Men's Ministry

Men's Ministry
These are the men in Action!

About the Men

• Seminars on Family Life Topics
• Pastoral Support
• Church Facility Management
• User Interface

Our Goals










"Deep in his heart, every man wants to be a part of a team that does something great. Just look at the movies men adore. A team comes together to save the world, steal the money, or win the championship. The Lord of the Rings, X-Men, The Matrix, Saving Private Ryan, Oceans Eleven, Remember The Titans…feature a band of brothers who attempt the dangerous, the outrageous, the impossible. Each member of the team has a specialty and makes a vital contribution. A band of brothers. Though he may not realize it, every man longs to be a part of one” (Why Men Hate Church, D. Murrow).

Men’s groups are not about having a club or a guild (people with common interests or goals); it’s about integrating men into church. It’s about camaraderie, affirmation, personal development and spiritual growth.

According to , A significant number of churchgoing men attend out of habit, unaffected by what they hear.

Quite a few men go to church simply to keep their wives/mothers/girlfriends happy. The majority of men who attend church do nothing during the week to grow their faith. Relatively few churches are able to establish or maintain a vibrant men’s ministry.

Men are different. The common perception is men are self-reliant, don't feel, don't touch, don’t need fellowship, are too macho and are very competitive. Men see life as a puzzle. The Reach, Teach and Release strategy on the following pages is a resource center for you to build a custom designed group for the men of your church.

It is a 'some assembly required' approach to Men's Ministries. Every group will be different. But every group can be effective.