Men's Ministries

Men's Ministries challenges men to discover their spiritual gifts, evangelize their community, disciple and encourage one another in the faith, and develop strong parenting and relational skills.

 

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Historically and biblically, men have been essential to the fulfillment of the Church's mission and spread of the gospel. Men have served in crucial positions of leadership in all areas of ministry, clergy and lay, domestic and international.

Today men are becoming more aware to their spiritual need and God's call upon their lives. They are systematically gathering to seek God's will and counsel. Nazarene Men's Ministries is committed to touching that need with resources and support.

Nazarene Men's Ministries follows in that tradition by affirming, teaching, modeling, informing, and inspiring men of all ages and nationalities for meaningful Kingdom service.

Taken from http://www.nazarene.org/ministries/ssm/adult/men/display.aspx

The Men's Ministries (International) office can be contacted by e-mail at mensministries@nazarene.org or for local ministry, contact Pastor Leigh Straiton at pastorleigh@MeafordBethanyNazarene.com

EVENTS

Men's Breakfasts

The men enjoy regular fellowship breakfasts where they celebrate significant themes in the life of men who want to be strong and able leaders in their homes, churches and community.

Our fellowship this year will be focusing on the theme: "Does God Want Faith or Obedience?" This is a study of James's letter to the Early Church. 

Our fellowships are held monthly on the third Saturday of each month (except July, August and December), at 8:00 A.M. in 'The Upper Room' at the Georgian Bay Cafe (168 Sykes Street, North, Meaford, Ontario). See church calendar for details about dates and times.

 

Coming SaturdayMarch 15, 2014 at 8:00 A.M.

"Does God Want Faith or Obedience?"

Looking at the question: "What are Good Guidelines for Christian Speech?" based on James 3:1-12. This is an examination of the ever-practical problem of the Christian and his use of the tongue – part of the larger theme of Christian behaviour.