text for us to consider together.
 
We meet the first Saturday of each month at 9:30 AM at the building.
 
Our time is lead by Bauer Evans, lead pastor of Crossway Church.
 
While we call it a study, it could more aptly be called a workshop because our goal is to equip men in the handling of God’s word and communicating it to others.
 
Each time we gather, we arrive prepared to ‘show our work’ with the assigned text through the completion of a worksheet provided for us.
 
We have incorporated many helpful tools from the Charles Simeon Trust Workshop (www.simeontrust.org) in our discussion for this time as well.
 
Come join us as we consider Paul’s letter to the Romans – soli deo gloria!

 


Recent Men’s Retreat

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Gospel Shaped Mission

What Kind of Church Should We Be?
Men’s Retreat | January 13-14 2017

Retreat Summary:

Too many churches prefer to leave Christ’s mission to reach the world up to gifted individuals and church leaders. But all believers are invited into the privilege of praying and working together to make disciples that love and serve the Lord Jesus Christ. Erik will equip us from the scriptures on how to be involved in the work of making disciples and sharing Christ among our family, neighbors, and our community.

 

Hosted by Crossway Church, Godspeed Fellowship, New Covenant Christian Fellowship


Last Men’s Meeting

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Click the image above to listen to John Power’s message from our recent men’s event.

 


Men’s Ministry

These days, though, most men live without a clear sense of who they are or where they should be going. Their fathers have defined them, but that definition often came through their absence and their lack of instruction.

The first step the our journey toward manhood is admitting that a problem exists. There is a lot of confusion in our culture about what a man’s identity is. We can’t solve it ourselves; we need help.

In my own journey, I’ve discovered three things:

  • I must rely on Christ
  • I need a plan
  • I need other men too

Join us as we ‘step up’ to manhood together.