Assisting churches in men's discipleship and missions is the intention of the Men’s Ministry Department. Assisting churches is accomplished through providing resources such as: books, a podcast, articles and blog posts.
There are no “Five Easy Steps to an Effective Men’s Ministry.” There aren’t even five hard steps. It just doesn’t work that way. We explain “why” and “how” to disciple men, but we don’t specify exactly what you should do. Instead, we will help you plan your own concrete next steps according to the culture and needs of your church.
Included in the Three Book Set:
These three devotions are a great beginning point for any man wishing to be discipled. Each book also has a student companion book that Dad's and sons can walk through together.
Gain practical wisdom from Kenny Luck, Josh McDowell, David Murrow, Jim Grassi of Men's Ministry Catalyst, Brian Doyle of Iron Sharpens Iron, and many more. Collectively, contributors to this handbook have more than a thousand years of experience ministering to me.
Many men enter marriage, fatherhood, or careers with few if any male role models. Suggesting that God most often makes great men in the company of other men, Morley introduces men to 10 Bible heroes as personal mentors and shows how to apply their stories for a powerfully transformed life in God. Great for small groups!
Work up a "spiritual sweat" with this beloved bestseller and accept the challenges of godly living! Hughes offers biblical wisdom; memorable illustrations; and practical suggestions to help you grow in godliness through the disciplines of purity, friendship, devotion, prayer, worship, integrity, perseverance, leadership, giving, and more. Updated edition features fresh content and a study guide
The earthly crisis within manhood will be here until Jesus returns, but in Christ men are pointed toward the gospel as the vision for renewal. This study from the exciting new pastoral voice of Eric Mason combines theological depth with practical insights, putting men in step with a gospel-centered manhood that directs them back to God's original intent for their lives.
We surveyed hundreds of men’s leaders and pastors around the country about their ministry needs, challenges, and successes. Once we collected all the responses, two primary obstacles emerged from the rest.
Many men’s ministries have struggled over the years to gain traction and sustain growth. It’s not that men don’t mean well. It’s that men don’t have a strategy. That’s where The Man Church comes in.
In our work with churches, Man in the Mirror has noticed a trend over the last several years. We are seeing churches eliminate separate men’s and women’s ministry opportunities to focus exclusively on couples or co-ed activities.
I don’t know about you, but I will do everything within my power to put off going to the doctor. If there’s an ailment I’ll try my best to let WebMD and YouTube diagnose my problem and help me with treatment – non-drug related, of course!