Purpose of our Ministry to Men
Our purpose is to reach out to men who need Christ, and encourage men in their walk with Christ so that they can be spiritual leaders in the home, church, and marketplace.
We carry out our purpose...
- By creating opportunities for men to reach out to unbelieving men in our community and in the marketplace with the Gospel of Jesus Christ; (Matthew 4:19)
- By encouraging men by fellowship with other men so that they are able to consistently live out their faith; (I Thessalonians 3:2-3)
- By arming men with the tools they need to grow in maturity in their relationship to God, their families, and their peers; (Ephesians 4:12-13)
- By discipling men in accountable relationships to other men for their growth in prayer and in the faith. (Proverbs 27:17)
MBC participates in an area softball league. To play on our team, you must attend one service weekly at MBC. The softball league begins in May and goes through early July. If you are interested you may contact any member of our men's ministry team through the church office. Contact person is Bill Ewing.
Annual Fall Retreat
Contact Dave McCloy for details or check the church calendar.
Man 2 Man
MAN 2 MAN is a men's connecting group that meets on the first Saturday of every month from 8 - 9:30 am for a Bible study breakfast. This is a group that is open to men outside our church family as well as our own guys. The topics studied and discussed bring us back to God's answers from the Bible. There is lively interaction, laughter, serious discussion, and life-changing perspectives adopted. See the church calendar for upcoming topics and meeting times and locations.
Growth Coaching Discipleship
Purpose: "To encourage men in their walk with Christ so that they can be spiritual leaders in the home, church, and marketplace & an effective witness for Christ in their circle of influence."
Our men's ministries foster Discipleship groups for men called "Growth Coaching." These groups meet on Saturday mornings and Tuesday evenings depending on which group you are part of. These groups focus on developing biblical leadership qualities and strategies that enable men to spiritually lead their homes and their own lives. Paul made it clear to Timothy in I Tim. 3:5 that a man must first learn to lead his own home before he leads in the church.