Men

Men's Ministry

Every man needs three things for a successful life. In his mind, he needs to know his true identity. In his heart, he needs to possess integrity. And in his body, he needs to give intensity to a cause greater than himself.

We seek to equip men to be Christ-centered, Spirit-filled leaders who put God first in everything that they do. Men’s Ministry provides a place for building community and strong relationships where men will develop a sense of purpose and a solid identity based on who God says they are.

Men's Ministry

Sports

Interested in the following activities, register to participate:

Basketball
Softball (New Players)   Softball (Returning Players)
Volleyball
3-D Archery
Flag Football

Bible Studies

Men’s Bible Studies are aimed at advancing a man’s spiritual growth. New studies begin throughout the year, so check in here to find the latest.

Bible StudyTimeLocationRoom 
Financial Peace UniversityWed. @ 6:30 pmMain Campus1025Register
Conquer Series (Feb. 1-April 26)Wed. @ 6:30 pmAdmin Building1Register

Stepping Up: A Call to Courageous Manhood

Join us this Spring, as men of all ages are challenged to step up to the call of courageous manhood! Through engaging stories, expert teaching, humorous vignettes, man-on-the-street interviews, and personal insights, this study calls every man to become courageous leaders in their own lives, marriages, churches, and communities.

SCHEDULE
March 22 – NO SERVICES – Spring Break
March 29 – Am I Stepping Up? Part Four – Men Plan ahead and Provide)
April 5 – Having a Vision for Your Marriage and Family
April 12 – Having a Vision for Your World
April 19 – Wrapping Up with Clarity
April 26 – Cookout/Celebration

Register Here

CURRENT RIVER 2-DAY FLOAT TRIP  //  June 8-10

 

Men are heading down to southeast Missouri for our 2nd Annual Float Trip. Everyone will try to get to Jadwin Campgrounds on Thursday evening and set up camp. Friday’s float trip is 12 miles down the Current River. This river affords some great trout fishing – 4 catch limit per person per day. Saturday’s float trip is 8 miles, but affords some great experiences, such as bubbling springs, waterfalls, and caves you can paddle into. Every man is responsible for his campsite fee, boat fee and hauling fee if he brings his own boat. All fees are paid through the church through the link provided below.

Download Informational Sheet

Register and pay for your camping spot, boat rental and hauling needs if you bring your own personal canoe or kayak. Deadline to register is May 28. Trip Briefing meeting will be June 4 at 8 am at The Core, C111.

Register Here