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Men's Ministry

Men have a distinct calling on their lives.

That mandate is to reflect the character of God as you provide and protect both spiritually and physically for those God has entrusted to your care. Whether in the home, workplace, or church, God calls you as a man to provide leadership that points people to find their satisfaction fully in Christ.

Bravehearts

In addition to the regular stream of discipleship and teaching, our men come together on the third Wednesday of each month (September - May) to press further in to how God’s Word and calling fleshes out in all aspects of life. Come to be encouraged and challenged to fulfill God’s purposes for you as a man.

This year, we will be looking at the "one another" commands of the New Testament. When God saves people out of the world and unites them with Christ by faith, a new family is created: the church. This Spirit-empowered community is called to live distinctly from the surrounding culture in a way that both glorifies God and provides a visible glimpse to the world of the "already/not yet" kingdom ruled by Jesus. Join us as we look at the practical commands God's Word gives us for our life together, including loving one another, confessing our faults to one another, exhorting one another, and more!

Email men@5pointscc.org for more information and see the calendar for the next gathering.

Men's Bible Study

Our greatest need as men is not peak physical strength, a dizzying intellect, or reaching the next rung on the corporate ladder; it's understanding and knowing God (Jeremiah 9:23-24). In light of this, we gather together via Zoom every Tuesday morning (September - May) at 6:30am for a time of prayer, mutual encouragement, and meditation on God's Word. We are currently walking through the book of I Samuel with a focus on what God is seeking when He looks on our hearts. 

Interested in starting a men's Bible study before work, on a Saturday morning, or another time during the week? Contact Pastor JJ to talk more about coming together with other men around the Word and in prayer.